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Things To Look For When Choosing Hotel Bed Linens

The value of hotel bed linens is exceptional. Guests come to your hotel for relaxation and a good night’s sleep, so you’ll want to meet their expectations with quality bed linens. There are quite a few things to look for when choosing hotel bed linens and to help you out, we’ve compiled a list.

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Thread Count

When choosing hotel bed linens, one of the key things to look for is the thread count. It is a misconception that the higher the thread count, the cosier the bed linen will be.

A higher thread count such as 800 – 1000 will mean the bed linens would be uncomfortable and too thick.

As a rule of thumb, a 150 to 400 thread count is a safe option to choose. Most of the big hotel companies typically choose a 400 thread count so if you’re a new hotel owner, you can stick with this number for the luxurious feel.

It’s worth noting that bed linens with lower thread counts are known to be made of light cotton and soft materials.

The good news is that Laundryheap Linen’s bed linen has a 180-thread count that will guarantee your guests have a relaxing sleep!

choosing hotel bed linens. soft and cosy

Material

Most hotels usually opt for cotton as the fabric choice. Cotton has a reputation for being high-quality, durable and can withstand washing.

In addition, 100% cotton bed linen is ideal throughout the year – no matter if it’s summer or winter. In the summer, it will help you stay cool by absorbing the heat from your body and will also keep you warm and cosy in the winter.

You can order our 100% cotton bed linens for your hotel here.

choosing hotel bed linens. 100% cotton.

Easy To Wash

One of the crucial things to look for when choosing hotel bed linens is how durable they are when it comes to withstanding laundry. Bed linens at hotels are washed a lot to maintain hygiene standards so ensure the bed linens you choose are durable.

Bed linens are essential in a hotel room as they give your guests that crisp, fresh and comfortable feeling.

We hope this blog has aided your decision-making process when choosing hotel bed linens.

Your guests deserve to feel refreshed after they’ve checked out of your hotel. Guests also deserve to have their laundry taken care of. We know laundry chores are hard work when staying at a hotel, so we are happy to work with you to provide a laundry service for your guests!

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Once you’ve partnered with us, your guests can book a laundry service with us, and we’ll collect their laundry and return it to your hotel within 24 hours!

To learn more about Laundryheap, visit our website or download the free app on iOS or Android.


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4 Ways To Make Sure Guests Get A Goodnight’s Sleep

The benefits of a good night’s sleep are well documented. It is healthy for the mind and body and makes us more productive in the morning. It’s no surprise that good sleep is a vital part of the room experience for your hotel or Airbnb guests. In this blog, we will list the 4 ways to make sure guests get a goodnight’s sleep.

ways to make sure guests get a goodnight's sleep

1. Choose The Most Comfortable Bed Linen and Bed Sheets

For most guests, resting is essential. They could be staying in your hotel after a long day of travelling or working. To make sure guests get a good night’s sleep, meet their expectations by choosing high-quality, soft, and luxurious bed linens.

With Laundryheap Linen, you can order comfortable bed linen and bed sheets for your guests!

Our bed linens help set the tone for the day and create a cosy environment for your guests – which is needed for a good night’s sleep!

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2. Stock Up On Pillows

Never underestimate pillows – they bring calmness and comfort to your bedroom. They are great for the neck and provide a pleasant feeling for your guests to lay their heads on pillows to wind down after a long day.

Monitor pillows regularly to ensure stains, dirt or sweat aren’t there. After all, these determine the sleep quality. Furthermore, monitor if your pillows are yellow even after washing them because it is a sign they need changing.

Stock up on pillows by ordering here. Our pillows are dreamy!

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3. Provide The Bathroom Essentials

To make sure guests get a good night’s sleep, you need to think about the bathroom essentials too. A nice, scented, and warm bath gives guests a relaxing feeling before bed and lifts their spirits.

Be sure to provide the essential toiletries and have fluffy and soft towels available.

Laundryheap Linen is committed to helping our Airbnbs and hotels. Order towels and toiletries from our website to give your guests the best room experience!

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4. Create a Relaxing Environment

Your Airbnb and hotel guests deserve the best rest. While beddings, pillows and bathroom essentials are an integral part of their experience, it’s also important to create a relaxing environment for them.

The little details make a big difference. Provide eye masks, earplugs, and remote temperature controls. Even offering herbal teas helps. Complimentary items go a long way in keeping guests happy.

make sure guests get a goodnight's sleep - relaxing bedroom, teas and water

Whether you own a hotel or host an Airbnb, making sure guests get a goodnight’s sleep is essential!

We hope this guide has helped you.

Happy hosting!

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To learn more about Laundryheap, visit our website or download the free app on iOS or Android.


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Laundry Mistakes You Could Be Making When Washing Your Sheets

You’ve put your bed sheets in the wash and they come out smelling nice! This may seem like the end of your laundry chores, but you could unintentionally be making laundry mistakes.

We’ve compiled a list of 5 laundry mistakes you could be making when washing your bedsheets. If you’re guilty of making these mistakes, it’s time to stop if you want your sheets to have a longer life span!

