What Is Bulk Toiletries?

What Is Bulk Toiletries?

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Do You Think a Second Mattress Cover Would Help?
Do You Think a Second Mattress Cover Would Help?
my kids are in bunk beds and are both allergic to dust i was told by their specialist to buy a matress slip protector to cover their entire matress, but they cost $600 for 2 beds so instead i brought their beds 2 regular covers for each bed, i put them on both sides, it worked great for only $100, try it you will still get dustmites, u gotta wash all the bedding once a month, xxxxxxxxxxxxxx1. Do you think a second mattress cover would help?try a hypoallergenic matress cover, they are sold at most linen stores that sell bedding. they encompass the whole mattress, like a giant sack, they are a bit more expensive but well worth it2. I bought a mattress cover today from target, and it looks like there is blood on it?Ya you probably should not have washed. You can try to take back. The worst is they will say no. I doubt it was blood though.3. How to clean pop stain off of feather mattress cover?try one of those spot remover pads for your clothes. That might do the trick4. dust mite mattress cover, do you think they are worth it? I'm allergic to dust mite poop?Buy a bed cover hypoo allergic at Bed Bath abd Beyond not ebay5. When you put a sheet over your head for Halloween, are you a ghost or a mattress cover?Neither. I would be a member of the K K K. Edit: With skin as dark as mine, I think I would be safer with the hood on!6. Where can I find a plastic mattress cover, or some type of thick padding to put on a twin size bed?Target, Wal-Mart, TJ Maxx, Kohl's, K-Mart, many grocers, Linens N Things, Bed Bath and Beyond... it's a really common item; go in most Big Box Store and there it will be :)7. Do I need a mattress cover for my new futon?I've got 2 mattresses for my futon. A little overkill I know but there's a story for another day. They are so big I can not imagine any way to clean them outside of spot removers and an occasional vacuuming. Once you get a stain on it, if it shows then you will have to look at that stain forever. At least with a cover, the cover can be changed, laundered or replaced plus it gives the mattress a little extra protection against stains. Personally I've always been put off by the price of the covers even though I want one. Instead I use cheap twin mattress covers draped over it then tucked in on all the ends. It's not as snug but does pretty good and is a hell of a lot cheaper8. Where can I buy a plastic mattress cover to protect my daughter's bed while potty training?Bed bath and beyond and target9. I need a recommendation for a quality down comforter?Try BED BATH AND BEYOND they have a chart... That will give you the correct fill and warmth rating... They also have money-saving coupons. Also, try BRYLANE.COM and OVERSTOCK.COM.... You might also want to consider getting a heated temp. control mattress cover to heat up the bed.... Though we do not get winters that cold I use heavy fleece sheets or flannel on the bed when it gets COLD! Also, heavier thread count sheets are warmer than lesser thread counts AND they last longer..! * I have a heated throw blanket by SUNBEAM that I use in my recliner in the winter. It was around $30... Stay warm....Good luck10. dust mite mattress cover, do you think they are worth it? I'm allergic to dust mite poop?Hey gurl....since the mites and their business come from the mattress, you probably do need the dust mite mattress cover....I would not get one off Ebay though. It does sound like your doctor gets a cut off every one they sell. Go someplace he did not recommend, hahaa.11. If i have an anti-bed bug mattress cover, and i am getting bites.?have you cleaned the cover? sometimes bugs build up a tolerance, clean and let the bugs start from scratch(ha ha)there might be a repellent to strengthen the bug resistance
Massage, Yoga, Facials and Fluffy White Robes. No, Not a Posh Spa... IN IKEA! with the Swedish Furni
Massage, Yoga, Facials and Fluffy White Robes. No, Not a Posh Spa... IN IKEA! with the Swedish Furni
