If you don’t like ironing, you’ll love the following bedding trick. To get bed linen wrinkle-free quickly and without much effort, you only need the following things: fabric softener (preferably ecological, because conventional fabric softener contains aggressive ingredients), water and a spray bottle.
If you have two pieces of bed linen, you should avoid the crease trick
With linen, the creases look quite noble, and are also desirable. Linen is obtained from the fibers of the flax plant in a complex process. First, it is fermented in the so-called rotting process in water, then dried during kilning and beaten in the boken process. Then the fibers are broken and smoothed. Only then can they be spun.
The lengthy production process makes linen more expensive than cotton. However, thanks to its thermo-regulating properties, it is particularly suitable as a fabric for bed linen. Today, linen is processed together with cotton into a blended fabric. But pure linen is also on offer again, and it is characterized, among other things, by its slightly creased surface.
Satin bed linen is mostly made of cotton and is always non-iron. Satin made from Mako or Pima cotton is considered to be of particularly high quality because of its durability and shine.