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Open-Stock Resin-Free Sheets

Old-Time Resin-Free Sheets: Incredible Softness Pampers Sensitive Skin

Open-Stock Resin-Free Sheets

Old-Time Resin-Free Sheets: Incredible Softness Pampers Sensitive Skin

$34.95 - $54.95 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pin it on Pinterest Share on Google+

These hard-to-find, old-fashioned 100% cotton percale sheets aren’t treated with resin, which can irritate sensitive skin. We found these supremely soft sheets in Portugal from the same manufacturer who makes our traditional percale and flannel sheet sets. Hang on your clothesline to dry, or put in the dryer—just be sure to remove them promptly for best results. 300 thread count. Open stock. Pillowcases are available in standard size and king size; 2 cases per package. Machine wash and dry.

  • 100% resin-free cotton percale sheets
  • Super soft
  • Perfect for those with sensitive skin
  • Made in Portugal

Our resin-free 100% cotton percale sheets offer an old-fashioned solution to those with sensitive skin, so they can sleep in comfort.

Open-Stock Resin-Free Sheets


100% Resin free cotton percale


Machine wash in warm water on gentle cycle. Do not use bleach. and tumble dry low/delicate cycle. Some ironing may be necessary.


Manufactured In: Portugal

Material - Country Of Origin: Portugal

Open-Stock Resin-Free Sheets 4 5 8 8
These sheets are soft perfection! I have been looking for resin free sheets that are softer with each laundering. While these sheets are not entirely wrinkle resistant, they are well worth it in quality. This bedding is perfect for those of us who suffer with sensitive skin. Finally, I can boast a perfect night's sleep. June 10, 2013
What I hoped for The sheets were softer than I had expected hope they wear well. With a husband that now has extremely sensitive skin additives are very important. Was able to use these sheets after one washing without any side effects. March 21, 2014
not as soft as previous resin free sheets I'm very sensitive to "rough" sheets. My wife doesn't notice them. Previous resin free sheets that I have purchased (from both Vermont Store and another vendor) were very soft; almost like a cotton tee shirt. These feel soft to the hand, but when I lay on them they feel like fine grit sand paper. They are also very "stiff". You can here them flex; almost like they were starched. February 3, 2014
These are the most comfortable sheets. My husband is very fussy about his sheets. Those feel like plastic, the others are too hot..these are just right. They are comfortable, soft and feel right. October 29, 2013
resin-free sheets We would recommend these sheets to anyone wanting soft sheets. They are definitely worth buying. Another incentive to purchase these were the fact that they are not sold as "sets". We have a queen size bed but like larger "king" size sheets as top sheets. October 27, 2013
A little too thin compared to the clothesline crisp This sheet, although of good quality, is much thinner than the excellent clothesline crisp percale or the original Wamsutta resin free carried by Vermont years ago (you can see the design in the mattress through the sheet). Also doesn't seem to fit my large pillow top mattress well (would have preferred longer pockets like the clothesline crisp). October 5, 2013
These sheets are everything I hoped for. I love these sheets. They are cool, crisp and softly comfortable. Some of the higher thread percale sheets can be soft but clingy and trap air. These resin free sheets let your body breath. I will be buying more. September 19, 2013
not crisp and smooth Yes, there are a few wrinkles, but that's not what bothers me. The texture of the fabric itself is not the smooth crispness that I like about fine percale. Instead, after the initial washing, I could feel a roughness like tiny pilling on the surface. Cite me "Princess and the Pea," but I don't like it. Haven't decided yet whether it's worth the trouble to return them, but meanwhile I've gone shopping for my percale sheets elsewhere. August 2, 2013
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