Supima Cotton Satin Bedsheets (Antimicrobial) - Geometric Leaf
Supima Cotton Satin Bedsheets (Antimicrobial) - Geometric Leaf
Supima Cotton Satin Bedsheets (Antimicrobial) - Geometric Leaf
Supima Cotton Satin Bedsheets (Antimicrobial) - Geometric Leaf
Supima Cotton Satin Bedsheets (Antimicrobial) - Geometric Leaf
Supima Cotton Satin Bedsheets (Antimicrobial) - Geometric Leaf

Supima Cotton Satin Bedsheets (Antimicrobial) - Geometric Leaf

Regular price $99.00 USD
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100% Supima Cotton sheets are the ultimate luxury!  American-grown premium long-staple smooth cotton fibers are stronger and more lustrous than 97% of the world’s average cotton.  With a 300-count satin weave, our sheets have a fluid and silky feeling which kids and adults will love in 4 sizes: cribs/toddler beds, twin, full, and queen mattresses.  

Added to our fabric finishing process is a DuPont Silvadur Antimicrobial fiber treatment to add Silver ions onto the fabric.  The ionic bond secures this naturally occurring Earth-element for a bacteria and virus destroying function to keep bedsheets odor, mold, and microorganism resistant.  FDA-approved for consumer textiles and garments, DuPont brings organic technology to your home for a safer and fresher bedroom.  

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  • Always place your baby on his/her back, except during supervised tummy time. Pediatricians recommend babies be placed on their backs to nap and sleep to reduce the risk of SIDS.
  • Keep baby’s sleep area in the same area where parents sleep to reduce baby’s risk.
  • Give your baby plenty of supervised tummy time when they are awake for healthy development.
  • Keep the baby’s sleep area free of loose items, such as toys, crib bumpers, pillows and blankets. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends the use of wearable blankets.

We urge you to follow the safe sleeping tips extended by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, which include always placing a baby on its back to sleep, because absolutely nothing is more important than the safety of a child. Please visit http://www.cpsc.gov/ for more information.

For more information about sleep safety for infants, visit:
American Academy of Pediatrics

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