Amazon Basics 100% Cotton Soft Pillow Cases With Zip, 4 Piece, White, 80 cm L x 50 cm W

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Amazon Basics 100% Cotton Soft Pillow Cases With Zip, 4 Piece, White, 80 cm L x 50 cm W

Amazon Basics 100% Cotton Soft Pillow Cases With Zip, 4 Piece, White, 80 cm L x 50 cm W

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While finding the right pillowcase is a highly personal endeavor, it's essential to choose one that's comfortable, durable, and protects your pillow from dirt, oils, and sweat. In terms of breathability, these pillowcases are a dream, providing ample airflow to keep you comfortable. While the material initially feels cool to the touch, it eventually warmed up a moderate amount without causing you to overheat. Post-wash, these pillowcases held up relatively well, as they maintained their quality other than a few loose threads and some slight wrinkles. However, with the reinforced seams and high-quality construction, we’re confident these pillowcases will last the test of time.

We’re happy to report that over the course of six months, these pillowcases haven’t changed in terms of texture and quality. They’re just as silky and lightweight as they were upon arrival, even with consistent use. Although the thinner material isn’t the most substantial or crisp, we think these pillowcases are a great choice for warmer months, or year-round for those who tend to sleep hot. Despite some durability concerns in our lab tests, these pillowcases have held up after repeated use over the course of three months. Although the color faded a bit over time, the overall quality has remained consistent. Dorma’s quilted pillow protectors come in a pair, bagged neatly into a zippable clear plastic storage bag. The exterior fabric is made from a 230 thread count crisp, white cotton that’s soft to touch but is quite stiff and gives a noisy rustle. The interior fabric is 100 per cent polyester, with 100 per cent polyester hollowfibre sandwiched into the large quilting between the two layers. Its fairly large size will happily fit most pillows and the envelope closure on this is easy to access.

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These nifty items are basically covers that go over your pillow but under your pillowcase to improve the hygiene of your bed. Their main benefit is that they offer an additional layer of protection against wear and tear, as they can be removed and put into the washing machine alongside the rest of your bedding each week. But, depending on the fabric you choose and the treatment it’s gone through, they can also protect your pillow from sweat and drool, grease from your face and hair and even bed bugs and dust mites.

For a more budget-friendly option, the California Design Den 400 Thread Count Cotton Pillowcases offer a comfortable sleeping surface that looks and feels way more expensive than its price tag. We were immediately impressed by the quality of the pillowcases, as we observed no imperfections upon arrival. Additionally, the seams are well-done and the envelope closure keeps the pillow covered and in place. Constructed with a 400-thread count sateen weave, these pillowcases offer a medium weight, feeling sturdier and denser than other options we tested. The texture feels smooth, but not necessarily silky. Over the course of two months, these pillowcases have performed exceptionally well. We haven’t had any issues with overheating at night, despite their medium weight. What’s more, the product’s durability also continues to impress. Even after spilling hair oil on the fabric, we found it was completely removed after just one wash. While we’re generally happy with how these pillowcases have held up, we did notice they’re prone to wrinkles, especially right after laundering. Whitney Thornburg, Design Director at Coyuchi, says that when looking to buy a new pillowcase, one of the most important qualities to consider is whether or not the pillowcase's fabric and weave will mesh well with your sleeping style. "If you sleep warm, then a smooth, cool percale case will feel great," she says, "while if you sleep cold, a cozy flannel or jersey might help you feel warmer at night." After a month of use, these sheets held up well, with no pilling or imperfections evident after numerous washes. Considering the pillowcases’ buttery soft texture, eco-friendly construction, and impressive breathability, we think this pillowcase set is the best of the best and definitely worth its price tag. Material: Organic cotton | Thread count: 200 | Sizes: Standard, King | Weave: Percale | Certifications: GOTSSlumberdown’s Teflon protection pillow protector is ideal for those who want to protect their pillow from drool, sweat or anything else that might stain. The top cover is made from 100 per cent polyester that’s been treated with Teflon to make it water resistant. We poured water from a mug to test this and were pleased to see the liquid sitting on the surface of the fabric. It will feel damp to the touch when you wipe it off but the liquid doesn’t penetrate the fabric so it doesn’t actually get wet. The interior fabric is 100 per cent polypropylene, while the large quilting is filled with 100 per cent polyester. To clean, it’s machine washable at 40C on a synthetic cycle and then line dry. In addition to fiber, the fabric’s weave and thread count will also determine the texture and quality of your pillowcase.

The California Design Den Pillowcases were also moderately breathable, as the material definitely warmed us up after laying with it for five minutes. While the pillowcases weren’t overly stifling, they definitely aren’t the coolest option on this list. Post-wash, these pillowcases held up well. They maintained their texture and draped beautifully, without any stiffness or changes in quality. Considering the impressive durability and high-end construction, these pillowcases offer a ton of value at a lower cost than most. After one month of testing these pillowcases out in our own homes, we found that the quality continues to impress. The substantial fabric has performed quite well in terms of temperature regulation, as well—we’ve neither felt too cold nor overly hot when using them. In general, they’ve held up nicely, with no issues in terms of durability.

These Tradelinens pillow protectors are made from 233 thread count white cambric cotton – a dense, plain weave fabric with a smooth surface. We tested the standard size pillow protectors but they are also available in square and superking. Fresh from the bag, the single layer of 100 per cent cotton gives a soft rustle when you move it around. On one end is a zip opening where you insert your pillow. Unlike some of the other zippable casings, the fastening on this doesn’t extend right to the edge of the casing, which means a bit more wriggling when you’re putting the pillow in. There are two main styles of pillow protector. One is a single layer of fabric, just like a second pillowcase but without any decorative features, and these are suitable for most pillows. But, if you’re looking for a bit more padding, or have feather or down pillows, quilted pillow protectors will offer better comfort. The pillowcase felt very cool to the touch, providing adequate breathability and airflow. Caring for the silk pillowcase also proved to be very easy, as it’s machine washable. While the Slip Silk Pillowcase may be more expensive than other options we tested, it’s worth it for those who want to spend a little more on a product that can help keep your skin and hair healthy.

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