Checkered Stripe Luxury Hotel Bed Linen 100% Cotton , 140cm × 230cm
Checkered Stripe 400TC Luxury Hotel Bed Linen Duvet Cover .
3~5starshotels, SPA, Wellness, Etc..
Place of Origin:
Minimum Order Quantity:
Each piece pack in individually polybag,
30 ~ 35 days after order with pre-productions samples well
30% deposit to start production, balance by T/T before delivery.
50, 000 pcs per month
60’s x 80’s 400TC
King, Queen, Double, Single twin size, Full size
Inch / Cm
FAQ on fabric
1. What doer yarn-count & Thread-count mean?
Yarn-count: The fineness of each yarn is what the term yarn cotton refers to -
the higher the yarn cotton, the finer the yarn. Finer yarns allow
for lighter, softer fabric.
Thread-count: the number of threads per square inch of fabric. These consist of
vertical yarns (warp) and horizontal yarns (weft) woven together.
Take 40s*40s 200TC (110*90) for example, 40s*40s is the count of
the warp & weft yarn, 200TC (110*90) is the thread count, which
consists of the 100 warp yarns and 90 weft yarns in one square inch
2. Does good quality yearns and high thread count equals to good
quality bed linen?
The answer is Yes and No. High quality yarns made from long-staple
cotton and high thread count are some of the major factors
determining the ultimate hand feel and quality of the bed linen.
But, the yarn finish and fabric finish are also very important.
3.What’s the difference between 100% cotton, 50% cotton /
50%polyester, and 100% polyester bed linens?
100% cotton means the fabric is made entirely from cotton. Cotton
breaths and is more comfortable than synthetics like Polyester. But
shrinkage and easy to crease is inevitable.
50% cotton and 50% polyester means half of the threads are made of
cotton and half are synthetic threads made of polyester. The
synthetics are added to give the material longer life as synthetics
doesn't wear out as quickly as cotton, and easy to handle with
100% polyester means the fabric is made entirely from polyester,
Due to the greater degree of elasticity than cotton yarn, which
helps hold the bed linen in shape and doesn't shrink. But, as the
fabric is “breathless”, it can be quite uncomfortable to sleep
under, especially in hot summer.
4. How about the shrinkage?
Normally our well finished 100% cotton fabric will shrink around
3-5% after the first wash and then never again. And the shrinkage
has been built into the measurements of our bed linens, so, once
washed they will be the right size to fit well.