Forget Thread Count: This Is How to Choose the Best Bed Sheets

Can we just like this for a while? I am going to exfoliate with this one. Oooh. You can’t even see me over the pillows I am so small. Now I am doing a visual test. Even before you touch it, it looks cheap, like, the edges are uninspired. I feel like if I slept on this, I’d wake up from the sound of my skin.

I really like this one. I don’t know how many more faces have been on it, and it’s kinda creeping me out. I don’t know why I’m still holding it, cradling it like a small child. But it feels soft like if I put on pretty pajamas, I may slide out of bed. I love sleeping. It’s like my favorite thing. Sleeping is my hobby. I’d sleep on all of them. Ummmmm maybe 600. I really think thread count’s fake. 200? 75? 10,000. From like 100 to, I don’t know, maybe, 1000. I don’t think I have ever bought a pillowcase just buy itself. I don’t know what kind of sick person would go shopping just for pillowcases. I know that I buy really high thread count sheets because I’m a princess. Pillows and cats is what I’m surrounded by at night. I don’t know how much things cost in real life.


What is Egyptian cotton, and why is it so special?

Egyptian cotton is grown in the Nile River valley, a humid area that has long been considered to have the most desirable conditions and soil for growing fine cotton. There are a variety of cotton types grown in Egypt, and each is categorized by the length of the cotton fiber. The most popular varieties are extra-long staple (or ESL), long staple (or LS), and regular cotton. ELS fibers are spun into much finer, softer, and stronger yarns than the other two, making it the most desirable for providing luxurious comfort. ESL produces less lint and is less likely to pill than other varieties, and it also gets softer with every wash, which most consumers view as an added bonus. As you shop for Egyptian cotton linens, keep in mind that only a small percentage fall in the ESL category. Some linens labeled as Egyptian cotton are made of an inferior cotton strand that falls short of what most consumers think Egyptian cotton should feel like. Fortunately, when you shop with US-Mattress, you can find a wide selection of ESL Egyptian cotton linens that will provide you with soft, luxurious comfort for years to come. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to leave us a comment or give us a call at 1-800-455-1052.


Can You Guess Bed Sheet Thread Count?

– I mostly sleep naked but I don’t think we can do that on camera. (upbeat funk music) – Alright, let’s get in bed. – Well these are a little rough. – And these are a little newspapery. – I’m not really satisfied with this, it’s kind of itchy. If I have a slumber party, the person I like least would probably get these sheets. (chuckles) – I’m not a fan of these. I think these are like the 150 or whatever.

– These sheets are like a cape for Halloween. – Probably like 250. – Oh 250, that’s very specific. I’d just go with 200. – 300 thread count. – 200. – Well 200 is right but oops I didn’t realize cotton felt like this. – You win. Alright what do we got here? Ooo! – This is significantly better. – I like it. – Ooo these are better. Now I understand. – These are quite nice. – I can have sex in these sheets. – Yes. (laughs) – These are more bangable. – See to me, all sheets are bangable unless it’s a plastic tarp. – I prefer sheets with dark colors. – Yes for periods. – I like touching myself. – I’m gonna get out of bed now. – These are not Netflix and Chill sheets these are like, Sunday morning breakfast in bed, I love you sheets. You know? – I think the thread count is probably, I’m gonna guess 400. – I say 500. – These are 700. Fo sho. – Oh bloody hell we know nothing. – Killin it! – I’m so close! – Well I’m just gonna fart in here. – These seem like an executive would own these. – These are like the not classy 1% though.

This is like the Donald Trump of sheets. – They’re really thick. – Yeah. This feels like an army uniform. – Yeah I’m not a big fan of this. – Also yeah the color throws me off. I wouldn’t really want to bang in these sheets. – I like this color. – So sex rating, low. – I’m gonna say 850. – I would say 400. – Shit I don’t know, 1000? I win! – 1000 thread count. – What! The higher the thread count, the better though.

Or is it sometimes it’ll suddenly drop off and be shit again? (grunts) – Ooo! – Yes! – Yeah were getting into cotton territory. 6- It reminds me of a super hero in the night. – Jesus Christ. – Ok they’re very thin but they’re very soft. – Wiggle your toes. – This just feels very elegant and flowy. – Sex rating? – This is not, this is like a 10. – I would feel bad about banging in these risking not feeling this again. – I don’t know like 3000. – You’re gonna say 3000? I wanna say 1,200. 1800 thread count. If it’s good enough to clean camera lens, it’s good enough to rub on my body.

– I thought you were gonna say butt. – Or my butt. – I think there’s a clear winner. – Yeah. – Microfiber. – Microfiber for the win. – Shockingly enough, microfiber was the upset. It’s a cheaper sheet but yet far superior. – Definitely softer. – Yes these are my favorite. – I love that microfilm. – Microfiber. – I love that microfiber. I love it. .