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Nellymay Wed 13-Mar-13 19:57:32

I noticed one of our 4 year old M & S base sheets had a big threadbare patch this morning. We change the bed about fortnightly and rotate the sheets around so that each one won't go on again for a couple of months so its not as if it has got a lot of wear and it is a more top of M nS range sheet! What would you do, do you think its worth complaining to m n s or just put it down to experience

MrsMushroom Thu 14-Mar-13 12:21:18

It's four years old! It's's not that hardwearing. If you want long lasting then linen is better.

Nellymay Thu 14-Mar-13 13:09:44

Now i've put my thinking cap on, its more like two years - how time flies smile

Frogman Fri 15-Mar-13 02:11:30

Although it shouldn't happen (sheets should last years I think) I couldn't bring myself to complain after 2 years.

I think M & S standards are much lower than they used to be. I recently bought their Supima sheets and the stiching is coming out of them already! I also think one of the sheets (the base one) is not Supima as it feels completely different to the other sheet and pillowcases. (I'm taking them back to M & S when I get the chance but I don't live near one)

Think I'll use John Lewis for sheets next time I need some.

Fluffycloudland77 Fri 15-Mar-13 21:14:43

My white company (shite company) bottom sheets lasted nearly 3 years.

That's £70 I'm not seeing again. Fuckers.

I have Christy 300tc ones from tk Maxx now, only £13 each.

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