Do you hate bunched up fitted sheets as much as I do? Well if you do, here is some information for you. Listed in this article, there are many ways to ensure tight fitted sheets.
Things You'll Need
- Extra Sheets
- Sheet Tightening Straps
One way to ensure tight fitted sheets is to simply wash them and dry them. Be sure to wash them regularly and dry the sheets on high heat to ensure that they tighten up adequately. However, if that is too time consuming look at the next steps.
Another way to tighten your sheets is to put them in the dryer for 15 minutes on high heat. This will remove any moisture and draw the sheets tighter.
Yet another way to ensure tight sheets is to buy commercial sheet tightening straps at your local bedding supply store.
One more way to ensure tight fitted sheets is to make certain that you have to correct size of sheets for your bed. The mistake may be as simple as changing the sheets.
The last way to ensure tight fitted sheets is to change sheets as soon as you notice them slackening.
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