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Sheex bedsheets are soft, lightweight, silky sheets that will keep you cool, comfortable and dry so you can sleep the whole night through and feel rested the next day. The design for these sheets originated with a former athlete and coach of elite university athletes who wanted to create bedsheets made of the same material as her athletic shorts. Due to being made of materials that are often worn by high-performance athletes, these sheets are capable of wicking moisture away from the body all night long.
The cost of Sheex is $159.00 and the shipping is FREE!
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These bedsheets will keep virtually anyone who uses them comfortable as they sleep since they'll wick moisture away from the body and allow air to circulate through the sheets and around the body. As you sleep, the sheets will pick up any natural moisture that your body creates and allow it to quickly evaporate into the air, thereby keeping you cool and dry. They can do this two times more effectively than standard cotton sheets, which tend to act as moisture traps that can make any person underneath them sweat. Meanwhile, air will circulate through the sheets nearly 50 percent more efficiently than it does when passing through cotton sheets, contributing to your ideal body temperature and your comfort.
Regardless of how large your bed is, you'll be able to get a set of Sheex that fit properly. These sheet sets come in five different sizes, including twin, full (double), queen, king / California king and split king. In each set, you'll get a flat sheet, a fitted sheet, and four pillowcases to go with them.
No matter what size of sheets you choose, you'll have a choice among four different shades, which include white, ecru, navy and graphite. You will not be able to mix and match shades within the same set.
Sheex bedsheets are more lightweight than standard cotton sheets, so when you're sleeping with them on top of you, you won't feel as if you're weighted down. Plus, they'll feel almost as light as a feather when you carry them from your laundry room to your bed. Even if you twist and turn as you sleep, they'll conform to the shape of your body, but will not permanently wrinkle.
The fitted sheet that comes with each set has stay-fit corners that have been designed to stay put securely after you slide one of them over each edge of your mattress. That means you'll never have to deal with your fitted sheet popping off in the middle of the night due to even minimal movement and interrupting your sleep.
If you get too hot or cold at night, but especially too hot, there's a good chance that you'll wake up off and on and may have difficulty getting back to sleep. Fortunately, your Sheex will help keep your body at an ideal temperature, so it's unlikely that any of this intermittent waking up will go on. Therefore, you'll get the number of hours of sleep you need, and if you sleep with a partner, you won't disturb them (and they won't disturb you!).
After your Sheex bedsheets help you get enough sleep at night, you'll naturally wake up with more energy than you would otherwise, and won't be tempted to hit the snooze button multiple times. You may find that you suddenly become more productive at work or have the energy to do physical activities that you haven't done in years. If you normally take an afternoon nap, you might be able to eliminate that altogether.
Once you've started using these bedsheets instead of standard cotton or flannel sheets, you may discover that you don't need to keep your air conditioner on or use fans at night any longer. Instead, the breathable, moisture-wicking fabric of these sheets may do the job of keeping you cool enough until morning. Less use of your air conditioner and fans that are powered by electricity will, in turn, reduce your electricity bill.
If you sweat a lot in bed, you probably find yourself washing your sheets and pillowcases super-frequently, especially if they're of a lighter shade such as white or beige. However, if you switch from your old sheets to Sheex, sweat may no longer pour off your skin throughout the night, so there'll be no yellow stains to get rid of. As a result, you won't have to clean your sheets quite as often.
Using these sheets could end up being so comfortable that you might want to stay in bed all the time, especially if you enjoy relaxing in there with your significant other. Even if you feel energetic, you may have to motivate yourself to get up, just because you're having such a good time chilling out on the luxurious, silky fabric used to create these sheets. If you put Sheex on a child's bed, you might have trouble getting them to leave the bed for school or other activities, too.
While you may not have to clean your sheets as often when you use Sheex instead of cotton ones, these silky sheets may need to be dry-cleaned, since it's not stated that they're machine washable. Another alternative to dry-cleaning would be hand-washing them, but that's generally a time-consuming task.
These sheet sets don't come in any bright shades, such as orange, hot pink, yellow or red, which could be a disadvantage, depending on who you're getting them for. A child, a teenager or someone who likes jazzy decor might prefer a bright color of sheets instead of using sheets in one of the duller colors that are currently available. It's also unfortunate that there are no Sheex sets with printed designs, such as flowers or plaid, up for grabs.
You won't be able to mix and max shades within a single set of these sheets, but if you order multiple sets in different shades, you'll be able to mix and match the pieces. If you're tired of using navy pillowcases with navy sheets, you might want to use white pillowcases with your navy fitted sheet and a graphite flat sheet, or combine your pieces in some other configuration. This mix and match option will surely come in handy if a certain piece of one set isn't clean when you need to go to bed.
Since these sheet sets are lightweight and portable, you'll be able to bring them along with you to a hotel, a cottage, a friend or relative's house, or almost any other location. If you don't, you may find yourself having an inferior sleep to the one you'd have at home. What's more, due to the wrinkle-free nature of the sheets, when you pull them out of your vehicle and put them on a new bed, you'll be able to smooth them out in seconds.
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I would never buy sheets that say I need to dry clean them or hand wash them. OMG. That is stupid that I read that about them. Also, I did not see if they had deep pockets. It May Require Dry Cleaning While you may not have to clean your sheets as often when you use Sheex instead of cotton ones, these silky sheets may need to be dry-cleaned since it's not stated that they're machine washable. Another alternative to dry-cleaning would be hand-washing them, but that's generally a time-consuming task. Claimed to fin corners. Sure OK. Sounds like a waste of money.
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Sheets are too expensive and do not whisk moisture away as they claim.
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I can't find anywhere what they are made from.
As with most high-price mass-market items, the company's claims need to be taken with a grain (or a pound) of salt! There are different stories regarding they're constructed: One possibility is that it is a knit of polyester & spandex; and the other is that it is lyocell, which is simply a type of rayon. Cellulose fiber turned to a liquid and then regenerated into the long continuous fiber. Effectively, rayon is similar to cotton fiber. But, because the fiber is continuous, it does not need to be spun into yarn before being woven into the fabric. Thus, it can be knit, rather than flat woven, which makes the fabric stretchy. The point is that the fabric is not, by the nature of its material, particularly expensive. The price of Sheex sheets (. Say, 50 times the cost of the raw fabric) is not justified. It's mostly hype and there are other fabrics, such as bamboo linen, that have better characteristics for bed sheets. Do NOT confuse the bamboo fabric with "bamboo viscose". Which is, again, a type of rayon. I am referring to natural bamboo fiber that has not been dissolved into a liquid and then regenerated into a fiber. Doing that destroys the natural characteristics of bamboo. Leaving a fiber that is identical to rayon made from wood or cotton fiber.
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