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By Lauren Fountain

While the term “organic” has become a buzzword in recent years, organic bedding can have several benefits for sleepers. Organic materials tend to be more breathable, and they are typically free from harsh chemicals that could irritate the skin or respiratory system. Organic bedding can also be more durable than products made using non-organic materials, blends, or synthetics, which can make them a good long-term investment.

Additionally, producing organic sheets may be better for the environment and workers. Many organic bedding manufacturers focus on using socially and environmentally sustainable practices that support communities while limiting the environmental impact.

Since sheets lie against the body, choosing a quality set is an important task. To help you decide if organic sheets are right for you, we’ll explore the potential benefits and drawbacks of this type of bedding. We will also discuss our favorite organic sheets while outlining some important things to consider, such as weaves, thread count, and types of fabric.

In-Depth Reviews

  • Who it’s best for

    1. Sleepers who run hot

    2. People who prefer the feel of silky sheets

    3. Those seeking sheets for a split king

  • Highlights

    1. Made with viscose from bamboo

    2. Soft sateen weave

    3. Lifetime warranty




100% GOTS-certified viscose from bamboo (400TC)



The Sweet Zzz Organic Bamboo Sheets are a solid option for shoppers in the market for bedding that promotes cooling at night.

The Organic Bamboo Sheets are made with viscose from bamboo and have a sateen weave, resulting in a soft and silky feel against the skin. The lightweight material is a good choice for sleepers who tend to run hot or who seek cooler bedding in warmer months of the year. The sheets are 100% organic, with certification from the Global Organic Textile Standard to ensure sustainable production. OEKO-TEX certification also indicates the sheets have been tested for known harmful chemicals.

The fitted sheets are compatible with mattresses up to 14 inches high. Shoppers can pick from seven standard sizes, including split king. The set is available in five colors, all in neutral tones that should fit with most bedroom color schemes.

The sheets come with a 50-night sleep trial as well as a lifetime warranty. Sweet Zzz provides free shipping and returns.

  • Who it’s best for

    1. Hot sleepers

    2. Eco-conscious shoppers

    3. Sleepers who enjoy bedding with a crisp feel

  • Highlights

    1. Long-staple cotton promotes durability

    2. Percale weave feels cool and breathable

    3. 365-night sleep trial




100% GOTS-certified long-staple organic cotton



Brooklinen is known for producing high-quality bedding in a wide variety of fabrics and designs. The Organic Core Sheet Set is a cotton set that stands out with organic certification and a cool weave, which should feel comfortable for hot sleepers or anyone living in warm climates.

The sheet set is made with 100% long-staple cotton, a variety of cotton known for its longevity and quality. The cotton is lightweight with naturally breathable properties, so our testers never felt overly hot when trying these out in the test lab. A percale weave gives the sheets a crisp, cool feel that softens over time. The cotton has Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification, ensuring it has met strict standards for organic sourcing.

All sets include one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases. Each fitted sheet is labeled with a “long” and “short” side to ensure an easier process when making your bed. The set is available in full, queen, king, or California king sizes, and you can choose from four solid color options and one striped pattern option. The fitted sheet has a pocket depth of 16 inches, which should fit most mattresses on the market.

Brooklinen offers free shipping on orders over $100 to addresses in the contiguous U.S. The sheets come with a generous 365-night sleep trial and are warranted for 1 year beyond the sleep trial.

  • Who it’s best for

    1. Hot sleepers

    2. Eco-conscious shoppers

    3. People seeking durable sheets

  • Highlights

    1. 100% certified organic cotton

    2. Sateen weave provides a silky-soft feel

    3. Compatible with beds up to 16 inches thick




100% GOTS-certified organic cotton



The Saatva Organic Sateen Sheet Set is a good choice for shoppers who are looking for quality sheets made with organic material. The cotton is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) to ensure it meets the strictest standards for organic production.

The set is composed of long-staple cotton, a variety known for its durability and resistance to pilling. The cotton has a 200 thread count and sateen weave, giving the sheets a lightweight feel. Sateen weave sheets are also known for their silky-smooth texture, which can benefit people with sensitive skin.

The fitted sheet has a pocket depth that makes it compatible with mattresses up to 16 inches thick. The set is available in three neutral colors and nine sizes including multiple split options. All sets come with one flat sheet and one fitted sheet. Twin and twin XL sets include one pillowcase while other sets include two pillowcases. All sheets are fully machine-washable. Saatva recommends using cold water on a gentle cycle.

