PIMA 750 Thread Cotton Sateen with 2 row Gold Cord - Pillowcase
With a 750 thread count, woven with 100% Pima cotton, we are pleased to introduce our New Pima Collection.
This product is guaranteed to please.
Pima cotton originated in Peru, and gained its name from the Pima Indians, who then helped cultivate the cotton in the United States.
Pima produces the whitest cotton in the world, and is a noble amongst many lesser seeds with an amazing lustre, almost comparable to silk.
We have used this extra long staple fabric and combined it with classic styling to offer you our Pima 750 count bed linen collection.
The duvet covers and pillow cases have a two row cord on 4 sides as illustrated, the flat sheets have the two row cord on the top hem (5cm) The fitted sheets are plain white and fit up to 33cm bed. The duvet covers have an envelope style opening with ties to secure the duvet.
Fabric weight: 180g/m2. Woven with single ply, long staple 100% Pima cotton yarn.
How To Wash Pima Cotton
Keep Your Cotton Looking Its Best
Washing Pima Cotton Bed Sheets and Linens
When it comes to washing your new items, don't turn the temperatures up too high. A cool wash of 40 degrees Celsius will keep your bedding looking its best. To stop colours from running, make sure to separate darks and lights before putting anything into the machine - and look out for rogue socks that could ruin everything!
One useful tip that you might not be aware of is to keep your Egyptian cotton away from other types of fabric. If you throw it into the washer alongside polyester, polycotton or acrylic fabrics, these fibres can cause aggravation. Your cotton could pill faster and look older after just a few washes. To avoid this, it's best to only wash cotton with cotton.
Pima cotton bedding can be tumble dried on a low setting. To keep it looking its best, take it out of the dryer right after the cycle is completed, and iron quickly, while it's still very slightly damp, before folding and putting away. You might find that your bedding lasts longer if you hang it out to dry. This is also an environmentally friendly option, and it can reduce creases, allowing you to cut down on ironing time.