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1. 100% Cotton Percale 400 Thread Count

Thread count is the number of threads woven together in a square inch of fabric. As the thread count rises, the fabric becomes softer, denser and warmer. Bored yet or shall I continue…

A higher thread count does not necessarily mean a higher quality sheet.

Thread counts advertised in excess of 600 are often misrepresented by manufacturers in order to trick customers. They count not just each thread, but each ply spun together within each thread. As multi-ply construction is often used to strengthen lower-grade cotton, a super high thread count can actually indicate the presence of a lower-quality sheet. Blah Blah Blah, not sure if you got all that Guys, but don't sweat it. This is why Pillow Guy was created so you can sit back, relax and leave all the bedding jargon to us. We created the best bedding just for you and you can Try risk free for 30 days plus Free Shipping!

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2. Certified Oeko Tex® Standard 100

Pillow Guy says never TEX and Drive but when you manufacture bedding only source from an OEKO TEX CERTIFIED facility (see what I did there) You can feel safe knowing that the bedding you are buying from Pillow Guy was all manufactured in a OEKO TEX CERTIFIED facility. OK GREAT! But what does that even mean… Well to attain Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification, the fabric has been tested and certified to be free from harmful levels of more than 100 substances known to be harmful to human health. Boom! With Pillow Guy you sleep comfortable and safe.

3. Percale Weave

Pillow Guy would like to introduce you to the younger, “cooler” cousin to Sateen… PERCALE. Percale is a plain (not boring)-weave fabric, meaning that the warp and the weft threads cross over and under each other one at a time. A Percale weave has a crisp, cool feel with a matte finish. Typically it breathes and has a lighter, airier feeling. The reality is that when you think luxury 5-star hotel sheets, think Pillow Guy Cool & Crisp Bedding.

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4. Single Ply Long Staple Cotton

We exclusively use single-ply yarn because it produces the finest, strongest threads. It can only be spun from long-staple cotton, and results in light, soft, yet extremely long-lasting sheets. Multi-ply yarns are garbage and we don't sell garbage, we sell the best, most comfortable, stylish, simple and yet sophisticated bedding!

5. Natural Fibers

Pillow Guy Chose to use natural fibers only. Natural fibers are good for you and good for the environment. They are a sustainable resource and they can be used without depleting or damaging the environment. Natural fibers ‘breathe’, keeping you comfortable in hot weather by absorbing perspiration and releasing it into the air. And lastly, our sheets are not treated with chemicals that cause allergic reactions.

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6. Breathabe

No guy or girl for that matter wants to sweat at night, it’s wet and not fun. Therefore, we choose a breathable fabric which allows for maximum airflow.. Plus it wouldn’t be nice not to allow your sheets to breath; it may even be illegal in some states. Pillow Guy = Breathable sheets.