The casual elegance of the Polycotton meets pure uncompromising comfort with a super-ultra soft, intact white sheet.
Polycotton blends are very popular because they are used to make the material stronger, more flexible and more versatile (faster drying) than 100% cotton and at the same time naturally does not stick to skin like 100% polyester. Polycotton linens are airy.
What are the Differences Between 100% Cotton and Polycotton Fabric? To begin with, the Polycotton blend is exactly what its name says: a fabric made of cotton and polyester fibers. The ratio varies, and the most common is 65% cotton and 35% polyester. 50/50 blends are also common. The blend is designed to allow the combination of cotton and polyester fibers into one fabric.
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