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Care Instructions

Unless the care instructions on the sewn-in label specifically state otherwise, sheets and towels may be safely machine-washed or professionally laundered. Cold or warm water for the wash cycle is best. Opt for a cold-water rinse. If your washing machine has the option for a second rinse cycle, use it to make sure that any excess soap is washed out. Excess soap will make your sheets and towels (and clothing, for that matter) feel scratchy. You can use popular detergents that do not contain fabric softeners, but we strongly recommend that you use about one quarter to one third of the amount of detergent recommended on the box or bottle for the size load being washed.

Do not use chlorine bleach. Chlorine bleach will strip out the color and also weakens the cotton with repeated use.

Do not use fabric softeners or detergents that have fabric softener in them. Fabric softeners chemically react with the fiber and "eat" away at the molecules, shortening the life of your textile products. Fabric softeners also inhibit the functioning of your textile product by coating the yarns with a chemical that artificially makes that fabric feel soft but prevents the yarns from absorbing moisture or "breathing" the way the fabric was designed to do.

Again unless the sewn-in label specifically states otherwise, you may tumble dry your sheets and towels. We recommend using the perma-press or low temperature setting. High heat not only may cause the fabric to shrink but it will "cook" the yarn and cause the fabric to lose it natural softness.

Do not use Dryer Sheets for the same reason stated above.

Be sure to remove sheets immediately at the end of the drying cycle and either iron while still damp using the cotton or linen setting, or simply remove from the dryer immediately and smooth while folding. This action will often have the result of leaving the sheet's appearance nice enough to not need ironing.

Some lotions, creams and soaps contain chemicals that act just like bleach with most textiles. Make sure that they thoroughly wash your hands and/or face before drying their hands after applying any cream, lotion, or make-up. You should not use dyed towels or sheets if you use creams, lotions, or soaps that contain benzoyl peroxide, Retin A, or alpha hydroxide. If you use products with benzoyl peroxide (like Clearasil and other acne medication) or alpha hydroxide or Retin A, we suggest that you buy white towels and sheets.


See what other Thomas Lee customers are saying:



"I LOVE the sheets! So far, they are performing just as you promised and are definitely the nicest sheets I have ever tried out. . . ."
JL, Florida





"I have a set of your sheets and just absolutely love them."
WS, Alaska





"I love these sheets. They are everything you advertise them to be."
DB, North Carolina





"Your sheets are truly the BEST! I have slept on them for nearly four years now, and I don't plan to ever buy any other brand! I just ordered some additional pillow cases and a whole set for my boyfriend, .... Keep making these incredible sheets...and I'll keep buying them and telling everyone about them!"
SH, Texas





"Thanks guys for the great customer service and the most awesome sheets!"
FS, Tennessee





"Hi, I just wanted to say, thanks! We received our order in record time and they are truly the finest sheets we have ever had... Thanks for living up to your own claims."
G & TK, North Carolina





"We love your towels, sheets and your response to our request for customer service. We will be buying towels and sheets exclusively from Thomas Lee from this day forward. Thanks, a very satisfied customer!!"
GR, Illinois





"I am so impressed with your excellent service. . . I love my Thomas Lee sheets and will never go anywhere else for sheets in the future."
MS, Illinois


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