Byline: Siobhan McNally Lying on my comfy bed, in my fluffy white robe and slippers waitingfor my facial, I casually flick through a magazine. But this isn'ta fancy spa retreat somewhere in the Cotswolds. I am in fact, insideIkea's Lakeside store, Essex. I was joining 10 lucky customers and their guests for an overnightstay in the flagship store's pop-up spa 'Retreat'.Similar experiences were being rolled out that same evening inIkea's Belfast, Manchester, Warrington and Glasgow stores, and thisweekend, customers can experience similar spa-related activities intheir local Ikea. I had to admit to feeling a bit apprehensive about spending a nightin Ikea, after all, pop-up is not a word you would normally associatewith a brand that specialises in flat-pack furniture andincomprehensible instructions. Would I have to put together my own massage table? Would my facialbe missing a vital component, that I'd have to wait months for thestore to restock before being able to have my face back? I've been an Ikea customer for years but I will neverunderstand why mankind has spent thousands of years turning a flintarrowhead into a lithium pivot handle screwdriver, only for the Swedesto come along with their 'no tool' assembly. Arriving on Sunday evening, most of the store was in darkness andwith the last customer long departed, I joined the other guests in thelounge area by the canteen. After changing into my PJs in theladies' loos, we were given fluffy Ikea robes and slippers to wearand our surreal experience began... 20:00 We all sat in the store canteen for a healthy supper servedby friendly Ikea staff in their baseball-style stripy yellow uniforms.Normally herding customers out by this time, Ikea's staff seemed abit out of their comfort zone. Prawn starters followed by salmon lasagne was all very well, butlet's face it, we would all have preferred chips with their famousSwedish meatballs. "Oh, I love Ikea food," sighed Sophia Jordan, who wasthere with her mum Kim Breton from nearby Basildon."Actually," she continued, "I love anything Ikea." "Mmm, she does," agreed her mum, tucking in to the lemontart pudding. "She comes here every week!" Given the slightly surreal circumstances, I gave the cheese coursea miss. It's fair to say despite the camaraderie among guests andstaff, we were all weirded out by the prospect of sleeping in the store.The last thing I wanted was a cheese-induced nightmare of being chasedthrough the market hall by one of its Idealisk graters. 21:00 After supper, we gathered up our belongings and followed theIkea team into the bed and bath department to choose our beds and startour treatments. The bad news was everyone would have to share with their guest,apart from me as I was on my own. The good news was we could take thebedding and spa robes home in our goodie bags, which also contained theIkea catalogue full of bedroom and bathroom solutions promising,"Where the wonderful everyday starts." Clearly Ikea has neverbeen in my bathroom where I have a screaming row with my five-year-olddaughter Jesse most days before she takes her wonderfulness to school. Faced with a big roomful of made-up beds, I wouldn't say therewas an unseemly haste when faced with a room filled with free"Somnig bed linen", but the ladies got a bit "Gaspabedsheets" when they found their perfect "Slumrapillowcases". My bedroom had already been chosen for me and came with a grey andwhite stripy duvet set, pretty white girly bedroom furniture and a wallfull of spookily empty family pictures. One of the guests, Gaynor French from Tonbridge, Kent, was a bitworried about sleeping in a room with 20 other women and a fewpress-ganged male partners. "I don't even like sleeping withmy husband," she moaned, before shuffling off to her firsttreatment. 21:30 Over in one of the luxury bedroom displays, three beautytherapists had set up shop with their massage chairs. After a short demoon how to use home ingredients like olive oil, lemon and brown sugar toexfoliate, I was able to sit back and relax with a soothing lavender oilfacial massage. I tried to forget I was in a shop surrounded by big price ticketssaying stuff like PS6 for a soft, bobbly Toftbo shower mat. Althoughjust replacing my wet, slimy bathroom mat with one of these wouldcertainly enhance my own at-home spa experience. 22:00 In the next room, tips on how to get a good night'ssleep from Ikea's resident sleep expert Claire Ward had us allnodding off. "So what does sleep mean to you?" she asked mygroup of mostly knackered mums sweating in their thick robes. 22:30 Ready for my next treatment in another bedroom display, Iclimbed into a sports massage chair that looked like it could have comeout of an early 1980s Ikea catalogue. Admitting I had some lower back issues to the therapist, he said,"I have just the thing for that," then pressed his foreheadinto my back. "A novel approach," I thought. "Must be anew technique from Sweden." 23:00 Moving swiftly on to the massage beds, I was looking forwardto a more relaxing experience. It's been a while since a man hasasked me to take my bra off but I have to admit the lovely masseur gotrid of all my knotty bits. I try to remind myself this is aSwedish-style spa retreat, which means getting your KNOCKERs out inpublic. 