Why does my mother wash the sheets before releasing them?
One of the doubts that most come to us from our customers during their online purchase is if necessary wash the new sheets before using them on primera time.
This doubt is supported by the fact that our mothers and grandmothers have historically opted to wash the sheets before releasing them, to avoid stiffness and roughness They had the sheets when we bought them a few years ago. But Things have changed, Better!
In recent years, the industry has evolved positively and the tissue of the sheets plus get washed, he does it with extra soft finishes that avoid the rigidity and roughness of the old sheets.
Our sheets of Creaciones Euromoda, Whether Manufactured 100% cotton, satin or 50% cotton and 50% polyester, in addition to a strict protocol for cleaning your fabric, they are manufactured with extra soft finishes that make it irrelevant to wash the new sheets before releasing them, since they are already washed from the factory.
Therefore, our advice is that it is not necessary to wash the new sheets before releasing them. Enjoy them from the first day! And once released, When and how to wash the sheets?
When and how to wash the sheets
After several uses, it is advisable to wash the sheets in the washing machine. According to recent studies, the recommendation is wash the sheets once a week to avoid mites, bacterial infections and eczema on the skin.
In addition to washing the sheets, at least once a week, we explain how to wash the sheets properly to extend your life with these recommendations:
• Maximum washing temperature: 40º
• The first washing should be done separately, do not mix with other clothes.
• Always wash with short spin.
• Wash with a mild detergent.
• Do not dry clean.
• Maximum ironing temperature: 150º
• Once the washing program is finished, hang the sheets and do not leave them wet in the washing machine
• Dry outdoors, if possible
And if you have some white sheets that have become yellow With the passage of time, you can also remedy them with our tips from our last post!