Wednesday, May 25, 2016

**WIN**BedVoyage Eco-Luxury Bamboo Queen Sheet Set Review + ($159.99-$174.99) Giveaway!–Ends June 12, 2016

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BedVoyage Eco-Luxury Bamboo Queen Sheet Set ($159.99)



What can be more inviting when you are exhausted that the sight of a beautiful bed waiting for you to drop into?  With all the time we spend sleeping, the best bedding should pamper our bodies with satin-like softness and do more than just look fresh and pretty like BedVoyage’s Eco-Luxury Bamboo Queen Sheet Set that I got to test for this review and giveaway.

I had never slept on a bamboo sheet before and was surprised at how luxuriously soft that rayon from bamboo felt against the skin compared to my old cotton and cotton blend sheets that may have been made with petroleum-based microfibers or cotton treated with formaldehyde.  The fact that BedVoyage doesn’t treat their linens with harsh chemicals, formaldehyde or flame retardants also is wonderful for allergy sufferers like myself, not to mention the planet sleeping on eco-luxury bamboo sheets.

Another interesting point that I learned is bamboo sheets have some amazing qualities like moisture wicking in case you’re hot all the time and need to stay cool.  Just as appealing is that rayon from bamboo also is thermal regulating to adjust to how warm or cold you get sleeping, which is really an advantage.

Furthermore, rayon fabric won’t hold odor or mildew. 

As you might imagine, I was excited to get my new BedVoyage bamboo sheets on my bed. Once unpackaged, you’ll notice the size of the sheets are slightly bigger than what you expecting by about four-percent or so.  The size difference is because bamboo does shrink the first time you wash it so don’t give it any thought.  My queen set, with its deep pockets, fit like a glove once it was laundered. 

However, I do want to stress unlike cotton varieties, bamboo sheets are more delicate and should be washed in cold to warm water with milder or eco-friendly liquid detergent if you want the fabric to last and avoid pilling. Don’t use any chorine bleach, fabric softeners, dryer or washer balls.  In case you’re wondering, this fabric doesn’t need hot water since rayon is resistant to bacteria.

If your washer has a center agitator like mine, then instead of throwing in sheets at the same time what you want to do is add them separately without wrapping them around the agitator for the best wrinkle control. And once the washer stops, it’s best to dry them as soon as you can also help lessen wrinkling.

Removing my bamboo sheets from my washing machine to transfer them to the dryer, I noticed they seemed rather stiff almost like a lighter canvas fabric.  Yet, once they finished drying the fabric really softened up.  On the same note, don’t worry if you notice extra in the lint trap, which is normal at the beginning for a couple of washes.

I can’t wait to see how these sheets feel when the hot temperatures finally kick in or during winter for sleeping.  Honestly, I really am impressed with them already and want to try more from BedVoyage bamboo bedding like a quilted coverlet or a duvet, perhaps, next!  

If you’re hoping to improve your sleeping experience or need towels, blankets, shams, or crib bedding, visit BedVoyage and try their bamboo bedding so you can do your own comparison test.   

Thanks to BedVoyage, one lucky Nuts 4 Stuff reader in the continental United States win their choice along with color of a Queen ($159.99) or King Sheet Set ($174.99)!


Giveaway details and how to enter–


Prize: One (1) winner from the continental USA will their choice of color and size of a BedVoyage Queen or King Size Eco-Luxury Bamboo Sheet Set ($159.99-$174.99 value!)

Dates of entry: 05/26/16–06/11/16 at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time

Eligibility: Open to the continental USA.  No PO Boxes.  The winner will need to respond to my email with name and shipping address within 48-hours or another winner will be picked.  

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51 comments:

peterg201 said...

moisture wicking, mildew and odor resistant..,

peg42 said...

I learned that Bamboo is grown without pesticides or fertilizers.

katieoscarlet said...

I learned that the bamboo sheets gets softer when washed

katieoscarlet said...

I really am interested in the bamboo sheets. I've spent a lot of money over the years on high thread count egyptian cotton sheets and they are simply not as soft as bamboo.

Suburban prep said...

Bamboo holds the Guinness World Record as the fastest growing plant

cheryl wetzel said...

I like that they will keep me cool at night.

Janet W. said...

I learned that the rayon from bamboo is an odor and mildew resistant fabric.

clc408 said...

I learned that BedVoyage linens are not treated with any harsh chemicals, formaldehyde or flame retardents.

Ann Fantom said...

I learned that BedVoyage's products are thermal regulating due to the micro-structure of the rayon from Bamboo fibers, it’s a highly breathable fabric, senses your body temperature, and adjusts accordingly.

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Vera Godley said...

