7 Reasons to Choose Wholesale Microfiber Sheets

Monarch Brands is pleased to welcome a new offering to our hospitality linen collection — white microfiber sheets by Host & Home. These wholesale microfiber sheets have plenty of time and money-saving benefits for hotels, institutions, and rental properties with high turnover. Buyers of hospitality linens and bulk vacation rental supplies will appreciate the built-in value of our new Host & Home microfiber sheets. Read on to learn why microfiber sheets are the right choice for your customers.

1. Microfiber sheets feel soft and silky.

There are so many types of microfiber that you may not initially think of it as soft and silky, but there are almost as many techniques for weaving microfiber as there are products. Microfiber sheets are made from thousands of extra fine synthetic threads, which make a lightweight and very soft-to-the-touch fabric that is perfect for sheets. If you have ever slept on woolen sheets during a hot summer night, you know that comfort is imperative to getting healthy sleep. In contrast to cotton sheets, microfiber sheets are lightweight, soft, and remarkably silky on the skin. Our wholesale microfiber sheets have moisture-wicking properties, and while lightweight, their tight weave and fabric content make them warmer than cotton sheeting — perfect for guests during the cooler fall and winter months.

2. Microfiber won’t trigger allergies.

Staying up all night with allergies can be an exhausting experience. Unfortunately, there are quite a few allergens that can cause sneezing, sniffling, and sinus pressure. Floating particles of dust, mold spores, pet dander, and pollen are airborne irritants that can attach to fabrics.

Synthetic microfiber bedding repels allergens, which prefer natural fabrics to cling to. In addition, microfiber is so tightly woven that it prevents allergens that land on it from passing through and sinking in. Microfiber bedding is an excellent option for allergy sufferers.

3. Microfiber sheets are super easy to clean.

Microfiber sheets are made from a very fine polyester yarn, which repels grime and dirt, unlike cotton and silk sheets. Rather than scrubbing spots or rewashing dingy sheets, running them through a normal machine-wash cycle will refresh microfiber sheets easily. Unlike wool or flannel sheets, microfiber doesn’t retain moisture, so it dries fast. With proper care, your investment in bulk microfiber sheets will pay off. They will stay brilliantly white and fresh for a long time.

4. Microfiber sheets repel stains.

Laundry is a relatively simple process when there are no time-consuming, labor-intensive stains to tend to. Microfiber sheets are stain-resistant, so a normal wash cycle won’t take longer, even if some sheets look stained. As you’ll soon discover, the majority of microfiber’s inherent advantages stem from its construction. Because it is a synthetic material that is woven using yarn-winding machines, it features a tighter weave than standard cotton or linen. Synthetic microfiber, combined with this taut structure, naturally resists staining. When moisture droplets, like perspiration, come into contact with microfiber, they initially bead against the material’s surface. When wiped away quickly, virtually zero moisture enters or passes through.

5. Microfiber sheets are wrinkle-resistant.

Host & Home microfiber sheets make a proper neat presentation on a freshly made bed which is imperative for hotels, Airbnbs, and rental properties. As the saying goes, you only get one chance to make a first impression. Since microfiber sheets are made from synthetic materials, they are much less prone to wrinkling in comparison to natural materials, like linen, silk, or cotton. Microfiber is lightweight and dries quickly. Warm, dry sheets just need a quick, firm shake after drying to release any minor wrinkles before folding. (Of course, all bets are off in the morning after a great night’s sleep, when wrinkles don’t really matter!)

6. Microfiber sheets are durable.

Hospitality and institutional sheets are required to survive through all kinds of challenging scenarios — more wash cycles and all types of sleepers, including children and sometimes pets. They must be strong and durable. Our new microfiber sheets will last for years and look new thanks to an extra tight weave and strong synthetic yarn that increases the fabric’s longevity. A long life span is built into Host & Home microfiber sheets, for virtually no wear and tear. For high-turnover hospitality environments, these sheets are a must-have.

6. Host & Home sheets are color-coded.

Anyone who has been tasked with folding and organizing multiple sizes of all-white sheets and pillowcases knows that color-coded hem threads are a huge timesaver, not to mention a lifesaver for their sanity! Our microfiber bed linens have a designated color thread sewn into the hem of each size. This feature makes it so much faster and easier for laundry personnel to match the same-sized sheets and organize them for the housekeeping crew. A well-organized linen storage system saves time (and labor dollars) and makes gathering sheet sets much less complicated.

7. Wholesale microfiber sheets are inexpensive.

Wholesale linens, bulk vacation rental supplies buyers, and retail consumers greatly appreciate the low price point of bulk microfiber sheets. Microfiber is made using a simplified, lower-cost manufacturing process that is faster and more economical than processes used for other sheet fabrics like cotton.

Outfitting a large institution or vacation rental property (any size) with bedding linens shouldn’t break the bank. Valuable attributes like durability, easy-care washing, hypo-allergenic properties, and low price points are built into our Host & Home microfiber sheets. When customers need an economical solution for bulk bed linens, Host & Home has a value proposition that simply can’t be beaten.

When your hospitality customers need an economical bedding solution for high-turnover situations, educate them on the time and cost savings benefits of microfiber sheets. Reduce labor time and energy for laundry staff with quick-drying and wrinkle-free sheets. Man-made fibers reduce manufacturing costs and, thus, purchase prices. Stronger synthetic fibers resist stains and are more durable, increasing the lifespan of the fabric and reducing replacement costs.

Dave O'Malley

For more information about our bedding lines, contact David O’Malley.

David O’Malley
Account Executive
(215) 482-6100 x327
[email protected]


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