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Towel Supercenter is more than your home for discount towels on the web — we also carry bulk pricing on bed sheets for your business and home! We have wholesale bed sheets perfect for moderate to heavy use. Instead of spending too much to get the right type of bedding, opt to spend less and still get incredible quality. Check out our selection of bed sheets and make us your new source for bed linens today.

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Wholesale Bed Sheets

Wholesale Bed Sheets

If you own or manage a hotel, medical facility or other property where customers may spend the night, you understand the importance of clean, durable sheets. Hotel guests, for example, expect to see spotless white sheets when they check into their room. Business owners want to make customers and guests comfortable, but they also want to make a profit. Buying sheets in bulk from a trusted wholesale supplier can help business owners save big when they need to replace sheets or stock up for future use.

Anyone who wants to buy new bed sheets needs to know what they are looking for before they begin shopping. In this post, we'll show you how to pick quality comfortable bed sheets whether you need them for your business or home. Let's begin with the different types of bed sheets.

What Is the Difference Between Flat and Fitted Sheets?

In general, there are two different types of bed sheets — flat sheets and fitted sheets. Each kind of sheet serves a unique purpose. Depending on your needs, you may prefer one over the other, or both. We'll look at the differences to help you determine what you need.

1. Flat Bed Sheets

A flat sheet is also known as a top sheet. The top sheet forms a layer between you and the comforter or duvet. Some people do not use a top sheet, while others cannot live without one. It's up to you whether or not to sleep with a top sheet, but it helps to consider why top sheets exist in the first place. Top sheets serve the following purposes:

  • Keeps the comforter clean longer: A top sheet keeps your body separate from the comforter, which means you don't have to wash a bulky comforter as often if you use a top sheet. As long as the comforter doesn't come into contact with your body, you can wash a comforter once every two to four weeks, and wash the top sheet once a week. On the other hand, if you don't use a top sheet, you should wash your comforter as often as your other bedding.

  • Adds luxury to a bed: A top sheet adds another layer to a bed and makes it more inviting. Some people look forward to crawling into an ultra-plush bed at the end of a long day and feeling the cool, crisp flat sheet against their skin. Overall, a top sheet makes a bed look and feel complete.

  • Helps you maintain a comfortable temperature: A top sheet enables you to adjust to different temperatures so you can sleep comfortably throughout the night. For example, when it's cold outside, a top sheet adds an extra layer to help you stay warm. When it's hot, a top sheet can be used instead of a heavy comforter to keep you cool and covered at the same time.

Flat sheets are a must-have if you need hotel bed sheets or want to create a hotel-like bed at home for yourself or guests. Here's how to turn a regular bed into a five-star experience using flat sheets:

  • Use all-white bedding to create a clean, cloud-like look.
  • Choose breathable, cooling cotton sheets with a thread count around 300.
  • Use an oversized flat sheet to cover the mattress and include a top sheet to cover the body.
  • Cover the bed with a plush comforter or cotton duvet cover.
  • Top the bed with two to four down pillows and a couple of fiber-filled pillows.

2. Fitted Bed Sheets

Benefits of Fitted Bed Sheets

A fitted sheet is also known as the bottom sheet. Unlike a flat sheet, a fitted sheet has elastic corners so it fits snugly over a mattress. It's important to check the measurements of your mattress before buying a fitted sheet. A fitted sheet that is too small might come off the mattress with the slightest movement.

There a several reasons to use a fitted sheet instead, such as:

  • Protects the mattress: One of the main functions of a fitted sheet is to protect the mattress from stains, rips and other signs of wear and tear. The mattress is often the most expensive component of a bed, so it's far more practical to replace a fitted sheet than a mattress.

  • Creates a smooth sleeping surface: A tight-fitting bottom sheet creates a smooth, comfortable surface and keeps the body from touching the mattress. Although you can use a flat sheet to cover the mattress, it may not stay in place the entire night through if it's not tucked under the bed right. A properly-sized fitted sheet stretches around the corners of the mattress and won't budge no matter how much you toss and turn.

  • Easy to clean: A fitted sheet can usually be laundered right at home following simple instructions. On the contrary, a quilted mattress cover may be more difficult to remove from the bed, and it might involve special cleaning instructions.

The most important factor in shopping for a fitted sheet is choosing the right size. To ensure a perfect fit, you'll need to take some measurements. To measure the mattress, first, remove any blankets or sheets from the bed. Keep mattress toppers on the bed as they will go beneath the fitted sheet. Next, measure the mattress from the foot of the bed to the head, and then from side to side. Also, measure the thickness of your mattress by measuring top to bottom. Write your measurements down and go with a fitted sheet that's large enough to fit on the bed easily.

