When was the last time you bought new silk bedspreads? Scrap that, when was the last time you even changed your silk bedspreads? If, like my housemates, you resist washing your silk bedspreads in case they’re not dry by the time the next evening rolls around purely because that’s the only set you own, maybe it’s time to reassess the situation. You can sweat up to four pints a night, that’s more than the average gym session and you don’t spend a couple of weeks rolling around in the same old gym clothes, do you. Do you? And anyway, the feeling of brand new silk bedspreads is like the feeling of brand new socks, but on steroids. You want to make your bed the ultimate sanctuary for you, and hopefully for someone else too. Suspiciously stained silk bedspreads aren’t gonna entice anyone.
There is nothing you should rather slip between, unless it’s the thighs of someone who’s already between them. They may be ridiculously expensive, but silk bedspreads come with all kinds of benefits no one would ever have thought possible from a set of linen. It’s a natural heat conductor which keeps you cool when it’s warm, and warm when it’s cool, and silk bedspreads have been recognized for their soothing properties and its ability to relieve skin irritations and poor circulation. Even if reading all that you’re not feeling flossy enough to splash out on the whole set, why not treat yourself to just a couple of silk bedspreads?
Whether buying wild or cultivated silk bedspreads, the advantages of purchasing silk bedspreads range from delaying the wrinkling process, to protecting against allergens. Further, while more time-consuming than other fabrics, caring for mulberry silk bedspreads alone should not deter an individual from otherwise purchasing a set of desired silk bedspreads.