$40.90 – $42.60
Comfort Flannel massage sheets are lightweight and perfect for your table year round, providing a perfect balance between comfy and cosy. Body Linen flannel sheets are double brushed for extra softness and are made with 100% cotton making it easier to get lotion, creams, and oil stains out. These sheets will not only take the chill off and making it easier to provide a deep relaxing experience for your clients but they will last you a very long time.
Prepping your new sheets
Wash your sheets in cold water on the gentle cycle. Washing them on gentle is extremely important because this cycle uses less motion causing less friction. Add one cup of white vinegar to the rinse cycle (no detergent). Adding vinegar will allow the fiber to expand that makes them soft, helps to preserve the color keeping them from fading and looking dingy over time
*If using a front loading machine, use the extra water setting.
Tumble dry on warm or medium heat on a gentle setting or remove sheets from dryer when sheets are slightly damp. Don’t use dryer sheets, this can cause undue friction that causes the flannel to pill over time.
Available in white, natural, chocolate, grayish-blue and lilac color.
*Actual colors may vary due to the fact that every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and that everyone sees these colors differently
Wash your flannel sheets separate from other fabrics; this will preserve the softness and keep them snag free. Make sure to not over load your washer; this will cause friction between sheets and increase pilling. Use a little less than the full recommended amount of detergent, flannel sheets do not require a large amount of detergent when washing regularly. Using too much detergent will cause the fibers to deteriorate causing roughness, weakness, and even holes. Always wash your flannel sheets in cold or warm water and if possible on the gentle cycle. Add a cup of white vinegar to the rinse cycle this acts as a brightening agent and won’t break down the fabric like bleach would. Don’t mix light colors with dark colors to prevent any color bleeding and causing lighter sheets to be discolored.
Drying your sheets on a gentle heat will fluff the flannel to its premium softness. Do not dry your sheets too long and avoid dryer sheets because of the undue friction they cause, making your sheets to pill over time.
White, Natural, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac