The question of how often to wash linen sheets will perhaps by something on your mind from time to time. Here we will answer this question for you. If you are someone who has ultra-hygiene requirements, by all means wash your bedding every day. If this is not possible because you actually have other things to do with your life other than just do laundry, you should wash your bedding at least every one or two weeks at most. Sweat, saliva, skin cells, dust particles, and a whole lot more, cause odours and stains, and turn your bed into a unhealthy melting pot of bacteria, allergens ad perhaps even fungi. Pretty disgusting we’re sure you’ll agree.
If you’re doing a house clear out there are many things you’re likely to want to offload as part of the process. If bed linen happens to be one of them there are a few options available to you, some better than others. Not the most environmentally friendly of options and not something we would recommend but you could simply dump them. The better option of course is to deposit them at a recycling bank. Or to donate them to your local animal shelter, they’re likely to accept only bed linen, sheets, blankets and towels.
We’ve all been there, we’ve all experienced a bad night’s sleep. To the point where you wake up in the morning feeling like you haven’t sleep at all. It could have been prompted by any one of a number of things. Maybe you had a really busy day, maybe you’ve things on your mind, maybe you’re stressed, or maybe you had too much sleep the night before. Whatever the reason, the result is you feel awful the next day and you wonder how you’re going to make it through to the next night.
It is common thought that specialist care is required for linen bedding or any linen fabric. Well my friends, this is absolutely not true. Linen is a very, we mean very, low maintenance material. Despite misconceptions linen does not need to be dry cleaned or any such thing. Linen has been round for thousands of years, long before bringing your linen bedding to the dry cleaners was an option, and long before fancy high-end washing machines existed. Linen is dead simple to care for, but don’t worry, if you’re not sure how to we’re here to help.
Waking up in the morning with perfect hair is the stuff of dreams. Especially if you’re bald. But seriously, as you toss and turn during the night understandably it can have an effect on our hair, the all too common frizzy bedhead is what usually greets us in the morning. Believe it or not your choice of pillowcase can have an effect on just how bad that bedhead gets. So is it that pillowcases of one material are better than another when it comes to hair care, and specifically are linen pillowcases good for your hair and its health? Well let’s find out!