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Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets
Bamboo Flat Sheets

Bamboo Flat Sheets

€49.95

Add a layer of pure softness and warmth between your skin and duvet cover. The flat sheets are entirely composed of bamboo rayon, the most delicate fabric for sleeping in.

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Color White
Size 180x290

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What are flat sheets used for?

The light weighted bamboo top sheet completes your bedding set, prettifies your room, and makes your bed more welcoming at bedtime.

Thanks to bamboo's excellent temperature control properties, this flat sheet is a perfect extra for the summer and those who live in a warmer climate. On the one hand, it maintains your bed warm and cosy while keeping you away from nights sweats. On the other hand, it offers you an additional layer of softness between your skin and your duvet cover.

The Bambaw Flat sheets

Properties and sizes of the bamboo flat sheets

The bamboo bedding is made entirely of bamboo rayon 300TC.

Our bamboo flat sheets are available in eight colours and three sizes to fit all types of beds and needs, from single, double to king size. Please note all the flat sheets also have a 10 cm hemstitching:

  • Single - 180 x 290 cm
  • Double - 240 x 300 cm
  • European King - 270 x 300 cm

Feel the unexampled softness of bamboo flat sheets

Our bamboo flat sheets are ultra-soft and guarantee a royal sleep. Soft bedding is regularly made from fabrics with a high thread count (TC), the number of threads in a square inch of fabric. However, this is not always the case. Because of bamboo's threads' unique structure and content, its fibre is inherently very soft, even with a low thread count.

A cotton thread count of 400 or 1000, for example, will feel like a bamboo rayon thread count of 250 or 350. As bamboo yarns are finer and considerably softer than cotton yarns; there is a massive difference in TC and comfort between the two. For example, a bamboo fabric with a TC of 300 will be significantly softer than the best Egyptian cotton.

Hypoallergenic and antibacterial properties of your flat sheets

Did you know that our mattresses are veritable nests of bacteria? Every night, we shed dead skin cells, creating an ideal habitat for germs to grow and dust mites to spread. If you don't have allergies, this is not particularly dangerous. However, if you do, you may experience symptoms such as a runny nose, irritated eyes, itching and even eczema.

But thanks to its smooth, round, and breathable yarn structure, bamboo rayon not only prevent any skin irritation, ideal against eczema and skin problems, but it also creates an inhabitable environment for bacteria, germs, and dust mites.

Sleeping in bamboo bedding is a natural solution to help you fight dust mites, allergies, and eczema.

Excellent temperature control

Bamboo fibre is known for its high heat absorption capacity. It will keep your bed at an ideal temperature all year round, summer and winter.

When your body sweats or overheats during the night, it often results in soaked clothes and bedding, dry skin and, above all, restless sleep. But thanks to the breathability of bamboo fibre, your body does not overheat. Unlike cotton, bamboo not only absorbs but also helps evaporate moisture, keeping your body at the ideal temperature and your skin and hair moisturised.

Did you know bamboo flat sheets are great for your skin and hair?

Silk is most often considered the best material for skin and hair, but did you know that bamboo fabric has the same properties? It helps you take care of your hair. Unlike cotton, for example, bamboo does not damage the hair due to its smooth yarn structure and low thread count. It, therefore, prevents frizz and reduces split ends, leaving your hair shiny.

What’s in the Box?

  • 1 flat sheet made of 100% bamboo rayon 300 TC.

The Bambaw Bedsheet Bundle

The new vegan silk is bamboo fibre. It is so soft that it elevates bamboo bed linen to the luxury seen in the most renowned hotels. The Bambaw bamboo bedding set includes duvet covers, fitted sheets, pillowcases, and flat sheets. A more environmentally friendly alternative to embellish your bedroom and enjoy more restful nights.

Cotton, especially monoculture cotton, takes a lot of water and chemicals to thrive. According to the WWF, it takes around 15,000 litres of water to produce one kilogram of cotton. In comparison, one kilogram of bamboo requires only 2,150 litres of water.

These cotton monocultures account for 2.5% of the world's agricultural area and require the use of between 16% and 25% of insecticides. These pesticides, fertilisers, and other harmful compounds affect workers' health and degrade the soil. Every year, the earth gets more sterile, necessitating more hazardous fertilisers, creating a vicious spiral.