I've been intrigued by the concept of using bamboo for sheets every since I saw it. So I would love to try them to see how they feel, how they hold up, and whether they remain smooth in the wash

Julie Waldron said...

I learned they're odor resistant.

Jordan said...

I had no idea Rayon from Bamboo is an odor and mildew resistant fabric.

Rebecca N said...

I learned that bamboo is eco-friendly and odor-resistant

VickieC said...

Hypo-Allergenic

BedVoyage linens are not treated with any harsh chemicals, formaldehyde or flame retardents.

Debbie Yoder said...

They are soft ,moisture wicking and eco-friendly!

LesleyfromWI said...

I learned that bamboo is odor resistant

jerseygirl137 said...

I learned that they do not use flame retardants such as antimony trioxide, which studies show can cause conditions ranging from allergies to Autism.

tannawings said...

I leaned that they are odor resistant, and they adjust if you are warmer they cool you down and if you are cold they warm you up.

Linda Kish said...

Due to the micro-structure of the rayon from Bamboo fibers, it’s a highly breathable fabric, senses your body temperature, and adjusts accordingly.

arress said...

I love that they are moisture wicking.

freddie said...

I learned that they are odor/mildew resistant.

freddie said...

I have never had bamboo sheets or anything bamboo for that matter and they sound amazing. I would love to win the queen size sage sheets.

Betty2222 said...

Odor and mildew resistant

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Betty2222 said...

I really love that it is moisture wicking

Cheryl Chervitz said...

I learned that bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world and its grown without chemicals or pesticides.

Cheryl Chervitz said...

I'm eager to try bamboo sheets. I've never had them, but I've heard good things about them. I could really use a new set of sheets too!

Jalisa Neale said...

I love that they are Hypo-Allergenic. The fact that BedVoyage linens are not treated with any harsh chemicals, formaldehyde or flame retardants makes me really want to try them!

cindy legg said...

they are a healthy choice because unlike other bedding companies they dont use formaldehyde to make their product wrinkle free

Tammy I said...

I've learned that Rayon from Bamboo is an odor and mildew resistant fabric.

Jennifer Heintz said...

I read that Bamboo sheet are very soft, adjust to your body's temperature, absorb moisture. Plus they are mildew and odor resistant. I want to try them!

sheila ressel said...

I would like to try them because they are moisture wicking. My favorite is the queen sheet set in sage.

Anonymous said...

I only have only slept on sheets from walmart. I would LOVE to win a luxurious sheet set! I hope I win ♡

cowboyswife said...

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Elicia P said...

Honestly never knew bamboo is the fastest growing plant. Wonder why it is so expensive then. Could it be the cultivation....

Unknown said...

bamboo is the fastest growing plant, and is grown organically which is perfect. i love organic

Jasmine Cervantes said...

I love plant based products, and bamboo gets softer each time you wash it

wilma2389 said...

I learned these sheet will keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

Laura said...

I learned that these are specifically made so hot sleepers can stay cool and dry. Love it!

Laura said...

I am so eager to try these sheets because they sound wonderful. We got our first set of bamboo sheets a couple of years ago and will not be going back to cotton. I would choose the King sized sheet set for our master bedroom.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

I learned that rayon from Bamboo is an odor and mildew resistant fabric.

clynsg said...

I learned that the queen sheets come in 9 different colors--probably the others as well.

Melissa Storms said...

I learned that there linens are %100 percent rayon from bamboo that is grown oragnically without pesticides or chemicasls.

Deb Christie said...

I learned their bamboo sheets are mildew and odor resistant and they get softer when washed. I'd love to try them for myself.

Birdie Bee said...

I learned that these sheets are from Rayon from Bamboo linens are luxuriously soft, adjust to your body's temperature, are moisture wicking, mildew and odor resistant, and have a drape superior to virtually all bedding fabrics on the market.

Birdie Bee said...

I am eager to try these sheets because they adjust to your body's temperature and are moisture wicking which I need because I have hot flashes.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I learned that Rayon from Bamboo linens are a great alternative to petroleum-based microfibers or formaldehyde-treated cotton. Bamboo is the fastest growing plant, making it a very renewable resources, and there is no need to grow with use of any pesticides or fertilizers. Rayon from Bamboo linens is also luxuriously soft and supple.

Jerry Marquardt said...

The BedVoyage Queen sized Bamboo Rayon Sheet Sets in the Sage color appeals to me the most of all of the choices to me.

Heather! said...

I learned that these sheets will shrink a little, but they are made oversized to make up for shrinkage. I also learned and love that they are mildew resistant!

Heather! said...

Sorry, forgot to say that my name is Heather!. :)

Anonymous said...

I learned that they get softer when washed. connie danielson