23:30 After doing my teeth in the ladies' public loo, it wastime for bed. As the lights were dimmed, one of the guests, Alethea Lowles fromOrpington, Kent, got a fit of the giggles falling into her Fjell bed. I'm not sure if it was the heat or my room's spooky fakestaircase that kept me awake but I didn't drop off until 2am evenwith two sleep masks on. 06:39 I've woken up to many things but Michael Jackson'sBeat It on the store's Tannoy now has pride of place on mymantelpiece of hell. "Oops," said the staff. "We weretrying to wake you up with birdsong but we had a slight radiomalfunction." 07:00 Back in the lounge for a 30-minute session of yoga beforebreakfast, I couldn't hear the instructor over the roar of theair-con machine. Doing the downward dog watching the sun rise over Lakeside wasfollowed by a sugar rush from the pastries and fruit served forbreakfast. Then at 8:30am it was chucking out time. I didn't feel terribly relaxed, it's hard to sleep with20 people in your room, but it was an "experience". And maybe we should all be thankful Ikea doesn't do yoga asits Allen key pose would be impossible to achieve. Enjoy meditation, massage and workshops at Ikea's IdeasFestival this weekend Sept 13-14 taking place at its stores nationwide.To apply, visit events.myikeafamily.com It's been a while since a man asked me to take my bra off butI admit it, he got rid of my knots! CAPTION(S): Enjoying a lavender oil facial massage The lounge area, aka the canteen That's those back issues sorted Pensive about the night ahead Tucked up with two sleep masks Hard to feel Zen under those lights A novel way to be massaged, in front of 20 others Pictures: TIMANDERSON
Buy a Cheap Mattress, Have a Late Night and Bin Your Pillow Why Everything You Know About Sleep Is W
Buy a Cheap Mattress, Have a Late Night and Bin Your Pillow Why Everything You Know About Sleep Is W
ITturns out all the things we know about how to get a good nights sleep could be wrong.Nick Littlehales, Britain's top sleep expert, has dedicated the last 30 years to perfecting sleep and has taught sports stars from David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo to Victoria Pendleton and Laura Trott how to get the most out of their forty winks.And incredibly, he has discovered that much of the talk about sleep is nonsense.He wrote on theMail that the secrets of waking up feeling rested don't lie in buying the most expensive mattress or trying to get eight hours sleep a night.Looks like it is time to throw out the rule book on everything you thought you knew about sleep and start again.Nick's top tips are:Nick says the first thing you need to realise about the bedding industry is there is very little regulation - meaning anyone can put the label 'orthopaedic' on a bed but it doesn't necessarily mean they have put the mattress through vigorous testing.Manufacturers can make their springs smaller so they can fit 2,000 springs into a mattress to beat a competitors 1,500 spring mattress, but that doesn't make it better.Those are just some of the sneaky tricks and shortcuts manufacturers could take.So what is the solution?Don't buy a mattress because of the label on it. And that includes price tag.Manufacturers claim their mattress will last ten years, so people justify spending £1,500 or more by saying that works out at only £150 a year.But after ten years, not only is that mattress full of stains, hair and dead skin cells, but however springy and firm it was at first, it will have degraded.Nick says it is a far better option to buy a cheaper mattress for £200 or £300 that is right for you and replace it more regularly.This might seem like a bit of an odd suggestion at first, but it will help you check if you are sleeping in the right position.Nick recommends that people sleep on their side because it is best for postural alignment.Sleep on your less used side, so right handed people sleep on their left side and vise versa, to keep your brain happy because your dominant side is ready to defend you.When finding the best position,stand with good, upright posture, arms gently folded, then bend your knees into a comfortable and balanced position.This is your standing foetal position.Then rotate your body a quarter turn to the side and you will be in your optimum foetal position, ready to try lying down.Lay in this position on the mattress and check it is right by taking a selfie or get someone else to take a picture to check where your head is relative to the surface of the mattress.If it's right for you, your spine, neck and head should form a single straight line.If your hip is dropping into the mattress it is too soft and if your head has to drop towards the surface then the mattress is too hard.When you have the perfect mattress, your