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Almost a year ago, Spoonflower switched color printing systems for their organic cotton line. They named the new process "Brava" during the transition and eventually, a few months ago, the Brava process became the current process.
One of the claims was that the new process washes better. I had several shirts made from the old process and the fading was terrible. Even after only 2-3 dry clean washes, darks lost a lot of color. Does anyone know if the new process is more durable? I'm wondering if it's worth getting these shirts remade.
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All of the reviews online are contradictory and i have no way to make an informed decision. Im trying to find a set of sheets for me and my wife that will last for awhile.
Im a hot sleeper shes a cold, not much of a difference to me as to either percale or sateen. Was leaning towards sateen. Long staple Egyptian cotton is a must. Ive read thread count doesnt matter as long as quality is there.
Id like to stay at 300 or below, but i dont wanna sacrifice quality for price either. So please provide some clarity for me!
Hey guys, I've been digging around Reddit recently trying to find a BIFL set of bed sheets, but I've come to a crossroad.
I have a few options from thecompanystore.com's sale going on, and I can't decide which of these sheets would be more comfortable as a relatively hot sleeper, and which will last longer. I want something durable, but also something comfortable.
I've heard some say percale is rougher but good for hot sleepers, whereas sateen is softer but holds heat more, and then linen was supposedly the best of both worlds. Price isn't a problem, but I'd prefer to hover around ~$200.
I have a full size bed that I often share with a S/O.
Which do you guys recommend?