Saatva offers free shipping within the contiguous U.S. The sheets come with a 45-day return policy and 1-year warranty.

  • Who it’s best for

    1. Hot sleepers

    2. People with high-profile mattresses

    3. Shoppers who want a durable, long-lasting set

  • Highlights

    1. 17-inch corner pockets fit deep-pocket sheets

    2. 100% organic cotton feels crisp and airy

    3. Available in multiple colors




100% Organic Long-Staple Cotton



The Signature Hemmed Sheets are Boll & Branch’s best-seller for good reason. This set is crafted from 100% long-staple organic cotton that feels light, airy, and luxe. Boll & Branch boasts Fair Trade, GOTS, and OEKO-TEX certifications, meaning the manufacturer adheres to ethical and environmentally friendly practices, which eco-conscious shoppers will surely appreciate.

These sheets have a 300 thread count and signature sateen weave that feels soft and drapes elegantly. Sets include two pillowcases, one flat sheet, and one fitted sheet with corner pockets that stretch to accommodate mattresses up to 17 inches tall. Shoppers purchasing twin sets should note only one pillowcase is included. You can choose between eight different colorways that each have a matte look. Sets are available in eight sizes including split king.

Our in-house testing found that these sheets excelled in multiple categories including temperature control, comfort, and durability. The long-staple cotton lends itself well to heavy use while the weave allows air to pass easily through the fabric, keeping you cool through the night.

Boll & Branch lets shoppers try its Signature Hemmed Sheets for up to 30 nights following delivery. Shipping and returns are free within the contiguous U.S.

  • Who it’s best for

    1. Hot sleepers

    2. People who want to invest in long-lasting sheets and pillowcases

    3. Eco-conscious shoppers

  • Highlights

    1. Extra-long staple cotton is naturally breathable and durable

    2. Sateen weave gives each item a luxuriously smooth feel

    3. Generous pocket depth to accommodate virtually any mattress




100% GOTS-certified organic cotton (600TC)



Avocado specializes in luxury sleep products made from organic and natural materials. One of the company’s most popular items is the Deep Pocket Organic Cotton Sheet Set, which features a fitted sheet with elastic pockets to accommodate any mattress up to 22 inches thick. This range includes the vast majority of mainstream models sold today. You’ll also receive a flat sheet and one to two pillowcases with your set, which is reasonably priced compared to other similar collections from competing brands.

A 600 thread count makes the fabric feel dense and substantial, but the cotton is naturally breathable and shouldn’t trap much heat. Each item feels soft and silky thanks to the buttery sateen weave. You can choose between two neutral color palettes. The set is also available in seven sizes, including six that correspond to standard mattress dimensions and a split king for couples who share adjustable beds — this size comes with two fitted sheets.

The set is fully machine-washable for quick, easy care. Simply wash each item in cool water with mild detergent, then line dry or tumble dry. Removing the sheets and pillowcases from the dryer as soon as the cycle is finished should minimize wrinkling. A certification from the Global Organic Textile Standard ensures the cotton has been sustainably sourced.

Avocado offers free ground shipping throughout the contiguous U.S. Your purchase includes a generous sleep trial that runs for 100 nights, during which returns and exchanges are accepted. Those who keep their Deep Pocket Organic Cotton Sheets also receive a one-year warranty covering material defects.

  • Who it’s best for

    1. Hot sleepers

    2. Anyone with a mattress up to 15 inches thick

    3. Those who prefer exceptionally soft bedding

  • Highlights

    1. Excellent breathability and cooling

    2. Sateen weave makes each item feel silky and smooth

    3. GOTS certification ensures sustainable organic sourcing




100% GOTS-certified organic cotton (400TC)



If softness is a priority when choosing new bedding, Naturepedic’s Organic Cotton Sheets should deliver the goods. Each item in this collection is composed of organic cotton with a sateen weave, resulting in a buttery-smooth feel, gentle glide, and close drape. These sheets should be especially well suited to people with acne, eczema, and other conditions that cause sensitive skin.

Thanks to a balanced 400 thread count, the sheets and pillowcases also promote airflow and sleep very cool — even on hot and humid nights. Six sizes are available. Twin and twin XL sets come with a flat sheet, fitted sheet, and single pillowcase, while larger sizes incorporate all of these components as well as a second pillowcase. A standalone pillowcase set is also available.

