When you hear “bamboo sheets” you may picture the dense, green plant. Maybe you picture some panda bears or a tropical paradise. The point is, you likely don’t picture a soft bed. Are they really made from bamboo? Do they have a high thread count? Why are they so popular? Here is a list of the key perks of Simply Organic Bamboo sheets in case you may be curious:
- Renewable, Sustainable Resource
The viscose process turns bamboo, the grass plant, into the bamboo fabric. Bamboo can be grown as quickly as it can be replenished. It is grown without pesticides or other harmful chemicals. Buying bamboo is a good choice for the environment and future generations.
- Luxury Softness
Bamboo sheets technically have a thread count, but they are not on the same comparison scale as cotton thread counts. The softness of our 300TC bamboo sheets will beat out any high-end Egyptian cotton sheets on the market.
- Temperature Regulating
Our bamboo sheets are cool and breathable. When you sweat, they soak up the moisture and bring it to the surface where it evaporates to cool your body down. Bamboo sheets wick heat and moisture away from your body twice as fast as cotton, reducing humidity in your bed up to 50%!
- Stain Resistant
Under typical use, our bamboo sheets will hold up their stain resistance incredibly well. That means your bedding will stay looking newer longer.
Our bamboo sheets are ideal for those with allergies. Bamboo sheets resist dust mites, mold, and mildew, giving the allergy sufferer fewer symptoms such as sneezing or itching during the night.
You wouldn’t think that something so soft could survive so much use, but they do. On average, bamboo sheets typically last up to three times longer than cotton sheets.
Not all bamboo bedding is created equal. Simply Organic Bamboo's products are extra special and OEKO-TEX® certified. Crafted from the finest organic bamboo viscose and eco-friendly dyes, our bedding is not blended with anything else - unlike other brands. We guarantee you will never want to sleep on anything else!