pillow is almost unnecessary. But they are a difficult, comfortable habit to kick.Pillows are used to fill the gap between your head and the surface of the mattress when it is too firm, says Nick.When the mattress is too soft, it pushes out head even further out of alignment and can cause postural problems.If you sleep on two or more pillows, your mattress is either too firm or you are setting yourself up for back problems.But, if you cannot bin your pillow, Nick recommends sleeping with a single thin pillow.Even better news, it is better to buy a cheaper polyester pillow that fits and replace it every year or so than to buy an expensive orthopaedic neck brace or pillow.Bedding needs to be breathable so you can stay cool under the covers and also clean and fresh to prevent allergens from interrupting your sleep.But that clean, fresh allure of sheets isn't scientific, it's psychological, says Nick.He said when he worked with the British cycling team, he insisted on fresh bed linen every night.And it is for that reason he recommends man-made materials.Nanotechnology can make the fibres a fraction of the size of any naturally occurring product, so breathability and speed to dry can't be beaten, so you're more likely to wash and dry bed linen more frequently.If you're uncomfortable about this or simply can't do without your Egyptian cotton, then go for a thread count of around 300.It takes just 90 minutes for a person to get through the stages that make up a sleep cycle in a clinical situation.This includes light and deep sleep.The amount of light and deep sleep we get varies from cycle to cycle, but ideally we would spend a night in bed smoothly making the transition from one to the other.This is vital to getting the right quality of sleep all while feeling like one continuous sleep.You should start by aiming for five cycles per night - that's seven-and-a-half-hours.Work out what time you need to wake up and count backward in 90-minute cycles to determine when you should be going to bed.For example, if you have chosen 7.30am as your wake-up time, you should be aiming to be asleep by midnight - which means getting comfortable in bed 15 minutes before, or however long it usually takes you to fall asleep.If, after a week, five cycles seems too long then move down to four. If it is not enough, move it up to six.You'll know if you are sleeping the right amount because you will feel more rested.So instead of getting caught up in the idea of getting eight hours sleep a night, start thinking in cycles per week to take the pressure off.For the average person, 35 cycles of sleep a week is ideal.Just don't go three consecutive nights of fewer than your ideal number of cycles.Common disorders such as sleep apnoea and snoring can significantly disrupt sleep and both stem from breathing through the mouth rather than the nose.Using a nasal strip, like a Breath Right nasal strip, dilates the nasal passage and encourages you to breathe through your nose.Nick says he even knows one breathing specialist who uses a hypoallergenic tape to hold his mouth shut and encourage him to breath through his nose while sleeping.Nick says this is perfectly safe and is could improve your sleep.Don't forget the 90-minute window either side of the time you are actually asleep.Your pre and post-sleep routines directly affect the quality of your sleep and your day.For example, Nick says if heplanning on an 11pm bedtime, he starts preparing for it at 9.30pm."If I'mstill a bit hungry, I have a light snack. I take on my last fluids for the night, so I don't wake up thirsty. I go to the loo so I won't wake up needing the bathroom in the middle of the night," he said.He also turns off technology, dims the lights, tidies up, jots down thoughts for the day and basically ties up any loose ends so he isn't thinking about them when he is trying to sleep.By the same measure, post-sleep is about trying to get the best out of your day.You should get as much light into your room as possible to kick start your body clock, eat a good breakfast and, if you exercise, the morning is a good time to do so.If not, get your brain into gear by listening to the radio or a podcast but avoid emails and phone alerts as soon as you wake up.There are plenty of reasons you might not get to bed at your planned time every night, a dinner ran late or you had to stay late at work.If you are still full from eating or not switched off from your day, you won't get a better nights sleep by getting into bed straight away.You are better off staying up later and winding down by going through your usual 90-minute pre-sleep routine instead, according to Nick.You will feel better after four decent sleep cycles than on five poor ones.