The fitted sheet’s pocket depth is 15 inches. While this is compatible with most mattresses made today, we recommend measuring your mattress before making your purchase to ensure a proper fit. A GOTS certification indicates the cotton has been verified as organic, while a Made Safe certification ensures the bedding has been tested for materials that can potentially cause harm to humans or pets.

Each item is fully machine-washable. The Organic Cotton Sheets are competitively priced and Naturepedic offers free ground shipping throughout the contiguous U.S. The company’s sleep trial runs for 100 nights. If you decide to keep the sheet set after the trial ends, your purchase is further backed by a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.

  • Who it’s best for

    1. Those who dislike the close drape of sateen-woven bedding

    2. Anyone who owns a mattress up to 16 inches thick

    3. People who reside in exceptionally hot or humid climates

  • Highlights

    1. Percale weave makes the fabric crisp and resistant to heat buildup

    2. Top and bottom labels assist you when making the bed

    3. Larger sizes come with four pillowcases




100% organic cotton



Organic cotton is known for its exceptional temperature regulation, but the Cotton Percale Sheets from American Blossom Linens take cooling a step further. The percale weave gives each sheet and pillowcase a crisp feel that will gradually soften over time, making them more breathable than sateen-woven bedding. This set is particularly well suited to people who reside in extreme climates, as well as those prone to night sweats.

Standard size collection includes a flat sheet and fitted sheet, the latter of which has a 16-inch pocket depth to accommodate most mattresses sold today. Helpful top and bottom labels ease the process of making your bed. Twin and twin XL sets include one pillowcase, full sets come with two, and larger sizes include four pillowcases. You can also opt for a split king with two fitted sheets if you and your partner share an adjustable bed.

Two neutral color palettes are available. To launder the sheets and pillowcases, wash with similar colors in cold water and tumble dry on low heat. The items are likely to wrinkle, but you can minimize this by removing them from the dryer as soon as the cycle is complete. American Blossom Linens also recommends using wool dryer balls instead of fabric softener.

The Cotton Percale Sheets are competitively priced and standard ground shipping is free for all U.S. orders. You can also pay extra for expedited delivery. Shoppers receive a 20% discount on their second sheet set when they buy two or more. A generous two-year trial period is included with each purchase, giving you ample time to test the sheets before deciding whether to keep them or return them for a full refund.

  • Who it’s best for

    1. People seeking cozy, insulating sheets for cold weather use

    2. Anyone whose mattress measures up to 15 inches thick

    3. Sleepers with sensitive skin

  • Highlights

    1. Sateen weave gives each item a smooth, silky-soft finish

    2. Available in five colors and seven sizes

    3. Bundle shoppers receive discounts when they buy two or three sheet sets




100% organic cotton (300TC)



Many bedding brands tout the cooling properties of these sheet sets, but cold sleepers and those who reside in places with chilly winter temps may need more insulation for comfortable sleep. The Sateen Cotton Classic Sheet Set from SOL organics nicely toes the line between coziness and breathability. The design consists of soft long-staple organic cotton in a silky-smooth sateen weave, ensuring the sheets drape closely to your body and keep you warm without trapping too much heat. A mid-range 300 thread count adds to the balanced construction.

Sateen-woven sheets and pillowcases are suitable for people with acne, eczema, and other conditions that cause sensitive skin. This type of bedding is also easy to care for — you may wash and dry all of the set’s components in your household machines, so dry cleaning and hand washing won’t be necessary. And since long-staple cotton is known for above-average durability, you should be able to enjoy your set for years to come as long as you follow the care instructions.

Seven sizes are available. Twin and twin XL sizes come with a flat sheet, fitted sheet, and single pillowcase, while larger sets add a second pillowcase into the mix. Additionally, the split king size — intended for couples who share adjustable beds — features two fitted sheets. A pocket depth of 15 inches means the set is compatible with most mattresses made today, but be sure to measure yours before purchasing the set. You can choose from five neutral solid colors.

Approachable pricing and free ground shipping throughout the contiguous U.S. make the Sateen Cotton Classic Sheet Set a good option for budget-conscious shoppers. SOL Organics also provides a 10% discount on your total order if you buy two sets, and a 20% discount if you buy three. Returns and exchanges are permitted within 30 days of the delivery date.