What to Look for When Buying Bed Sheets

Besides mattress measurements and whether you want fitted or flat sheets, there are a few other factors to consider. Keep reading to learn how to choose the most comfortable sheets for you or your guests.

1. Material

There are several different bed sheet materials to choose from, but to keep it simple, cotton is usually the safest choice. Cotton is a favored sheet material because it is soft, breathable and very comfortable. You can't go wrong with sheets that are 100 percent cotton.

You may see sheets that are made of microfiber. Microfiber sheets are composed of fine polyester fibers. Microfiber sheets produce a silky feel but are typically less breathable than cotton sheets.

There are also cotton jersey sheets which are knit rather than woven like regular cotton sheets. While cotton sheets have a crisp, hotel-sheet feel, cotton jersey sheets are very breathable and feel similar to a T-shirt.

2. Thread Count

You've probably heard of thread count but may not know the best thread count for bed sheets. Thread count is the number of threads in a square inch of fabric. In general, the higher the thread count, the softer the sheet. Here's what you can usually expect with different thread counts:

  • 200 thread count: A sheet with a 200 thread count can be an affordable option for a quality sheet. In specific, a sheet made with combed cotton and a 200 thread count can feel just as soft as a sheet with a higher thread count. Combed cotton is part of the manufacturing process and involves removing short fibers and keeping long fibers to produce a soft, durable sheet.

  • 300 to 600 thread count: You can expect a sheet that falls within the 300 to 600 thread count range to be very soft, comfortable and of high quality while still being a cost-effective option.

  • 800 to 1000 thread count: Sheets that fall in the 800 and 1000 thread count range are the softest and usually of the highest quality. These type of sheets may be the best choice for individuals who don't mind spending extra on their bedding.

Although thread count is important, it's not the only factor that makes a sheet more comfortable than another sheet. Other factors, such as how the sheet was manufactured, also play a role in the quality and softness of a sheet.

3. Pockets

Standard vs Deep Pockets

Sheet pockets refer to the corners of fitted sheets. You can pick either standard pockets or deep pockets depending on the thickness of your mattress. Choosing the right pocket size is important. If the pockets are too small, it'll be hard to fit the sheet over your mattress or keep it in place. Measure the thickness, or height, of your mattress to know for sure.

Typically, standard pockets are suitable for mattresses measuring up to 12 inches high, while deep pockets fit mattresses between 12 and 15 inches high. Extra deep pockets should be used for thick mattresses that measure between 16 and 22 inches high. If you're not sure which to choose, it's best to pick a pocket depth that is greater than the mattress measurements. You can always tuck excess fabric underneath your mattress.

Also, you might choose a bed sheet with deep pockets because it will be easier to put on and should stay in place if you move around a lot in your sleep.

4. Bed Sheet Quality

There are a few other aspects to consider when determining the quality of a bed sheet. These include:

  • Fiber length: Sheets that are made of 100 percent cotton are the coolest and softest. However, you'll still want to consider fiber length, or staple, when choosing cotton sheets. The staple determines the quality of the cotton. The longer the fiber, the higher the quality of cotton. For example, shorter staple fibers are 1 1/8 inches long, while extra-long staple fibers may be up to 2 inches long. Egyptian cotton is the highest quality cotton with the longest fibers. Pima and Supima are also quality long-staple cotton fibers.

  • Weave: The weave impacts how a sheet feels. Flannel sheets are cotton sheets with a plain or twill weave and a soft feel. Percale, also called plain weave, is a tightly woven fabric made from combed cotton. It has a crisp, light feel and may be best for people who get hot when they sleep. Sateen weave feels smooth and silky. It's heavier than other weaves and may be best for individuals who often get cold while sleeping.

  • Ply: Ply refers to how many threads are wrapped together to form a single thread. Single-ply sheets use only one thread, while double-ply sheets are composed of two threads twisted together. It's important to check the ply of fabric and not just thread count. For example, a sheet with a 600 thread count may be single-ply with 600 individual threads, but it could be double-ply with only 300 double threads.

