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Best sheets I've had, they are soft and good quality and great price. They are deep enough for the mattress I bought from this site as well. Highly recommended....
Bianca Stripe Microfiber Twin/ Full-size Sheet Set
Look forward to climbing into your bed with this microfiber sheet set. Soft as silk, it features a tone-on-tone stripe design to give it a rich look and feel. The deep-pocket fitted sheets fully cover thick mattresses to create a smooth finish.
ITEM#: 13906476Bring the durable comfort of microfiber to your bedroom with this striped sheet set. The fitted sheet in this set features 12-inch deep pockets.
- Set includes: Flat sheet, fitted sheet, and two pillowcases (one in twin set)
- Weave: Plain
- Sheet type: Solid
- Pattern: Stripe
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 12 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Materials: microfiber polyester
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Fitted sheet: 39 inches x 75 inches
- Flat sheet: 66 inches x 96 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 54 inches x 75 inches
- Flat sheet: 81 inches x 96 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 30 inches
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|Color||Black Blue Brown Green Off-White Purple Red White|
|Type||Deep Pocket Solid|
|Pattern||Solid Color Stripe|
|Set Include||1 Piece 10 Piece 3 Piece 4 Piece|
|Tags||Comfortable Comfy Inexpensive Quality Silky Smooth Soft Softest Summer|
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Best sheets I've had, they are soft and good quality and great price. They are deep enough for the mattress I bought from this site as well. Highly recommended.Read More
IT IS OKAY. SHEET GETS SOME WRINKLE AND I DO NOT LIKE TO IRON.Read More
Needed extra sheets for our hide a bed ....these are perfect!Read More
Very nice so far. Soft and comfy. Color is nice also.Read More
Very soft and good quality. Much better than I thought these sheets would be. I washed them before putting on my bed and did not notice any shrinking or fading of color. The chocolate is darker than I expected but still looks fine in my bedroom.Read More
I have no clue what sort of beds everyone is using! I've added a 3inch mattress topper and a fitted mattress pad...and the sheets STILL FIT! They're not the softest, but definitely not bad for the price! Overstock has been wonderful with giving discounts/shipping and having it all delivered within the time span. The quality is great and if you don't like it..RETURN IT! They'll give you the shipping label. But yes, the sheets fit well and there is an elastic that is just like all my other sheets including the ones I've spent $50 plus on.Read More
The sheets are way to thin and lack elastic all the way around. The little elastic on the corners does not hold and has to be fastened down. The lack of elastic all the way around makes the sheet extremely wrinkly and uncomfortable. as when moving around causes the wrinkles to trap hand or leg.Read More
I was looking for the cheapest sheets I could get without sacrificing quality/comfort. These fit the bill! I've had them for several months now and have been satisfied with them. They look great considering I paid less that what I would pay for a starchy, scratchy set at a discount store. They don't look 600-thread, but they definitely don't look cheap, either. The dark teal was true to the color in the photo and is lovely in an understated way. The material is sort of a middle ground between combed cotton and actual microfiber, which is fine with me, but may not be the best for folks looking for that smooth microfiber-y texture. Being a blend means the sheets are light and cool enough in summer but also not too cold for winter. The fitted sheet isn't the more secure thing ever, though: I noticed that the material tends to come off at the corners if it's not completely tucked in under the mattress. Not a dealbreaker for me, but if your mattress isn't within the measurements or if you're a super restless sleeper, this might be a problem.Read More
NOT ONLY RECOMMEND BUT NEXT MONTH I AM GETTING 2 MORE! WITH THE PILLOWS I AM IN COMFORT HEAVEN!!!!! THEN RINSE WITH DOWNY AND THEN IT IS TRULY HEAVEN! LOL LOL :)Read More
I bought this set for my son's bed, and they are quite thin, perhaps more so than I anticipated, but they are good sheets for the price. Also, they feel very cool to the body when getting in them, so they are not a good choice for the wintertime. :-)Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello jglander0215, thank you for your interest in the Bianca Stripe Microfiber Twin/ Full-size Sheet Set. This sheet set does not have a thread count. Microfiber is compared by fabric weight (gsm) not by thread count. Thank you for shopping with us, and have a great day!
is this fire resistant
Thank you for your interest. No, this item is not fire resistant.Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
i do love these
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