Cotton is frequently mixed with plastic, polyester for softness and resistance. At the same time, the bamboo rayon is 100% natural, soft and is a resistant material.

Eco-friendly options exist

Sheets manufactured from organic yields or other eco-friendly materials - such as bamboo or eucalyptus - are available. It is thus possible to sleep like a baby while minimising your environmental effect.

bambaw-bamboo-pillow-cases-composition

100% bamboo rayon

The flat sheets are composed entirely of bamboo rayon. Bamboo rayon is a natural and renewable resource derived from bamboo stems. The flat sheets are Oeko-tex standard 100 certified, indicating the production of the bamboo is hazardous chemical-free.

These flat sheets have a thread count of 300. Keep in mind that the thread counts of bamboo and cotton are not similar because the number of TCs changes depending on the form and structure of the fibre. Bamboo fibres are naturally finer than cotton fibres. A 300 TC bamboo fibre will be softer than the softest 800 TC cotton fibre.

Is a flat sheet mandatory?

No, the flat sheet is not mandatory. It’s a perfect add-on for extra warmth during cold nights and allows you to, in the opposite situation, to dispose of your duvet cover and have a soft blanket to keep cool.

How often should I clean my flat sheet?

We advise cleaning the flat bed sheet at least once per week at 30°C with a gentle cycle. Find more information on your digital user manual.

What size to choose for my single, double, or king-size bed?

The flat sheets should cover the whole bed. You will find here below a table of the preferred size according to your bed size:

  • Single bed sized 90 x 190cm = 180 x 290 cm flat sheet
  • Double bed sized 140 x 190 cm = 240 x 300 cm flat sheet
  • European King size bed sized 160 x 200 = 270 x 300 cm flat sheet
What dyes and techniques are used to colour the bamboo rayon?

The bamboo fabric is dyed with reactive dyes, a series of brightly coloured organic compounds. Reactive dyes are environmentally friendly because they do not contain heavy metals or other toxic substances and do not require mordants. They "react" with the bamboo fibres, resulting in more intense and durable colour.

Reactive dyes create a chemical bond between the dye molecule and the bamboo fibre. As a result, the pigment becomes an integral part of the bamboo fibre. It is much less likely to be washed away than dyes that adhere thanks to adsorption.

Does the Bambaw flat sheet have decorative hemstitching?

Yes. Bambaw's flat sheets all have a 10 cm hemstitch.

What is the difference between a fitted sheet and a flat sheet?

The fitted sheet is helpful to protect your mattress. It has corners, or elastics, to fit and hold correctly to your mattress. Using a fitted sheet allows you to clean only the fitted and not the bed itself, which you may find a lot more complicated.

On the other hand, the flat sheet is purely decorative. It simply adds a layer of softness between your skin and your duvet cover. The flat sheet does not have corners which makes it easier to clean and iron. Overall, it makes your bed looks cosier and guarantees an excellent sleeping experience.

How to keep my flat sheet tucked in?

It is indeed possible to tuck a flat sheet securely on the bed. The easiest way to ensure your flat bamboo sheet remains in place throughout the whole night is to create the right fold under and on the sides of your bed. We suggest you have a look at tutorials online to see how it’s done.

Otherwise, here is a step-by-step explanation:

    1. First, place your fitted sheet on your mattress.
    2. Then drape your flat sheet over your bed, the 10 cm hemstitching facing towards where your head would lean, and then spread out all three sides (two from the sides of the bed and one at the feet), so they are hanging evenly.
    3. Tuck in the sheet for about 10-15 cm to the foot of your bed if possible.
    4. Then go around one corner, grab the part of the flat sheet that hasn't been tucked in yet, and fold it back on the top of your mattress by creating an angle of 45°.
    5. Take the part of the flat sheet still hanging on the side and tuck it under the mattress. Then simply grab the top corner of the 45° angle you created on the top of your bed and bring it back towards the ground. Create a smooth line by helping yourself with your other hand. Tuck it under the mattress.
    6. Continue to tuck in the rest of the side of the bed you have made the angle on. Then move to the next corner and repeat the same steps.
    7. Enjoy your freshly made bed 😊.
What are the washing instructions for bamboo bed sheets?

Wash your bamboo bed linens at 30 degrees Celsius and avoid using fabric softener. It would be best not to bleach them since it may harm the fibre; instead, use baking soda. It is best to hang the linens to dry. Iron them in a medium setting. Find more tips and tricks via the digital user manual.