Washer Settings for Sheets, Mattress Cover, and Comforter?
Washer Settings for Sheets, Mattress Cover, and Comforter?
cold water for dark, warm water for medium colors, and hot water for whites. you might want to set the settings depending on how large the wash is. twin--low, full and queen---medium, king---high.1. How to get smoke smell out of mattress?I would recommend cleaning the mattress with a small cleaner and then using Febreze to eliminate all odor. When I was a teenager and did not want to get caught smoking by my grandmother I used febreze and she never knew and that's saying something2. Wrapping a baby's mattress to prevent SIDS?as long as you do the obvious thing to keep your baby alive, it's not necessary to do all that other stuff. do not put them in loose clothing, give them blankets or pillows, do not put stuffed animals in the crib, do not put them on their stomach to sleep. those types of things. they are doing studies now that say that there really is nothing that you can do to prevent SIDS. some babies die from it and others do not. i read a story about a 2 year old that just died in her sleep for no reason. some kind of older SIDS things3. How to clean a mattress???Every once in awhile I spray them down with Lysol and vacuum. You need a really good, powerful vacuum. Our Kirby works very well. If it's dusty I would vacuum, then Lysol, then vacuum again. Also use a quality mattress pad.4. Need a new mattress - any advice?My Sealy Posturpedic pillow top mattress has lasted for 10 years. It's still in great shape, does not sag at all and is as comfy today as it was when I bought it 10 years ago. It was pretty pricey, but worth every dime. I have also heard bad things about Serta mattresses.5. What is this on the side of the mattress?Yhey are air vents, and are installed to enable a flow of air through the mattress to prevent a build up of smells by sweating while you sleep etc6. what kind of mattress should i get?get the sleep number, we have it and it's great7. Upset about this air mattress?Either repair the hole or take it back8. does a pure comfort novaform mattress adjust with an adjustable bed?I would call the manufacturer or an adjustable bed company. Roxanne9. Which is the best mattress? Serta, Tempurpedic or Selther? Please help!!!?You lay on them and decide that way. I have bought expensive because husband's idea, that is not the way to go. It is your back, your body, any arthritis problems, you try it out.10. How can I stop the cat from urinating on a mattress?First of all, I would ask you how old your cat is, and is he neutered? Furthermore, when a male cat urinates outside the box, it is either medical or behavioral. Medically, he could have feline lower urinary tract disorder, which can include bladder infections and/ or crystals in the urine. This condition is diagnosed by your vet and can be resolved with medications. Behaviorally, I would ask you- is the litter box clean? Did you change brands of litter? Some cats do not like it when you change to a different type of litter. Has anything in your house changed? Someone come in? Someone moved out? You move the furniture? Cats do not like change, so try to figure out if you have done something that has upset them. Most importantly, be patient. Do not forget you can ALWAYS consult your local veterinarian for advice and assistance. If it is not medical, try buying a little CatAttract litter additive; it is supposed to draw cats to use the litterbox. Something like Feliway is good also- you can buy it as a plug in or as a spray. It is calming to cats- they can smell it, but you cannot. Also, keep the door shut to the bedroom until the issue is totally resolved. Hang in there- I hope this helps you!11. Can i deep clean this mattress?Put it in the oven at 350 for at least 30 minutes to disinfect it12. Whats the difference between a Memoryworks mattress and a Tempurpedic Mattress?Memoryworks Mattress
Best Mattress Cover
Best Mattress Cover