Best Organic Sheets Video

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How to Choose Organic Sheets

With so many options on the market, it can be difficult to know exactly what to look for when purchasing a new set. Between marketing lingo and greenwashing in the bedding industry, finding organic sheets that truly meet high standards of quality is often a challenge.

However, there are a few key things buyers can look for to help them find quality organic sheets. From performance factors to industry certifications, we’ll walk you through how to find the best organic sheets for you.

What to Consider When Buying an Organic Sheet Set

Several factors may influence which organic sheets are best for you, including material, weave, thread count, and performance.

Weave and Knit
Weave and knit refer to how the fabric is constructed, which can ultimately impact breathability, durability, and feel. While weaves, such as sateen and percale, are composed of several threads crossing over each other, knits consist of a single interlaced thread. Weaves usually have a tighter structure with minimal stretch. Knits stretch more easily, but they may lose their shape over time.

Staple refers to the length of the cotton fibers used to create yarn for the fabric. Short-staple cotton tends to feel rougher to the touch and may pill or wear out more quickly. Long-staple fibers are typically softer and more durable. Extra-long staple fibers are usually the softest and most durable, making them more common in high-end, luxury sheet sets.

The way a fabric feels plays a large role in how satisfied you will be with your sheets. The material and weave are two main factors that determine the overall texture, weight, and softness. Determining which materials or weaves you prefer can help you find the sheets that are most comfortable for you.

Sheets that don’t fit well can interrupt your sleep and make you less comfortable. If the fitted sheet is too small, it may be difficult to put on the bed and could pop off throughout the night. If it is too big, it may be baggy, bunchy, and uncomfortable. It is important to measure not only the width and length of your bed but also the height to ensure the pocket size is correct. Additionally, you should consider how much your material of choice may shrink in the wash to ensure a lasting fit.

Setting a budget is an important step when searching for new sheets. While the price of organic sheets varies widely, the typical price range for a quality organic set is $150 to $250. Organic sheets also typically cost slightly more than non-organic bedding because these products cost more to produce. However, shoppers should note that organic materials also tend to be more durable, which can make them a good long-term investment.

Thread Count
Thread count refers to the number of vertical and horizontal threads in one square inch of fabric. A higher thread count is often associated with enhanced softness and durability. However, shoppers should be aware that some manufacturers manipulate their thread counts, which can give a misleading impression of the quality of fabric. Additionally, not all materials will have a thread count. While thread count may be a small consideration, shoppers should also examine other factors to find quality sheets.

Design, Color, and Pattern
Feel and performance are critical in finding the right sheets for you, but style can also be an important consideration. Finding colors and patterns that suit your style preferences can help complete your bedroom’s look. Color and pattern options frequently depend on the type of fabric and the brand. Neutrals are more widely available, particularly with organic sets.

Breathability is a key factor, particularly for those who live in warm climates or who tend to overheat. Certain fabrics, such as cotton, are naturally breathable and promote airflow throughout the night. This can help with temperature regulation by distributing heat away from the body.

Since sheets rest so close to your body and need to be washed frequently, durable materials are important. Low-quality materials may wear thin, develop holes, lose their softness, or fade in color. While most sheets will need to be replaced after a few years, high-quality organic materials will likely last longer and remain in good shape even after considerable use.

Ease of Care
Since sheets often make direct contact with a sleeper’s body, they will need to be washed frequently. With that in mind, shoppers should consider how the materials need to be handled. Organic cotton sheets are usually machine-washable, but owners should follow the care instructions provided by the manufacturer to reduce the risk of damage.

Organic Certifications

The increasing popularity of organic products has caused some manufacturers to exaggerate their claims as a means to raise prices or increase sales. Many sheets that claim to be “made with organic cotton” may also contain other non-organic materials.