Washing Bedsheets - Laundry Mistakes

1. Washing Only When Sheets Look Visibly Dirty

A common laundry mistake most people make is they only wash their bedsheets when they are visibly dirty. This mistake leads to people washing their sheets every one or two months. Germs, sweats, and dirt build up over time and can cause negative effects to not only your sheets but also yourself. As a rule of thumb, wash every two weeks and you can even schedule your laundry if it helps you to remember! 

2. Leaving Your Bedsheets on the Tumble Dryer

Bedsheets need to be comfortable and in good condition for a good night’s sleep. However, if you’re leaving your bedsheets on the tumble dryer, you are making a laundry mistake because this will shrink your bedsheets. To avoid uncomfortable bed sheets getting in the way of good sleep, we recommend drying your sheets in the drying line or rack for better longevity and results!

3. Mixing With Other Clothes and Towels

You love your clothes, sheets, and towels but they don’t love each other. A laundry mistake people often make is they think mix their bedsheets with other clothes and towels. If you mix everything in the washing machine, it’s not efficient and the results won’t be great. Every material has a different washing process and needs more room to circulate. It’s best to have laundry days especially dedicated to your bedsheets for bigger space in the machine.

If you find yourself too busy to have laundry days for your bedsheets, book with us and we’ll launder them for you just before your bedtime!

4. Adding Too Much Laundry Detergent

It’s a common misconception that the dirtier the bedsheet, the more detergent it needs. Unfortunately, this laundry mistake has been proven to do far more harm than good to your sheets. Not only can they leave a stain, leaving them looking less clean, but they also can damage your sheets and your washing machine. The more laundry detergent used, the higher the water use.

We recommend using ½ cup of baking soda and vinegar to wash your bedsheets for silky and soft results.

5. Not Checking Label

Everyone has been guilty of ignoring labels on products and food so naturally, it’s a very common laundry mistake to not check the labels before you start washing your bedsheets. For proper laundry care, always read the labels carefully because every bedsheet has different washing requirements; cotton sheets are best washed at a lower temperature and some fabric bedsheets shouldn’t be ironed or put on the tumble dryer. 

If you follow the instructions, you’ll wash your bedsheets efficiently and keep them crisp and clean.

You’d be forgiven for not paying too close attention to washing your bedsheets but hopefully, our list of common laundry mistakes will save you some stress and frustration in the future!

Laundryheap is always available to do your bedsheets for you so you can get a cosy sleep at night.

Book your services at our website or download the free Laundryheap app on iOS or Android.


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How to fold bed sheets

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Washing your bed sheets is only half the challenge of keeping your bedding fresh. Once your sheets are dried, you have to fold them- which is much easier said than done. Luckily, we have devised this instruction manual to make folding your bed sheets as easy as possible. 

  • Before you begin 
  • Fitted sheet
  • Flat sheet
  • Pillowcases 
  • Storage

Before you begin 

Prior to any folding, it’s important that you have enough room to do the task at hand. Make sure that you are in an open space, with enough room to spread out your bed sheets to their full width and length. Ideally, you need a flat surface, such as a bed or table, to lay your bed sheets on, as this will make the folding process much easier. 

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Fitted sheet 

A fitted sheet has elastic sewn around the sides so that the sheet can fit over your mattress. 

To fold your fitted sheet, begin by inserting a hand in each top corner, and turning them inside out. Then, fold your bed sheet in half lengthwise. This will turn your sheet inside out and create pockets. Make sure to tuck your elastic corners into each other to bind the sheet in place. 

At this point, you should have two corners in each hand, with the tucked seam facing you and the folded seam on the bottom. 

Next, fold your bed sheet in half, lengthwise, bringing the remaining two opposite sides together so all four corners meet. Repeat the tucking of the sides to bind the sheet in place. Your sheet should now resemble a long panel of material. 

Finally, fold your sheet three to four times until you form a square.

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Flat sheet 

A flat sheet has no elastic in it, which makes it a lot easier to fold. 

 Begin by folding your bed sheet in three or four sections lengthwise- the number of sections you choose depends on how big your sheet is. 

Next, bring the top corners of your sheet down to meet the bottom corners. From there, fold your sheet three to four times to create a square or rectangle shape. 

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Pillowcases 

Pillowcases are small and don’t have any elastic in them, so they are the easiest thing to fold. 

To fold your pillowcase, simply fold it into thirds lengthwise and fold these thirds in half to create a square. 

Storage 

Storing your bed sheets in the correct way will limit the amount of wrinkles on them. After folding your bed sheets, place them neatly in a storing cupboard that is completely dry and will not become damp at any point. If you have multiple sheets made of different materials, It is best to separate them to prevent your sheets from becoming mixed up.

When you get your bedsheets dry cleaned at Laundryheap, we will save you the hassle and fold them for you. To book your Laundryheap order, head to the Laundryheap website, or download the free Laundryheap app.