How to Use Wholesale Bedding to Make Hotel-Like Beds

You can use wholesale sheets to make your bed like a five-star hotel. Luxury hotels invest in wholesale bedding and train their staff to fold and make beds to create a luxurious experience for weary travelers. Here’s how you can do the same:

  1. Choose the right sheets. Luxury hotels tend to favor white sheets because they create a cloud-like feel and are easy to bleach to keep them sparkling white. They also tend to choose soft cotton, as this material has a delicate feel and keeps guests cool.  
  2. Start by positioning your flat sheet correctly. Place your wholesale flat sheet in the center of the bed. At the head, feet and sides of the bed, you should have even amounts of sheets hanging over the edge.
  3. Tuck the sheet under the foot of the bed. Slightly lift the mattress and slide the sheet edge under the foot of the mattress, making sure the sheet is tucked in tautly. Use your hand to smooth out any wrinkles.
  4. Create a hospital corner. Move to the right corner near the foot of the bed. Lift the sheet in this corner in a triangle, like a tent, to form a peak. When you create this peak, the rest of the sheet should fall to the mattress at a 45-degree angle. Use one hand to create a short crease at the peak, so it folds toward the mattress. Think of this process like wrapping a present. You make the same corner with the sheet, and then smooth it out.
  5. Repeat that process for the other three corners of the bed. Moving in a counter-clockwise or clockwise direction, make hospital corners in all four corners. When you do so, be sure to keep corners crisp and pull the sheet so it is nice and taut. Smooth the sheet at every corner to create a polished look.
  6. Put on another top sheet. Once you have the bottom sheet down, layer another flat sheet on the bed. Be sure to place it so that the seams are facing the mattress. Tuck this flat sheet in at the foot and sides of the bed. Fold the top over.
  7. Finish the rest of the bedding. Add a well-shaken duvet, ideally with a white cotton cover. Use as many blankets as you like. Consider a throw or blanket tucked in at the bottom part of the bed.
  8. Add some extra comfort with pillows. Pillows are an  important feature at any resort and hotel. Consider buying wholesale pillowcases and extra fluffy pillows so you can put three, four or more pillows on the bed. Extra pillows create a luxurious feel and are essential for comfort. If you want to read in bed — or need extra support for your back or to elevate your legs — an additional pillow is necessary. A pile of pillows at the head of the bed also looks wonderful and changes the line of the bed. Prop your pillows up against the headboard for the best look.

Industries That Use Wholesale Bed Sheets

Industries that Use Wholesale Bed Sheets

Whether you own a business or want comfortable sheets for your home, you can benefit from buying wholesale bed sheets. When you buy sheets in bulk, you receive a lower price than if you bought single sheets from a retail store. Many different industries buy wholesale bed sheets, such as:

  • Hospitality: Whether you have a small bed and breakfast or a five-star luxury hotel, your employees need to have new bed sheets regularly. Why risk running short on bed sheets or offering your guests bed sheets of lower quality? Instead, you can order plenty of high-quality bed sheets in bulk to save money and time.

  • Medicine: Medical facilities often require bed sheets, and the staff may need to make instant changes several times a day. Don’t allow yourself to get behind on the amount of bedding available, especially if you suddenly have a wave of patients who need overnight or long-term care. Even some doctor’s offices and emergency health care clinics find themselves in need of bed sheets, so it's also best to be prepared.

  • Education: Many colleges and universities are giving their students the option of having a dorm room that is regularly furnished with new bed sheets. If this describes your facility, you must keep up with the demand. Quality, comfortable bed sheets look great and make a college student feel at home.

  • Tourism: Does your company supply beach houses and vacation properties with linens? Don’t ever let yourself run short. Instead, stock up on wholesale bed sheets in all the sizes you need. Go with a supplier you trust, and you can be sure your bed sheets will last — saving you money by extending your linen budget.

  • Adult and youth camps: All overnight camps should consider looking into high-grade wholesale bed sheets for their facilities. Campers want to feel like they have the soft, comfortable bed sheets of home, and you can deliver on their expectations without breaking the bank when you buy in bulk.

  • Individuals: Have a big house with lots of rooms? Own several homes or furnished properties for rent? Consider the value of purchasing wholesale bed sheets for residential use.

Bulk Bed Sheet Washing Tips

If you buy bed sheets wholesale for your business, you likely use commercial washers to clean sheets. Despite the size of the washer, there are still laundry tips you can follow to extend bed sheet lifespan while ensuring they are fresh and clean. Here are some tips:

  • Always check the label: Always check the sheet label to make sure you're washing and drying your sheets properly. Some materials, like silk, need special care.

  • Loosely roll sheets first: If your washing machine has a center agitator, loosely roll each sheet into a ball before placing it into the washer. This will help lessen the impact of the agitator.

  • Don't overstuff: It can be tempting to stuff a washer to the max to get bed sheets washed quickly, but that won't get the sheets clean. Sheets require a lot of room for adequate cleaning, so avoid cramming too much in at once.

  • Wash sheets separately: Have you ever washed a fitted sheet with other clothing to find everything got tangled together? To avoid the issue of tangled sheets and clothing, only wash sheets with other sheets and keep other items like so

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