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Portuguese Cotton Sheet Set

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Portuguese cotton is the epitome of quality and luxury around the world. Set includes flat sheet, fitted sheet with all-around elastic (fits mattresses up to 16" d) and 2 standard pillowcases (2 king-sized with king). Machine wash. Made in Portugal.
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Portuguese Cotton Sheet Set is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Fit! Love these sheets! They actually fit on my large king-size mattress and do not come off! They feel great and fit perfectly! Highly recommend!
Date published: 2022-09-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rough I noticed the 100% cotton tag as. however, the sheeets are thin , somewhat see through,(like linen)rough and do wrinkle coming out of the dryer. I never dry my clothes or anything on a high heat. I prefer e lightly drying pulling my clothes out. I'm praying that the sheet's will get softer over time. I'll be back to update later
Date published: 2022-08-23
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Are these sheets 100% cotton.? Or a blend. If so what is the thread count?

Asked by: Lauren5
HI Lauren, These sheets are 100% cotton with a 150 thread count. Thanks for reaching out!
Answered by: Cindy
Date published: 2022-08-29

What is the thread count on these sheets please and are they pure cotton or a blend?

Asked by: Lady L
They are 100% cotton. I just received mine and washed them. They are rough, somewhat see through. I don't know if they will get softer over time or not. They do wrinkle coming out of the dryer. I never use high heat when drying nor do I dry anything that I call fried. I leave a bit of moisture in the fabrics. But, to be fair, I have had 1,000 count thread count that has done the same thing. I'm going to try them out for a week, wash and dry again to see if they will get softer. They actually feel more like linen. I will update my review next week. I remember my grandma's sheets that were so soft that I only wish I could find. Microfiber sheets are soft but over time, they pill and are useless to me. I make sheet, blanket's and old bedspread, cut and sew them to kennel size blankets and such for the SPCA AND other shelters in the area. I'll keep you updated
Answered by: Ms Majors
Date published: 2022-08-24
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