There’s a lot to consider when it comes to buying a new set of linens. With so many materials and styles to choose from, some options will suit you better than others. Tencel sheets and pillowcases are for you if you want a feel that’s cooler than cotton and luxuriously soft.
Tencel is a brand name describing rayon or lyocell. It’s a fairly new innovation in sheets and pillowcases, being first developed in 1972. Rather than being woven out of fibers from the cotton plant, Tencel fibers are created from the pulp of eucalyptus wood. These fibers are then woven together to create an extremely strong, yet incredibly smooth, fabric that’s naturally cool to the touch.
City Mattress offers Tencel sheets and pillowcases from PureCare and Malouf. Naturally cool-to-the-touch, with gentle and luxurious comfort, PureCare's premium Tencel sheet set offers a softer than silk feel. With enhanced breathability and the perfect fit, these sheets were created for lasting softness and reliability. They're treated for antimicrobial benefits, while blocking bacteria and stains for a healthier night's sleep.
Silky soft and naturally pure, Tencel bed linens will ensure your sleep is refreshingly comfortable. Pamper your skin with Tencel sheets and pillowcases from City Mattress. You’ll stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter!
Tencel is typically sourced from renewable eucalyptus trees. Making fabric from this pulp is often more efficient than doing so from cotton plants. The growth and cultivation of these eucalyptus trees keeps an eye on environmental consciousness, reducing the need for chemical pesticides or damaging irrigation.
Tencel is a fiber made from the wood pulp of trees that are grown and replaced on specialized tree farms. Most often, these are eucalyptus trees. Unlike most cellulosic fabrics, Tencel is produced using recyclable, Earth-friendly solvents. When blended with cotton, Tencel adds wrinkle-resistance and the lustrous feel of silk.
Tencel sheets are made from the wood cellulose of Eucalyptus trees. This smooth fabric feels silky soft and has a sheen to it. Its origin from the pulp of Eucalyptus wood makes Tencel sheets naturally cooling. The fibers are super absorbent, so they are an excellent choice for hot sleepers.
Tencel will shrink about 3% with the first washing and will resist shrinking from then on. Machine washing on a cold, gentle cycle is the best way to avoid as much shrinking as possible.
Tencel is exceptionally breathable as well as absorbent.
Yes! Tencel Lyocell pillowcase sets feature a sateen weave treated with antimicrobial silver chloride. This treatment inhibits bacteria, mold, and mildew that cause deterioration, stains, and odors.
We recommend that you wash your Tencel linens every 2-3 weeks. Since these sheets are hypoallergenic and antimicrobial, they don't trap or breed bacteria. This means they stay clean longer and require less frequent washes. Be sure to always wash your tencel sheets in cold water, and on gentle cycle.
Tencel sheets are extremely durable. With proper care, you can enjoy your Tencel sheets and pillowcases for years to come.
Absolutely! Tencel sheets and pillowcases are well-known to keep sleepers cool all night long. That’s because the eucalyptus in Tencel sheets is naturally cooling. The fibers are super absorbent too, so they are a good choice for hot sleepers.