First off, these are SUPER soft, especially for $XX price range. They looked awesome right out of the bag. I don't wash sheets before I put them on a bed for the first time.... (yeah, call me lazy or environmentally friendly, its anonymous, I really don't care if that cat's out of the bag....) Then I washed them, (just a week later, I'm not completely gross.) They faded. And not all even and pretty like. They faded more in one spot than in others. It seriously looks like a tie die giraffe pattern. Everywhere there was a fold in the laundry is super light. So not only is a tie die pattern, but its now has pin stripes. That being said, i'm a bit of a cheapskate (I bought $XX sheets), and they are soft, so I'll probably use them until they fall apart. However I would not purchase them again had I known better.
I was excited to find cute cheaper sheets. I washed them and put them on my bed. I would shower and notice a dye on my legs... also noticed my sheets were very faded where i laid but no where else. The dye comes right out and not even a week in the sheets look like they're 10+ years old. The only good thing is they're fairly soft....that's it!
Wow! These are as bad as everyone says. I've never beheld a cheaper item. Sheets could not be thinner. I washed first, because of all of the warnings about the dye bleeding out. Good thing, it's true! Also, large portions of the thread in the hems unfurled. These really aren't usable. For the price, one could get something far better at a discount dept store or drugstore. Why did they even make these?
Never had Microfiber sheets before, not sure I am in love with the fabric. They are nice prints. Can actually purchase the same thing at Wal-Mart for less money. Did not know that before I purchased or I would of probably purchased them at Wal-Mart. Just because of the cost and shipping. The pillow cases seem smaller than most regular/full size.