Softology sheets are bedsheets made from fabric that's commonly used to create athletic garments. This material was a logical choice since these sheets have been designed to release body heat instead of trapping it and to wick away moisture from the body. These sheets come in three different sizes, including twin, queen, and king, and each set has been laser-measured with the aim of a perfect fit for each mattress size. As for their shade, you'll have a choice between gray, white and beige.
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When you sleep on or under a pair of cotton sheets (or exercise in a cotton shirt), the cotton may hold onto any heat that your body generates, thereby making you hot and perhaps uncomfortable. However, since Softology sheets are made from athletic performance material that releases body heat while a person is active, the sheets will literally release your body heat as you sleep. Meanwhile, this material will also wick away any moisture that forms on your body as you sweat, instead of leaving it on your skin to potentially disturb you during the night. As a result, when you use these sheets instead of standard cotton ones, you'll be far more likely to sleep through the night comfortably and wake up in a cool, dry state. Unless you're physically unwell, there'll be no tossing and turning for hours in an atmosphere of heat and sweat.
Softology sheets come in sizes suitable for twin beds, queen-sized beds, and king-sized beds. If your bed is a double, it appears as if you'll have to obtain a queen-sized set. Each set will come with two matching pillowcases.
No matter what size you choose, you'll be able to obtain a set of these sheets in white, gray or beige. For variety's sake, or if you're getting multiple sets for different rooms, you might even want to get a set in each of the shades.
These sheets have been designed in accordance with the principles of never-crease technology. That means the bottom sheet in each set will fit smoothly around the corners of your mattress without popping off, even if you happen to move during the night. Plus, even if your sheets happen to fold as you use, clean or store them, unattractive permanent creases won't develop within the material.
Softology sheets are lightweight in comparison to cotton or flannel sheets and feel smooth to the touch, so they won't seem like a bulky, heated weight resting against your skin or pajamas. Furthermore, if you sleep with no clothes on or with minimal clothing, they won't chafe your skin like sheets with a coarser texture might.
These bedsheets are an ideal choice for couples who share a bed at night, especially if one partner often has trouble sleeping. The sheets are likely to raise that partner's comfort level, which will likely minimize the amount of tossing and turning they do and allow the other partner to sleep undisturbed. Following that, both members of the couple may wake up more refreshed—and consequently, less likely to bicker with each other—in the morning.
Since they're not bulky, these sheet sets will take up minimal storage space in the bedroom or wherever you store your sheets when they're not in use. If you're looking for a set of sheets to bring along with you on a road trip away from home, they're also an ideal choice. Unlike a bulkier set of sheets, a Softology set won't take up a whole lot of space in a suitcase or the backseat of your car. Moreover, they'll enable you to feel comfortable sleeping in almost any location (perhaps even in the car itself!).
If you've got a California King-sized bed, a set of these sheets may not fit it properly. You could try using a regular king-sized set, but even with the never-crease technology involved, the bottom sheet simply might not be big enough to stretch over your bed's corners.
Some people prefer to use dark-colored sheet sets, especially since stains from makeup, food and the like are less likely to show up on these ones than on those that come in lighter shades. You may also think that a darker-colored shade of sheets will look better with your room's decor. Unfortunately, if you've got a preference for darker shades, Softology sheets may not be the best choice for you, as they only come in white and two other pastel-like hues.
Before you wash your Softology sheets, be sure to consult their laundry care label(s). Since these sheets are made with non-traditional bedsheet material, you may have to hand-wash them or wash them on a certain type of cycle in your washing machine.
If you like to sleep with two or more pillows under your head, but you want to reap the benefits of your Softology pillowcases, be sure to place them on the top of the stack. With them on top instead of your standard cotton or flannel pillowcases, you'll be able to take advantage of their moisture-wicking, heat-releasing material and keep your head comfortable all night.
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