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Posted by tammy518
Tue, Nov 29, 11 at 20:26
|Has anyone ever tried the bamboo sheets from Costco? I love the softness of Egyptian cotten sheets and have been using those for years. I tried some bamboo sheets from Bed Bath & Beyond a few years back, but they pilled like crazy after one washing, so I'm wondering if the Costco ones would do that too.|
Here is a link that might be useful: Costco Bamboo Sheets
|I had some from Target that we loved, but I haven't tried them from Costco. Costco does stand behind what they sell though. I'd give them a try.|
|Don't know about them; I have a set of the ones (name escapes me) made from beech-wood fibers, and love them. They are very satiny but not cold. Kind of velvety, too. Looked it up, they are called "Modal". |
|I just looked up the Modal ones, and overall they got a good rating, but a few people did mention pilling and ripping at seams. sombreuil, you've not had that problem?|
|I LOVE the Target bamboo sheets - was so disappointed that they stopped selling them. They are my favorite sheets and were so reasonably priced.|
|I also adore my bamboo sheets from Target. I would love to get my hands on another set just like them, and would give the Costco sheets a try if they had them in white/king, which they DON'T, darn it. So easy to return to Costco if they aren't good quality.|
|I went back to try to get another set of the bamboo sheets at Target and they were gone. I don't think they sold very well -- not sure the average Target sheet shopper knew that bamboo was a good thing. More folks have heard of bamboo cutting boards, utensils and flooring -- none of which sound like something you'd want to sleep on, but they were soft and silky. I don't normally buy linens at Target, except for jersey sheets for the boys, but those were great.|
|That's too bad that the Target bamboo sheets aren't available. They sound wonderful.|
|I also loved bamboo sheets and was disappointed that Target no longer has them. I did find some at Tuesday Morning but after looking closely, they were only 20% bamboo so be careful. Same with towels, I love bamboo towels (so soft) but you have to be careful of the % of bamboo.|
|I donï¿½t know the science behind it, and I donï¿½t care. I now use Bedvoyage sheets, duvets, couch blankets and towels. It is amazing. They are soooo soft, so comfy, and they just feel right. I've not experienced the pilling as described.|
|I live in Canada and haven't seen 100% bamboo in any stores. But found this: |
Anyone here tried these? They seem nice.
Here is a link that might be useful: Bed and Bamboo
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