This post was sponsored by Perfect Linens. Opinions are completely mine.
Are you having guests this Holiday season? Are they staying with YOU? Sometimes that can be stressful on top of everything else. BUT I have a few tips for Bedroom Preparations for Holiday Guests, that I think will help you.
Okay, let’s start a list of what YOU can do ahead of time as you start Bedroom Preparations For Holiday Guests.
First things, first. Vacuum or mop the floor in the guest bedroom. Under and around the bed.
Dust the furniture. Pick up accessories and dust under them, not around.
With vinegar or your favorite glass cleaner, clean the mirrors and windows. Newspaper works best for this.
Wash your bed linens. Blankets and quilts included.
OR purchase a new set of sheets.
I found my sheets from Perfect Linens. Of course, I had to have the blue stripe to go with my bedroom decor.
Launder Second Skin sheets separately in warm warm (no bleach) to help keep the integrity of the fabric. Of course, never wash with jeans or even towels.
You only have to use half the amount of detergent. Such a plus!
(They also include a 2 oz bottle of Linen Wash, which preserves the fine linen fibers.)
Remove from the dryer and put on your bed SLIGHTLY damp. Yes, DAMP. The fabric continues to dry while you smooth out the wrinkles.
They are unlike microfiber/poly sheets. Second Skin sheets are airy and it don’t cling. Ideal for Winter OR Summer. The perfect sheet for the best sleep.
A few other tidbits about Perfect Linens:
They are the ONLY website that sells JUST sheets.
They use object tests on their sheets like NASA and Nike. Cool,huh?
They wash, then rewash their sheets and inform their customers how the sheets will feel after time.
Since we are talking about various ways with Bedroom Preparations For Holiday Guests, Perfect Linens is offering MY readers a 15% discount on any of their products. YOUR DISCOUNT CODE will be: MeeganMakes15.
I hope you take advantage of this fabulous deal while you are making Bedroom Preparations For Holiday Guests.
Good luck and enjoy the process of the Holidays. Because, really, that is what it’s all about.
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