One way to determine whether a product is truly organic is to look for trusted third-party certifications. Certifications check the products to confirm their contents. Some certifications to look for include:

  • Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS): The GOTS certification holds textiles to a worldwide standard of quality to ensure a product is organic. To have a GOTS label, a finished product must contain a minimum of 70% certified organic fibers, which is defined as fibers grown without the use of GMOs or synthetic herbicides, pesticides, or insecticides. The standard also includes other ecological and social criteria to ensure the product is not hazardous to the environment or the workers who make it.
  • GREENGUARD Gold: While the GREENGUARD Gold certification does not directly relate to organic sourcing, products with this label are tested to be free from certain chemicals and to have lower volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions. This means that GREENGUARD Gold bedding has low chemical emissions and should not interfere with indoor air quality. This may be particularly important when shopping for quality, organic mattresses.
  • OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100: To have the OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 label, each component of the bedding must be individually tested for an array of potentially harmful substances. While OEKO-TEX also has other certifications, the STANDARD 100 is most common in the bedding industry, so it is often simply referred to as “OEKO-TEX certification.”

What Types of Organic Sheets are Available?

There are many types of organic sheets on the market today. Buyers can choose from distinct colors and styles as well as different materials and weaves. Some common materials and weaves include:

Organic Cotton:

Regular Organic Cotton: Regular organic cotton is an all-encompassing term commonly applied to organic cotton varieties with shorter staples. To ensure the cotton is truly organic, shoppers should look for products with GOTS certification.

Organic Pima Cotton: Pima cotton is an extra-long staple cotton variety that originated in South America. It is valued for its above-average durability, breathability, and softness. Supima cotton is high-quality, American-grown Pima cotton. Because of its quality, Pima cotton tends to cost more than regular cotton.

Organic Egyptian Cotton: Organic Egyptian cotton is widely regarded as one of the highest-quality cottons available. Similar to Pima cotton, it is an extra-long staple variety that is known for its enhanced breathability, softness, and durability. Shoppers should note that many bedding sets advertising Egyptian cotton are often blends since Egyptian cotton can be quite expensive. If you want pure Egyptian cotton, look for manufacturers with accreditation from the Cotton Egypt Association.

Other Organic Materials:

Organic Bamboo: Rayon, viscose, modal, and lyocell fabrics may use fibers crafted from cellulose derived from bamboo. These materials are often purported to be eco-friendly since bamboo grows quickly. However, this point is debated since they use chemical processes in manufacturing. Bamboo linen is less common, but it removes the chemical processes. Most fabrics marketed as bamboo are breathable and have a silky texture.

Organic Linen: Linen is made from the fibers of the flax plant, and it typically has a crisp feel that softens over time. Linen sheets are usually more expensive than those made of other organic materials, such as cotton, but they are often more durable.

Organic Silk: Silk is known for its luxuriously smooth feel that can be beneficial for those with dry skin or hair. This material is made from the cocoons of silkworms, and it is a very durable and hypoallergenic option.

Organic Flannel: Flannel is made using thickly woven yarn that is brushed or napped to create an extremely soft and durable fabric. Flannel is known for retaining heat, which can make it comfortable for those in colder climates. Organic flannel sheets usually consist of cotton or wool.

Organic Fabric Blends: Organic fabric blends use a variety of materials to create a comfortable and durable final product with a unique feel. Shoppers should look for third-party certifications to verify the organic status of blended fabrics since some manufacturers market blended materials as organic if they contain just one qualifying material.


Sateen: Sateen is a common weave that creates a silky, wrinkle-resistant fabric with a subtle sheen and good drape. In this weave, three or four threads go over for every one thread that goes under.

Percale: Also called a plain weave, a percale weave is made when the warp and weft threads overlap in an even, one-over, one-under grid shape. This leads to a crisp and breathable fabric that softens over time. Since this weave tends to retain less heat, it is often recommended for hot sleepers.

Twill: Twill can be identified by its diagonal ribs. Fabrics that use this weave are typically heavier and more durable. While some sheet sets use this construction method, it is most often associated with denim and upholstery.

Jersey: Jersey is a knit that interlaces individual cotton yarns to create a soft, stretchy surface. This method is often used when creating articles of clothing, such as t-shirts, as well as bedding.

What are the Pros and Cons of Organic Sheets?

High-quality organic sheets tend to be more durable and eco-friendly than non-organic options, and most organic bedding is made without the use of harsh chemicals. However, quality organic products can be difficult to identify because of misleading marketing tactics, and they are often more expensive.

