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Woodbridge Twin XL 3-piece Sheet Set
Soft and cozy, this Woodbridge twin xl microfiber sheet set offers exceptional comfort, especially when weather turns colder. Available in several popular colors, this set includes a fully elasticized fitted sheet, a flat sheet, and a pillowcase.
ITEM#: 14268452The Woodbridge 3-Piece Sheet Set is soft as well as durable. This solid-patterned set has a convenient fully elasticized 14-inch depth fitted sheet.
The perfect ensemble to add to your bedroom comes as this sheet set from Woodbridge. Included in the set are a fitted sheet, flat sheet and pillowcase made from 100-percent polyester microfiber. The woven fabric comes in navy, khaki, red and white to complement almost any decor. Washing these sheets in cold water helps maintain longevity.
- Set includes: Fitted sheet, flat sheet, standard pillowcase
- Weave: 100-percent polyester microfiber
- Sheet type: Solid,
- Fabric detail: Woven
- Pattern: Solid
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 14 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color options: Navy, khaki, red, white
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Machine wash cold
- Flat sheet: 66 inches wide x 102 inches long
- Fitted sheet: 39 inches wide x 80 inches long
- Standard pillowcase: 21 inches wide x 32 inches long
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|Color||Blue Red Tan White|
|Set Include||3 Piece|
|Tags||Colorful Comfortable Cozy Inexpensive Quality Silky Soft|
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I liked the sheets. They were the kind of fabric I like for sheets.Read More
Bought these for my daughter going away to college. I washed them, and they're really soft. My daughter loves the color and the softness.Read More
My grandson took the sheets to college with him and they actually fit his mattress. He is 6'10 and the mattress is extra long too. I sure i'll purchase more of these sheets in the future.Read More
This was the second set which I've purchased. These sheets are a very good quality microfiber with a silk like hand and slight sheen. We use them on a day bed which gets lots of use both for sitting and sleeping. They have proved durable. In addition the deep color has not faded or disolored.Read More
Quality as expected for the price. No more, no less. Happy with the purchase.Read More
Like the material and the color but not happy with the fitting of the sheets, they will not stay on the mattress. Not happy with this product at all.Read More
If you like very thin, see through sheets, this is for you. They have a nice feel to them but are so thin that the pillowcase ripped at the seams the first time I used it. Also, they do not fit snug on the mattress. I was disappointed.Read More
It is so hard to find Twin XL sheets ANYWHERE, so we're pleased as punch to snag these!Read More
I have never seen sheets that you literally can see through. Only time will tell how long they will last.Read More
Well, I guess I didn't read the fine print on this one. I thought they were cotton sheets. They are not - and they are very thin. However, I purchased them for a guest bed, so they will work o.k. The color is nice.Read More
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We''re sorry, but microfiber material is not measured by thread-count.
Where are these sheet made?
The material of these sheets is 100-percent polyester microfiber.
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