How often should you change your bed sheet? It’s a question without a straight answer. We’re going to tell you everything you need to know so that you can set up a consistent bed changing schedule.
As you sleep directly on top of your bed sheet, it’s the piece of bedding that you want to change the most frequently.
While we’re used to washing and changing our clothes consistently, bedding is something that can be overlooked. By the time you get to bed, laundry is the last thing on your mind! In reality, you should make a point of doing it once a week.
As you sleep, your body’s sweat and dead skin cells are transferred onto your bed sheet, which can result in dust mites. You can't see them, but you can be sure they’re there. Dust mites feed off dead skin cells and can lead to issues like hay fever and eczema (it might be the culprit behind that nasty cough). The solution? Change your sheets more often.
This rule also applies if you sweat a lot. Anything that can create sweat, dirt, and dead skin cells is a reason to change your cotton bed sheets more regularly. If you’re feeling ill, you’ll want to change your bed sheet right after getting better.
If you have a pet who sleeps on your bed or jumps on top of the sheets, you’ll also want to be extra cautious.
Marylehome Easy Bed Sheet
With Marylehome, it’s easy to change your bed sheet thanks to our innovative two-piece design. You can replace the Top Sheets in seconds by zipping them on and off.
We all know the luxurious feeling of getting into bed after putting on a fresh set of sheets. While it takes a little elbow grease and muscle, it’s something you should do to improve your health and hygiene.
At Marylehome, we make our zipper sheets with 300 thread-count 100% cotton and have a sateen weave that gives them their smooth finish. You can find out more about our zip up bed sheets here.