Where does moisture wicked away by Wicked Sheets go?
Like athletic wear, Wicked Sheets pull moisture from the body. The moisture is then absorbed as it moves to the dry surface areas of the bed, keeping your mattress and comforter dry.
What’s the thread count of Wicked Sheets?
Thread count is out! Most people think the higher the thread count, the better the sheet. Not the case with Wicked Sheets. Our products are engineered using fabric knitted from one continuous loop of thread, so it doesn’t have a thread count, but their smooth and silky feel is comparable to 600-700 thread count. As a bonus, Wicked Sheets are wrinkle free. Wicked cool, huh?
What type of comforter or cover is recommended?
The best complement to the advanced performance of Wicked Sheets is a polyester or poly-nylon blend comforter or cover. We advise avoiding anything made of wool, down, fleece, and foam. Thin quilts, coverlets, or Velux covers are great because they are light-weight and allow the porous fabric of Wicked Sheets to breathe.
Are Wicked Sheets hypoallergenic?
Wicked Sheets bedding has been independently tested and certified free of harmful substances by the international OEKO-TEX® Association for Research and Testing in the Field of Textile Ecology.
What is the antimicrobial component in the wicking fabric and what does it do?
Wicked Sheets bedding is made with trace elements of copper and antimony, approved as safe antimicrobial components that inhibit the growth of microbes and bacteria produced naturally by skin, to keep your bedding smelling fresh.
How often do I have to wash my Wicked Sheets? Are there any special washing instructions?
We recommend following the FDA’s recommendation to wash bedding once a week. If you miss a wash, you can rest easy knowing that in testing for asthma & allergy certification™, Wicked Sheets bedding was found to effectively eradicate accumulated allergens by washing every four weeks. We recommend washing in cool water and drying on a low heat setting without fabric softeners, which can clog fabric pores and decrease moisture-wicking functionality over time. Wicked Sheets are wrinkle free, so they maintain a crisp and fresh appearance without ironing!
The care instructions say to wash in cool water and dry on low heat. Can I use hot water and dry on a regular heat setting to ensure sterility/cleanliness?
While we recommend using cooler temperatures due to the variability of different machines, the efficacy of Wicked Sheets has been tested at exposure to temperatures as high as 900 degrees.
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