• Do not store dirty clothes from a season to another. You may face problems with difficult stains (*the longer you leave stains on the clothes, the more difficult their removal will be).
  • Never store your clothes in areas with humidity such us basements, attics or in plastic bags.
  • Do not let fabrics you are not going to use, in places where they come into direct contact with sunlight. The sun fades colors.
  • As you will visit a fabric cleaner always point the stains that exist, especially if they are difficult such us stains from sweat, blood, etc.
  • Remember: the greatest danger for the fabrics is their store from a season to another, without being cleaned.
  • High temperatures are bad for fabrics.
  • Do not make experiments in tough stains, leave it to professionals.
  • Dilute the detergent with much water in order not to make stains on the fabrics.
  • Use chlorine only to clean your white fabrics.
  • Use color traps to avoid problems during washing.
  • Use always only liquid detergents.
  • Bed & Bath fabrics are indelible, eco-friendly and very sensitive.. A little conditioner for better fragrance is enough.

T.C. (Thread Count): It is the density of knitted fabric per square inch. Its measurement is based on both horizontal and vertical number of threads. Thread Count related to thread’s weight and thickness :

Thin knitting and high weight threads: Qualitative and durable fabric. Not so soft or easy to be ironed.

Thin knitting and low weight threads: Not so qualitative or durable fabric. Not so soft or easy to be ironed.

Dense knitting and high weight threads: Perfect combination for a durable and high quality fabric. It is soft and easy to be ironed.

Dense knitting and low weight threads: A durable fabric. It is soft and easy to be ironed.

*The dense knitting and low weight threads combination, is mostly found in soft and fine fabrics, silk for example. It is sensitive due to the weakness of their threads.

Bed & Bath fabrics are mostly fabrics with dense knitting and high weight threads starting by 144TC or 160TC (Cotton Fresh) ending to 240TC (Classic Ultra Soft). They are high quality and durable fabrics, soft and easy to be ironed. Thus, any consumer can have the best quality with the best price.

T.C. (Thread Count)

– Up to 180 TC the fabric is considered to be Percale.

– 500 & 1000 TC is not applicable because the fabric would be cut as a paper. (In fact it has been woven with double thread so the real TC is the half or and the one quarter ( 1000 TC is actual 500 or even 250 ))

Thread Title

1. Combed : High quality Cotton

2. Garde : Low quality Cotton

Sateen Cotton: It is a very qualitative elegant fabric. Its composition is 100% cotton.

Percale: Percale is a qualitative fabric. It is very durable than other fabrics.

Satin: It is a very elegant fabric. It is a kind of silk or cottoned fabric that has thin and soft fibers.

Silk: It is a fabric made by cellulose acetate fibers.

The fibers, either natural or synthetic, must be submitted in several processing steps in order to become fabrics.

Natural Fibers

- Cotton

- Linen

Natural Animal Fibers

- Wool

- Silk


- Artificial :

  • Rayon (Viscose rayon, modal rayon)

- Synthetic :

  • Naylon
  • Polyester
  • Acrylic

Natural Fibers


Cotton comes from the fiber that surrounds the seeds of the cotton malvaceous (gossypium) plant.

  • Cotton has very soft texture because of its capacity of absorption of moisture. It does not electrify and it is comfortable.
  • Cotton fabrics are washing resistant.
  • Because of the composition of their fiber, cotton fabrics can easily shrivel.
  • If cotton fabrics, are exposed to light for long time, they are getting thinner.
  • Cotton fabrics are getting shrink when washed for the first time because of stretching their fiber during the manufacturing process.
  • Cotton fiber looks like a small twisted ribbon.
  • The "absorbent" cotton absorbs fluid, 24-27 times its own weight and it is more durable and stronger as wet than dry is.
  • This fiber quickly absorbs and releases perspiration of the body.
  • Cotton withstands of high temperatures and it is easy to be paint.
  • Cotton fabrics can be ironed at relatively high temperatures and they are resistant to abrasion.


Linen fiber comes from a plant called flax, from the family Linaceae.

  • Linen characteristics are similar with those of cotton.
  • Linen is an excellent conductor of heat and in touch it is cold. It has freshness feeling, something that makes it suitable for summer use.
  • Linen usually is painted by using high quality paints, which guarantees the durability of color exposed in light and during washing.

Natural Animal Fibers


Wool is the outer coat of sheep or some other similar animals. The thread that is woven in refined, lightweight wool, it is also called "fresh" or "cold" wool.

  • Woolen garments are very comfortable, flexible and soft in touch.
  • The volume that is given to the wool because of its natural curling, encloses a large amount of air and together with the reduced weight of wool, give to these kinds of clothes extremely heating characteristics.
  • Wool doesn’t cause static electricity problems. In addition, it stays cleaner than other fabrics and attracts less dust.
  • Its painting is easy and its color shows good resistance to washing and light.


Silk is the thin lustrous fiber, produced by silkworms (bombyx mori) so to make their cocoons.

  • Silk can be returned in good shape after any wrinkling.
  • Silk has a great natural shine.
  • Dry cleaning prevents changes in size or color.
  • Silk should always be ironed in very low temperatures.
  • Continuous exposure to light causes yellowing.

Chemical Fibers

Artificial Fibers

Artificial fibers are chemical produced, from wood pulp or other cellulose. These forms include viscose rayon, cupro-rayon, modal rayon etc.

  • Rayon fabric fibers are flexible and very soft in touch
  • These fibers are very resistant in making knots.
  • They are good conductors of heat and are cool in touch.
  • Their colors are very durable.
  • Such fabrics shrink very easily.
  • They are sensitive to water and high light exposure.
  • Rayon must be dry-cleaned because it is very sensitive to detergents and other compounds, found in household cleaning products.

Synthetic Fibers

Fibers of this type include polyamide, nylon, polyester, acrylic and polyurethane.

  • The fibers which are chemical produced are highly resistant to wrinkling wear and tear.
  • They are elastic and can regain their original shape.
  • Their colors are very washing resistant.
  • The low absorption of moisture they have, creates static electricity.
  • Synthetic fibers are very heat sensitive.