100% Bamboo ~ GUARANTEED!
Get the TRUE BAMBOO sleep experience.
Our bamboo fabric is made of 100% high quality bamboo fibers. Many
other bedding and department stores offer Bamboo/Cotton blend bed sheets such as 70/30 or 60/40 blends. This will not give you the true organic softness of 100% bamboo. The natural softness of bamboo is in part due to the fact that it is chemical free, cotton is grown with many
types of harmful fertilizers and pesticides, unlike bamboo which is grown completely
organic. So to truly experience a bamboo sleep, it must be 100% bamboo.
We offer our customers a high-quality bedding at fraction of what it sells for in the Dept. stores. -- from 50% - 80% off retail!
We are supplied by one of the largest bed & bath manufacturers in the country.
Because of this, DreamWeave is able to offer Luxury high end bamboo linens at near
wholesale prices. Luxury 100% bamboo sheets, bamboo towels, and bamboo duvet covers at
a low price, coupled with outstanding customer service is what we are all about.
We're certain you will love our products, and we stand by the quality of our products and offer a 30 day return and exchange policy, protecting against manufacturer defects. See our official return policy, for terms and conditions.
Bamboo ~ There is No Comparison...Get the Very Best in Bedding Comfort
Bamboo textiles are very smooth, bamboo textiles have a natural sheen to the surface and they really do feel like silk or cashmere. Bamboo yarn by nature is much finer than cotton yarn, we use the finest bamboo yarn which gives our product a very super light feeling and an incredibly ultra soft feel, our bamboo fabric is 400 thread count construction--equal to about 1000 thread count fine cotton. Fabric technicians have worked many years to achieve this ground breaking feat in the textile industry.
Therefore "thread counts" are not the way to compare bamboo to other bedding fibers. The comfort and feel of bamboo sheets is beyond compare. Often compared to the softness and suppleness of fine silk and cashmere, bamboo fiber is almost impossible to describe. But we can honestly say once you've slept on bamboo bliss, chances are you'll never want to sleep on any other sheet again.
Amazing Thermal Regulating Fabric--Not TOO Hot. Not TOO Cold. Just RIGHT.
Bamboo fabric can adjust to your body temperature. It has millions of micro gaps in the fiber making it one the fasting wicking fabrics available, those millions of micro gaps make our bamboo sheets much more breathable than any fine cotton sheet. This means you will stay cooler and more comfortable in the summer and the fabric warm you faster in the winter. However, you don't have to worry about overheating, because these micro gaps allow more air to flow between the fabric and your skin.
Many customers tell us that until trying bamboo bliss they would throw off their top sheet when they slept because it made them too hot. With our bamboo bed sheets you will not want to sleep without a top sheet. Our fabric drapes your body perfectly, and it breathes 10-20 times better than any fine silk (silk is one of the worst wicking fabrics).
Great for Pregnancy or Menopause Hot Flashes!
Bamboo Fabrics are Hypoallergenic & Naturally Antibacterial
Our sheets are constructed with top quality bamboo yarn. Most fabrics that are advertised as anti-microbial have had chemical treatments applied to the textile or into the yarn itself. Bamboo fibers are naturally anti-microbial, only 100% bamboo textiles contain an agent called "bamboo kunh" this agent prevents bacteria from cultivating. It is one of the best fibers known for people who suffer from allergies to chemicals and bed or dust mites.
When cotton sheets heat up they retain much more moisture than bamboo sheets. Therefore bacteria is quick to form on cotton. Tests have shown bed mites can form on sheets in just hours after lying on them, bamboo prevents and repels bed and dust mites like almost nothing else can (other than the sun). This keeps your sheets feeling fresh and odor free for much longer than any cotton sheet can.
Bamboo Textiles are Good for Us AND our Planet!
Bamboo fabrics are highly sustainable and biodegradable. Bamboo textiles are made from of Moso bamboo--don't worry, it's not the type that pandas eat. Bamboo generates much more oxygen than equivalent strands of trees, helping to reduce levels of carbon dioxide. It is also self-irrigating and requires much less water than the equivalent cotton crops. Bamboo is an incredible resource with so many practical uses--not only bedding, but clothing, flooring, furniture, etc. It's nice to know we can contribute our own healthy living and to the health of our planet.
Caring for Your Bamboo Bliss Sheets
Like any other luxury linens, 100% bamboo sheets require special care to maintain the many luxurious and natural qualities over the long-term. The good news is, bamboo fiber is naturally stain resistant and is easily cared for without the use of harsh detergents and bleach. Follow the guidelines below to maintain the extraordinary qualities of natural bamboo. Keep it Cool When Washing ~ Wash sheets separately in cold water (rougher fabrics may cause them to pill), set on a gentle cycle, with a mild detergent (preferably a soap made for natural fibers, one of neutral pH, one for delicate fabrics). To naturally brighten and soften sheets, add 1/2 cup of baking soda to the wash cycle and 1/2 cup of vinegar to the rinse cycle. For tough stains use an oxygen bleach (described below). Be aware many detergents contain harsh chemicals (like bleach) which can damage fibers. No Bleach or Fabric Softeners Necessary ~ Bamboo fibers are more easily damaged by bleaching than other fabrics, and fabric softeners can hinder the natural properties and stain resistance. There is no need for odor removal, since bamboo fabrics do not pick up odors. But again, the good news is, bamboo fiber is naturally soft and stain resistant and is easily cared for without the use of harsh detergents, fabric softeners and bleach. A better way to keep your bamboo sheets clean, soft and bright (and free of harsh perfumes) is simply using baking soda in the wash cycle and white vinegar in the rinse cycle to brighten and soften the fabric gently. Tough Stains Can Be a Dream ~ Although bamboo fiber is naturally stain resistant, it is not completely immune to tough stains. Should you need to treat a tough stain, you can safely use an oxygen bleach, such as OxyClean. Follow the directions for use on the label. Keep it Low When Drying ~ Although air drying is preferred to prevent shrinking and wrinkles, your bamboo sheets can be safely dried in the dryer on the lowest setting. Remove immediately to prevent wrinkles. If you wish to iron them, do so only on a low-heat setting and do not using steam, as it can damage the fibers.