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Classic 200 Thread Count Egyptian Cotton Bed Linen

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Every bedtime will be a treat with this fresh and soft Egyptian cotton bed linen. And on washday, you'll be even happier; it's simple to wash, dry and iron - almost a dream come true.
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A crisp, fresh classic that's super easy to care for.

This bed linen is a customer favourite thanks to its simple good looks and affordable price. The long, strong, fine fibres of the Egyptian cotton mean you'll notice the difference with the soft and smooth finish.

A crisp, fresh classic that's super easy to care for.

This bed linen is a customer favourite thanks to its simple good looks and affordable price. The long, strong, fine fibres of the Egyptian cotton mean you'll notice the difference with the soft and smooth finish.

Everyday affordable luxury for every bed in the house


No matter how many beds you have to make, you'll know each one will feel delightfully fresh and crisp when you use this classic bed linen. Made with genuine Egyptian cotton woven into a 200 thread count percale. The Egyptian cotton makes this bedding softer and smoother than sheets made with other cottons, which will be welcomed by anyone snuggling up under these sheets. And of course, classic doesn't mean dull. We've kept this bedding looking smart with a single row of marrow stitch and 5cm borders on pillowcases and duvets, and added tie closures on all duvets.

More Information
Product Code classic_200tc_egyptian
Threadcount 200tc
Material 100% Egyptian Cotton
Product Care

Machine Wash At 40°c Gentle Cycle, Do Not Bleach, Tumble Dry At Low Temperature, Iron Damp Avoid using optical brighteners to prevent colours becoming washed out and possible staining from the bleach within them. Always use the best detergent for the product you are washing: for colour fabrics it is best to use washing gels or detergents formulated for colours and for pure whites, stick to powders. Ironing linen whilst it is still a little damp will make it easier to iron.