Description

What are flat sheets used for?

The light weighted bamboo top sheet completes your bedding set, prettifies your room, and makes your bed more welcoming at bedtime.

Thanks to bamboo's excellent temperature control properties, this flat sheet is a perfect extra for the summer and those who live in a warmer climate. On the one hand, it maintains your bed warm and cosy while keeping you away from nights sweats. On the other hand, it offers you an additional layer of softness between your skin and your duvet cover.

The Bambaw Flat sheets

Properties and sizes of the bamboo flat sheets

The bamboo bedding is made entirely of bamboo rayon 300TC.

Our bamboo flat sheets are available in eight colours and three sizes to fit all types of beds and needs, from single, double to king size. Please note all the flat sheets also have a 10 cm hemstitching:

  • Single - 180 x 290 cm
  • Double - 240 x 300 cm
  • European King - 270 x 300 cm

Feel the unexampled softness of bamboo flat sheets

Our bamboo flat sheets are ultra-soft and guarantee a royal sleep. Soft bedding is regularly made from fabrics with a high thread count (TC), the number of threads in a square inch of fabric. However, this is not always the case. Because of bamboo's threads' unique structure and content, its fibre is inherently very soft, even with a low thread count.

A cotton thread count of 400 or 1000, for example, will feel like a bamboo rayon thread count of 250 or 350. As bamboo yarns are finer and considerably softer than cotton yarns; there is a massive difference in TC and comfort between the two. For example, a bamboo fabric with a TC of 300 will be significantly softer than the best Egyptian cotton.

Hypoallergenic and antibacterial properties of your flat sheets

Did you know that our mattresses are veritable nests of bacteria? Every night, we shed dead skin cells, creating an ideal habitat for germs to grow and dust mites to spread. If you don't have allergies, this is not particularly dangerous. However, if you do, you may experience symptoms such as a runny nose, irritated eyes, itching and even eczema.

But thanks to its smooth, round, and breathable yarn structure, bamboo rayon not only prevent any skin irritation, ideal against eczema and skin problems, but it also creates an inhabitable environment for bacteria, germs, and dust mites.

Sleeping in bamboo bedding is a natural solution to help you fight dust mites, allergies, and eczema.

Excellent temperature control

Bamboo fibre is known for its high heat absorption capacity. It will keep your bed at an ideal temperature all year round, summer and winter.

When your body sweats or overheats during the night, it often results in soaked clothes and bedding, dry skin and, above all, restless sleep. But thanks to the breathability of bamboo fibre, your body does not overheat. Unlike cotton, bamboo not only absorbs but also helps evaporate moisture, keeping your body at the ideal temperature and your skin and hair moisturised.

Did you know bamboo flat sheets are great for your skin and hair?

Silk is most often considered the best material for skin and hair, but did you know that bamboo fabric has the same properties? It helps you take care of your hair. Unlike cotton, for example, bamboo does not damage the hair due to its smooth yarn structure and low thread count. It, therefore, prevents frizz and reduces split ends, leaving your hair shiny.

What’s in the Box?

  • 1 flat sheet made of 100% bamboo rayon 300 TC.

The Bambaw Bedsheet Bundle

The new vegan silk is bamboo fibre. It is so soft that it elevates bamboo bed linen to the luxury seen in the most renowned hotels. The Bambaw bamboo bedding set includes duvet covers, fitted sheets, pillowcases, and flat sheets. A more environmentally friendly alternative to embellish your bedroom and enjoy more restful nights.

Zero Waste Impact

Cotton, especially monoculture cotton, takes a lot of water and chemicals to thrive. According to the WWF, it takes around 15,000 litres of water to produce one kilogram of cotton. In comparison, one kilogram of bamboo requires only 2,150 litres of water.

These cotton monocultures account for 2.5% of the world's agricultural area and require the use of between 16% and 25% of insecticides. These pesticides, fertilisers, and other harmful compounds affect workers' health and degrade the soil. Every year, the earth gets more sterile, necessitating more hazardous fertilisers, creating a vicious spiral.

Cotton is frequently mixed with plastic, polyester for softness and resistance. At the same time, the bamboo rayon is 100% natural, soft and is a resistant material.

