Thursday, May 8, 2014
Warmth and Softness
The outer layer, or shell, of a microfiber comforter is butter-soft and feels almost like chamois. This softness is perfect for those with sensitive skin, as there is no abrasive aspect to it whatsoever. Microfiber is also great for anyone who likes soft, light bedding. Those with sensory processing disorders, psoriasis or other conditions that make heavy bedding a bad choice will love microfiber for its soft support and feel. Comforters are sold in a variety of thicknesses for different climates, meaning that people from around the country can enjoy microfiber without being cold or sweating under an inappropriate thickness.
Durable and Easy to Launder
Chenille will pill and shed, wool will shrink and cotton can fade and stretch, but microfiber is surprisingly easy to care for. Wash and dry it on the gentle cycle and toss it back on the bed. It's that simple. If laundered in this manner, a microfiber comforter will still look great after five years!
Wide Availability of Sizes and Colors
From a single bed up to a California King, microfiber is available in all sizes due to its wild popularity and versatility. Matching pillowcases, shams and dust ruffles also come in a huge variety of colors and patterns to suit every taste and interior decorating plan.
Microfiber is a great choice for a gift, whether it's for a wedding, birthday or other happy event. Bedding of this kind is durable, available in all sizes and colors, soft, warm and comforting. You can't go wrong, and your loved one will appreciate your gift for years to come.
by: Palmetto Linen