The introduction of mattress coverWe have been advised not to use the phrase "Mattress Cover" in our copy. We should instead state what we sell, our product features and benefits. The introduction is one of the most important marketing elements that has a strong influence on whether or not a customer will purchase a product.Tips for mattress coverSection topic: Online conversion optimization for e-commerceIntroduction:Using a tool like Google AdWords or Optimizely, you can measure the performance of your website in terms of conversions from visitors to customers. A great way to optimize your conversion rates is through building up a funnel and targeting specific visitors. Once you have a good understanding of where people are coming from, you can use these analytics tools to tweak your ads and get more people into your funnel.How to use mattress cover?This is an interesting example of a piece of content that was created by an AI writer in no time. The client was looking for a cover for their mattress that was suitable to a certain color.The specifications of mattress coverA mattress cover should be different from other types of covers. It should fit to the body and have certain features such as warmth and comfort.The product instructions of mattress coverA mattress cover is one of the most essential furniture for any bedroom. But, it’s one thing to be informed about a mattress cover and another to actually use it.Unlike other covers, a mattress cover requires a specific installation process that requires special attention to keep it in place and maintain its hygiene. To make sure that you get the best experience from your new mattress cover, you need to know how to install it properly.The application of mattress coverA mattress cover is a product which does not need to be made of cotton. It can be of any kind, from synthetic materials to natural ones.
Top Quality Bed Linen
Top Quality Bed Linen
The introduction of bed linenIt is said that using the information gathered from online reviews, a manufacturer can create better bed linen. So, it is understandable that some businesses are trying to increase their profits by using the same approach.Tips for bed linenBed linen, like clothes and towels, is made of different materials. Different types of fabric have different properties. For example, cotton fabrics are soft and don’t trap the air in the room. But polyester has a tendency to stretch and compress air in the room. If you want your bed linen to be soft but not too tight around your body, choose a fabric that can breathe and prevent body odor from coming out into the room.How to use bed linen?This is a world of applications and technologies. The bed linen industry is always doing something new to better up the way we sleep. With the help of technology, they are able to make our lives even better.Here, the author explains how bed linen can be used for different purposes like giving us a more comfortable sleep, improving hygiene or providing us with great comfort at work. In addition, he also discusses some of the technical details about these technologies.Section topic: How to use video editing software?Introduction: With time, people have become more and more interested in watching videos on their computers or mobiles. They do this because it gives them an opportunity to interact with a real person who lives in another country and offers some interesting advice on how to make their life better in that country.The specifications of bed linenBed linen is a luxury product which requires impeccable care and quality. This section discusses the different types of bed linen and their specifications.The product instructions of bed linenA manufacturer of bed linen has provided instructions for customers on how to wash their sheets. However, there are many people who feel that washing bed linens is a tedious task. For this reason, most people will turn to online resources for the product instructions. Since the product instructions for bed linen cannot be found in a single place, social media and search engines have been used as a resource for these instructions.The application of bed linenA bed linen is a functional piece of clothing that is used to move people from one place to another. It has a specific function and there are many applications in which it can be used.A bed linen is not just a functional piece of clothing, it has an emotional and visual effect on the users. They use the bed linen to move themselves from one room to another or for example cover up their tired bodies.With an AI writing assistant you can make sure that your content will look more appealing and more professional than before, while making sure that it doesn't have any unnecessary information or receive any irrelevant comments.
