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Upgrading to Deep Pocket Sheets

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So, you have this amazingly comfortable bed that has a built-in topper and you are struggling to find the right bedding.  Linenly bamboo sheets Australia tell us that a mattress with built in toppers are notoriously hard to get bedding for, the increased height caused by the topper means regular sheets either don’t fit or are extremely challenging to get on. You need to look for a sheet called deep pocket sheets or mega fit sheets with a high thread count.

Deep pocket sheet Protectors are deeper than average, especially in the corners, allowing them to stretch over thick mattresses, mattresses with pillow tops, or mattresses with mattress toppers.

Some mattresses come with built-in extra padding in the form of a pillow top, euro top, or tight top. This is great for comfort, but it means that regular sheets might not fit them quite right.  

Deep Mattresses are now more common in the market and very few stores offer Extra Deep Pocket sheets so finding the right store that stocks these can be tricky.

It is also important to maintain the comfort of your mattress protector as well as being the correct for your comfortable mattress. Looking for a 100% cotton protector with a high thread count can ensure your comfort.

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