  • Limited Potential Irritants: Certified organic materials should be free from harsh or toxic chemicals that could irritate the skin or interfere with indoor air quality, which may be beneficial for those with allergies or other sensitivities.
  • Often Better for the Environment: Cultivating organic crops often limits water usage, reduces runoff, cuts down on potential contaminants, increases soil fertility, and curbs soil erosion.
  • Frequently Last Longer: Organic fabrics are frequently more durable than lower-quality alternatives, so they might last longer without showing major signs of wear.
  • Typically More Expensive: Since organic materials usually have high standards for sourcing and production, they are more expensive to manufacture. This may make organic sheets less accessible to shoppers on tight budgets.
  • Some Companies Are Not Transparent: Unfortunately, some manufacturers exaggerate the quality of their products by claiming that they are organic when they are only partially organic. Buyers need to conduct research to identify certified organic bedding that is truly high quality.200-400

Who is Best Suited to Organic Sheets?

A certified organic sheet set may be a good choice for many sleepers because organic bedding is versatile and available in a wide variety of materials and styles. Organic bedding may be particularly beneficial for sleepers who are sensitive to harsh chemicals since it is often free from substances that can cause irritation.

Organic sheets may also appeal to eco-conscious shoppers who value sustainable practices.  Manufacturers that produce organic sheets frequently focus on responsible and ethical production. Additionally, organic materials tend to be more durable than other options on the market, which may be a good fit for shoppers who want a long-term investment rather than a sheet set they’ll need to replace every few years.

While organic sheets offer many benefits for a wide variety of sleepers, this bedding is usually more expensive upfront, so it may be cost-prohibitive for shoppers on a strict budget. Additionally, shoppers may have to do some extra research to understand what they’re getting for their money. Some manufacturers exaggerate their claims of organic materials to boost sales, so looking for certifications can help prevent you from overpaying for a product with little organic content.

What is the Ideal Thread Count for Organic Sheets?

Thread count refers to the measure of lengthwise (warp) and widthwise (weft) threads woven into one square inch of fabric. Thread count can be used as a way to predict the softness and feel of a fabric.

Shoppers should note, however, that thread count is not the only indicator of the feel or quality. Many marketers play up thread count to make their products appear higher quality. Shoppers should also consider the quality of the yarns or threads, which can be as important as thread count.

However, the ideal thread count for many fabrics is between 200 and 800. Fabrics with a thread count of less than 200 may not be as soft or as durable, while thread counts of over 800 may be more likely to be artificially inflated by twisting yarns together.

The best thread count for sheets also varies based on the type of fabric and the weave, but we’ll share some general guidelines:


Shoppers should note that thread count is rarely listed for linen sheets, as it is not a useful indicator for the feel or quality of the fabric. In fact, a higher thread count may make linen sheets bulky and less breathable.

Some other fabrics use other metrics in place of thread count. For example, flannel is measured in grams per square meter (GSM). Heavier and more durable flannels tend to be in the 170+ GSM range. Like flannel, jersey is measured in GSM. Most quality jersey sheets are around 150 GSM, but this can vary based on the type of material. Silk is measured in momme, which is the number of pounds in a piece that is 45 inches by 100 yards. Quality silk sheets are typically around 17-22 momme.

Fabric TypeIdeal Thread Count
Pima Cotton200-400
Egyptian Cotton300-400
Bamboo-Derived Fabrics300-500

More Frequently Asked Questions About Organic Sheets

What is the typical price range for organic sheets?

The average price range for a high-quality organic set of sheets is between $150 and $250. Organic sheets typically cost more than non-organic sheets because high-quality and ethically sourced materials cost more to produce. Some other factors that can contribute to a higher price tag include material type, weave, and production process.

How long do organic sheets last?

With proper care, quality organic bed sheets can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years. Thanks to the superior quality of organic materials, these bed sheets typically last longer than products made using non-organic materials. Some signs that your sheets are wearing out include thinning fabric, fading color, holes, or reduced softness.

How do I wash and care for organic sheets?

It is always advisable to follow manufacturers' guidelines to extend the life of your organic sheets. Machine washing on warm and tumble drying on low is a simple and effective way to keep many types of sheets in good condition, though some materials or weaves require special care. Always read through the manufacturer's recommendations for proper care.

Are organic certifications necessary for sheets?

Third-party certifications are necessary for verifying that sheets are fully organic. Unfortunately, greenwashing is common in the bedding industry. Some manufacturers claim that their sheets use organic materials, but non-certified bedding may also include non-organic content, including harsh chemicals and synthetic materials. Looking for trusted certifications can help you find products that meet established standards.

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