The My Pillow Giza Sheets thread count is a very high 400 thread count. That means that the fabric is very durable and strong, and it will not easily rip or tear. It also means that the sheets will feel soft against your skin and will be comfortable to sleep on all night long.
A higher thread count means that there are more threads per square inch, which gives your sheets a smoother feel and makes them easier to wash. They also hold up better over time, so if you’re looking for something long-lasting, high thread count is a good choice.
The fact that these sheets have such a high thread count also makes them very breathable, which is important because you want to sleep in a cool environment at night so you can get the best rest possible.
My Pillow Giza Sheets have a thread count of 400. That means they have 400or more threads per square inch. They’re made with Egyptian cotton, which is known for its softness and durability—it’s one of the best kinds of cotton available today.
The Giza Sheets are also very durable. They’re resistant to stains and wrinkles and can be machine washed without having to worry about damaging them. The best part about these sheets is that they come with a lifetime warranty! If you ever find any defects or damage in your sheets, My Pillow will make sure that they’re replaced for free so long as you have proof of purchase.
The high thread count also helps to keep you cool at night, so you can sleep comfortably without worrying about being too warm. The higher-quality fabric also makes these sheets extremely soft and comfortable to sleep in so you won’t wake up with any soreness or other issues from sleeping on lower-quality fabrics.
How to Care for Giza Cotton Towels and Sheets
You may be wondering whether Giza cotton towels, sheets, and home linen require special care. The answer is, not necessarily. Of course, always read the manufacturer’s care label on any item before laundering; you can find a guide to care label symbols and terminology here.
Fortunately, most Giza cotton towels and sheets can be laundered the same as any other cotton towels and sheets. We always recommend following best practices for washing fine linen:
- Sort laundry by color and, in the case of towels, also by weight.
- Do not overload your washing machine or use too much detergent.
- Choose the proper detergent. This concentrated liquid formula is pH-neutral and made with plant-based ingredients and a proprietary enzyme blend to effectively clean while preserving the beauty of your Giza cotton. The fragrance-free variety is also hypoallergenic and pediatrician and dermatologist tested as non-irritating to sensitive skin.
- Run on the proper washing machine cycle.
- Never use fabric softener or dyer sheets, which can leave a build-up on your luxury cotton. Avoid bleach unless specifically allowed in the care guidelines.
- Dry towels with wool dryer balls to soften and speed drying time. Sheets can be dried on low heat with dryer balls or hung to dry away from direct sunlight. Iron sheets only as needed.
Giza Sheets Vs Egyptian Cotton
The main difference between Giza Sheets and Egyptian Cotton is their thread count. Giza Sheets have a higher thread count than Egyptian Cotton sheets (300 TC vs 250 TC). This means that each square inch of Giza Sheet fabric contains more threads than an equal area
Unlike Egyptian cotton, Giza Sheets are a high thread count sheet that is made from 100% combed cotton. It has a luxurious feel and is an excellent option for those who want the softness of Egyptian cotton but do not want to spend extra money on it. The Giza sheets are also extremely durable and can be washed without worrying about them getting damaged or faded.
Egyptian cotton is known for its softness, durability and comfort level. It is one of the most expensive types of cotton in the world and it is grown in Egypt only. Egyptian cotton sheets cost more than other types of sheets because they are made from pure natural fibers which make them softer than other kinds of cotton fabrics used to make bedding products like pillows, comforters etc…
The best part about Egyptian cotton is that it will last longer than any other type of bedding material available today so if you want something that will last for years then this would be an ideal choice for you.