Eco-friendly options exist

Sheets manufactured from organic yields or other eco-friendly materials - such as bamboo or eucalyptus - are available. It is thus possible to sleep like a baby while minimising your environmental effect.

Composition

bambaw-bamboo-pillow-cases-composition

100% bamboo rayon

The flat sheets are composed entirely of bamboo rayon. Bamboo rayon is a natural and renewable resource derived from bamboo stems. The flat sheets are Oeko-tex standard 100 certified, indicating the production of the bamboo is hazardous chemical-free.

These flat sheets have a thread count of 300. Keep in mind that the thread counts of bamboo and cotton are not similar because the number of TCs changes depending on the form and structure of the fibre. Bamboo fibres are naturally finer than cotton fibres. A 300 TC bamboo fibre will be softer than the softest 800 TC cotton fibre.

FAQ

Is a flat sheet mandatory?

No, the flat sheet is not mandatory. It’s a perfect add-on for extra warmth during cold nights and allows you to, in the opposite situation, to dispose of your duvet cover and have a soft blanket to keep cool.

How often should I clean my flat sheet?

We advise cleaning the flat bed sheet at least once per week at 30°C with a gentle cycle. Find more information on your digital user manual.

What size to choose for my single, double, or king-size bed?

The flat sheets should cover the whole bed. You will find here below a table of the preferred size according to your bed size:

  • Single bed sized 90 x 190cm = 180 x 290 cm flat sheet
  • Double bed sized 140 x 190 cm = 240 x 300 cm flat sheet
  • European King size bed sized 160 x 200 = 270 x 300 cm flat sheet
What dyes and techniques are used to colour the bamboo rayon?

The bamboo fabric is dyed with reactive dyes, a series of brightly coloured organic compounds. Reactive dyes are environmentally friendly because they do not contain heavy metals or other toxic substances and do not require mordants. They "react" with the bamboo fibres, resulting in more intense and durable colour.

Reactive dyes create a chemical bond between the dye molecule and the bamboo fibre. As a result, the pigment becomes an integral part of the bamboo fibre. It is much less likely to be washed away than dyes that adhere thanks to adsorption.

Does the Bambaw flat sheet have decorative hemstitching?

Yes. Bambaw's flat sheets all have a 10 cm hemstitch.

What is the difference between a fitted sheet and a flat sheet?

The fitted sheet is helpful to protect your mattress. It has corners, or elastics, to fit and hold correctly to your mattress. Using a fitted sheet allows you to clean only the fitted and not the bed itself, which you may find a lot more complicated.

On the other hand, the flat sheet is purely decorative. It simply adds a layer of softness between your skin and your duvet cover. The flat sheet does not have corners which makes it easier to clean and iron. Overall, it makes your bed looks cosier and guarantees an excellent sleeping experience.

How to keep my flat sheet tucked in?

It is indeed possible to tuck a flat sheet securely on the bed. The easiest way to ensure your flat bamboo sheet remains in place throughout the whole night is to create the right fold under and on the sides of your bed. We suggest you have a look at tutorials online to see how it’s done.

Otherwise, here is a step-by-step explanation:

    1. First, place your fitted sheet on your mattress.
    2. Then drape your flat sheet over your bed, the 10 cm hemstitching facing towards where your head would lean, and then spread out all three sides (two from the sides of the bed and one at the feet), so they are hanging evenly.
    3. Tuck in the sheet for about 10-15 cm to the foot of your bed if possible.
    4. Then go around one corner, grab the part of the flat sheet that hasn't been tucked in yet, and fold it back on the top of your mattress by creating an angle of 45°.
    5. Take the part of the flat sheet still hanging on the side and tuck it under the mattress. Then simply grab the top corner of the 45° angle you created on the top of your bed and bring it back towards the ground. Create a smooth line by helping yourself with your other hand. Tuck it under the mattress.
    6. Continue to tuck in the rest of the side of the bed you have made the angle on. Then move to the next corner and repeat the same steps.
    7. Enjoy your freshly made bed 😊.
What are the washing instructions for bamboo bed sheets?

Wash your bamboo bed linens at 30 degrees Celsius and avoid using fabric softener. It would be best not to bleach them since it may harm the fibre; instead, use baking soda. It is best to hang the linens to dry. Iron them in a medium setting. Find more tips and tricks via the digital user manual.