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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Whether the organization in need is a hotel, a shelter, a foster home or care facility, every knows that pillowcases are important. They may seem small and unimportant, but for someone who is going to be resting their head on them, they are quite an essential detail! The truth is that a pillowcase implies comfort and care. Sleeping without one on a bare pillow can be irritating and just one more reminder that this bed is not home. When looking to supply pillowcases for a certain space, keep a few things in mind.

First, remember that bulk pillowcases are key. When purchased in bulk, pillowcases do not need to be more than two dollars, if that. This is significantly less than they would be if they were purchased individually, and this typically comes at no cost to utility or appearance at all. For many people, a plain pillowcase is just fine, and when a pillowcase is offered, it is a source of immediate comfort.

When considering a large order of pillowcases, simply remember the size. It does no one any good to have a large number of pillowcases that are too large or small for the pillows in question after all! Measure one of the pillows to ensure what size is called for and purchase accordingly.

It is also worth looking to see what the pillowcases are made of. While polyester pillowcases will last a little better, cotton pillowcases are by far the best option. If a large number of pillowcases can be kept in rotation, they are also going to wear much less quickly.

One of the real advantages of purchasing bulk pillowcases is the fact that they are all uniform. They can be washed in large loads, they are generally interchangeable, and they are an excellent way to unify the appearance of the rooms where they are going to be installed.

Consider the type of pillowcases that are necessary to make an organization run smoothly, and remember to purchase the right number. This can save on a lot of trouble later on, when the facility is in full swing. 

by: Palmetto Linen