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Extra deep fitted sheets that don't shrik?

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PinkCloudDweller Sun 15-Jan-17 23:05:39

Where can I buy them from? They need to come in super king size and be 100% cotton. Thanks!

Helspopje Sun 15-Jan-17 23:06:39

Bizarrely our best ones are the ikea ones

PenguinsandPebbles Sun 15-Jan-17 23:08:21

I recently brought some from Sainsbury's, egyption cotton high thread count from their "Taste the difference" or whatever they call their household stuff.

I saw them in sale and was going to chop them up for a back of a quilt, but after washing the quality was great and noticed they were very deep so on the bed they went instead.

buckeejit Sun 15-Jan-17 23:09:20

Soak and sleep are nice

Babyiwantabump Sun 15-Jan-17 23:10:10

I have some Asda ones that have been good - only £11 too I think

lydiarose Sun 15-Jan-17 23:10:20

TKMaxx - they're great for all bedding

NicknameUsed Sun 15-Jan-17 23:10:51

I could do with some as well. I like to wash bedding at 60 degrees and have found that my superking sheets have shrunk slightly.

GF01 Mon 16-Jan-17 13:47:39

Ikea sheets all come too baggy for the mattress. I assume you have to give them a hot wash first, they shrink, fit nicely, and don't shrink any further. I'd love confirmation from people who recommend them.

(I know Ikea offer some different sizes of sheets and mattresses, but we've bought sheets with the same measurements as the mattresses we have also bought from Ikea, and on a single bed, a double, and a king size, they've all been very loose and baggy.)

poisonedbypen Mon 16-Jan-17 13:49:19

Costco ones are good and don't shrink. Not sure if they do super king, though.

anahata Mon 16-Jan-17 14:39:23

Look online for a range called Julian Charles Pollycotton. I used to be a rep for them. Good thread count, deep fitted, no ironing needed, go up to a superking and a wide range of colours.

magicstar1 Mon 16-Jan-17 14:44:23

I use the Ikea Dvala sheets and they fit very well on our deep mattress. No shrinking, and they come in Super King size.

GF01 Mon 16-Jan-17 17:24:13

(I should have mentioned in my post a few posts above that the only sheets from Ikea that we have tried are Sömntuta, so it is possible it is only a problem with that range.)

hanban89 Tue 17-Jan-17 15:24:45

I love my extra deep Christie ones. They are expensive but they haven't shrunk at all and they feel so nice to sleep on.

applesandpears33 Wed 18-Jan-17 13:29:10

I'll second the Costco ones. They are brilliant.

Gabbyaug Wed 25-Jan-17 15:04:55

Got mine from Dunelm & I'm really happy with them

AveEldon Wed 25-Jan-17 15:06:02

M&S? All my John Lewis ones shrank

bouncydog Fri 27-Jan-17 20:04:32

Sheridan or M&S are ok. I buy the Egyptian cotton high thread count and they are nice to sleep on. I only ever buy in sales though - I won't pay £115 for a bed sheet!

MiladyThesaurus Fri 27-Jan-17 20:06:30

The M&S extra deep ones are really good. They don't shrink and they're the only sheets that I've managed to find that actually fit a bloody mattress.

frazzled3ds Fri 27-Jan-17 20:17:56

I have some from next for a double bed - they've been going a good few years, washed and tumble dried regularly and still doing well.

chocdonutyy Fri 27-Jan-17 20:20:57

Dunelm do a few sizes in sheets, the dorma range goes up to a 35cm depth mattress. Expensive but last ages.

MiladyThesaurus Fri 27-Jan-17 20:27:49

I found that the Dunelm ones were total rubbish. Definitely not as deep as they claim and then they shrank.

Monkeybunkey Mon 30-Jan-17 13:45:16

I got a couple from Debenhams last year in the sale. Washed (and tumble dried) weekly and they still fit perfectly.

UndercoverSheets Tue 16-May-17 12:24:36

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RuskBaby Tue 16-May-17 12:29:16

Linen cupboard offer ultra deep at 46cm, only ones we found that are actually deep enough. They are great.

moonlight1705 Tue 16-May-17 12:35:59

I would also recommend the Sainsbury ones, the sheet I got from Dunelm kept popping off the bed all the time.

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