Washing Care

Yes, definitely! Do remember to wash HyggeB sheets separately to prevent objects like a zipper, hooks, or other rough fabrics from causing the sheets to pill.

Also, make sure you set the machine to cold water setting at a maximum of 85°F/29°C and a gentle cycle, if possible. 

Line dry it! Drape them flat on the line to preserve the fibers, texture, and colors. Believe it or not, the sheets will gradually straighten themselves when you line dry them!

But if some still prefer to use a dryer, please remember to choose a low heat or airing setting along with a low tumble cycle! Immediately remove your HyggeB sheets from the dryer when the drying is completed to avoid horrible wrinkles. 

Given that our single-ply sheets are made without harmful anti-pilling chemicals, they generally do not pill if they are cared for properly. Pilling is caused by too much heat and abrasion from friction and harsh washing chemicals. We recommend using a mattress and pillow protector to give some cushioning between the sheets and the mattress/pillows to reduce friction and keep to a 30 minute wash cycle.

We’d prefer a mild, liquid detergent. If you prefer powder detergent, then do make sure it’s dissolved before adding HyggeB sheets to the wash. Many ask if they can use fabric softener and HyggeB’s answer to them is, nah. HyggeB sheets are so insanely soft, and it’ll stay like this even after washing! There’s no need to spend extra on fabric softener, save your pockets for more HyggeB sheets!

Not to worry, HyggeB sheets are best at draping themselves. Trust me, all you have to do is to fit them nicely back onto your bed and Ta-da! You’ll see those wrinkles going away in a few nights of sleep! Of course, if you’d prefer your HyggeB sheets to have a crispier look almost immediately, then you can try ironing them at low temperature.

Take note: Do not use bleach. Bleach is way too harsh for your delicate HyggeB sheets. You can try milder and eco-friendly labelled stain remover. But before you do that, try it on the HyggeB drawstring bag that came wrapped around your sheets. Another more friendly method is to simply soak your sheets in water with some laundry detergent and baking soda.

We’d advice not to use these brightener or whitening detergent that comes with harsh chemicals on your HyggeB’s sheets. One suggestion is to make your own mild ‘bleach’ by using baking soda and vinegar. Start by adding a ½ cup of baking soda to the wash cycle and then a ½ cup of white vinegar during the rinse cycle. Take note not to combine both to avoid unnecessary chemical reaction that will cause damage to your HyggeB sheets!

Tips: Try this method with care only on light color or white sheets!