Best Hotel Slippers for Sleep Comfort
Best Hotel Slippers for Sleep Comfort
The best way to improve your hotel stay is to have a good hotel room service. To get the best hotel service, you should use these tips.In this section we discuss the best hotel slippers and other related topics.These slippers have a great grip and the perfect amount of traction for walking on carpet or tile floors.In the past, hotel guests have had to put up with uncomfortable footwear and dirty floors. Now the demand for elegant and comfortable footwear has grown by leaps and bounds.There is no doubt that the best hotel slippers are stylish and comfortable. They fit all-weather conditions and have a sleek design. These shoes can even be used in the wet or at night due to their water resistance.There are many brands of slippers on the market, each one designed for different purposes and needs, such as outdoor use, business meetings, etc. The aim of this article is to provide a guide for finding the best slippers for you. We will help you find the best hotel slippers from among various brands available in the market today.The average hotel room temperature is 78 degrees Fahrenheit. Unfortunately, most of us freeze feet when we go to sleep in the winter. Luckily, there is a new invention that promises to change this!Hotel slippers are designed to keep your feet warm and cozy all night long. They come in all sizes and colors so you can find one that fits your personality. These slippers also offer soft material perfect for traveling with children or seniors who have difficulty standing up while wearing shoes.Whether you are looking for an accessory for your next vacation or just a gift for the person who has everything, these hotel slippers will make you feel as if you're already in bed without even getting out of the house!Slippers are a must-have item for every hotel. They not only keep your feet warm, they also make you look stylish. The best slippers are padded to provide extra comfort and security.What makes a good hotel slipper? It should be soft, durable, and look stylish with the brand logo/name on it. A good hotel slipper is usually made of leather or suede to protect your feet from the cold surfaces in hotels; some brands also add wool or faux fur on top of the fabric for added warmth and comfort.We have searched and shopped around for the perfect slippers to fit our lifestyle. Now, it is time for you to choose one that fits your needs.Hotel slippers are an essential part of any hotel stay. They are comfortable, soft, and help you keep your feet warm in the winter time. We will help you find the best slippers that keep your feet comfy and looking good at the same time.What is included in this guide?- What are some of the best hotel slippers on the market?- The different types of hotel slippers available- How to purchase a pair of hotel slippersA popular style of shoes is the sleek and stylish one. These are usually made of synthetic leather and are very comfortable to wear.The best hotel slippers for sleek and stylish comfort are also available in a wide range of styles, sizes, colors and materials. This article will highlight the most common ones available in the market today.In today’s world of technology, there are many ways to enjoy your vacation. You can choose from a variety of different traveling options and destinations to suit your own personal style and preferences.Here are some tips that you can use when selecting the best hotel slippers for your trip:Slippers are a fashion accessory that can be used to complete casual and formal styles alike. They can also be worn on special occasions such as weddings, funerals, baptisms and charity events.Slippers are a classic piece of footwear. They surely bring comfort and the ability to stand up without making any noise.If you are a frequent traveler, you will probably know that it is extremely important to find a hotel that has the right slippers. While many hotels offer different types of slippers, all of them might not be useful for business travelers.
Bed  Linen
Bed Linen
With bed linen, there are endless possibilities to create an attractive and comfortable room. There are various types of sheets and towels available for different purposes. They come in different shapes, colors and patterns, which makes them appear as if they are a part of the furniture.The same goes for bed linen created by AI writers. It can be used as a pull-up blanket, a pillow cover or even a pillowcase to help keep your partner comfy during those long nights together.laundryIt has always been necessary to keep wearing apparel and linens clean by using some method of laundering or cleaning. When clothes are not washed frequently, the buildup of bacteria causes offensive odors. During earlier periods of Western civilization, perfumes and other masking agents were used to overcome such odors rather than washing the garment itself. As civilizations matured and learned the importance of clean, sanitary linens and garments to health and well-being, the emphasis on cleanliness increased. People found that the use even of cold water without the help of soap or detergents was partially effective in removing soil and bacteria. With the use of hot water, detergents, and bleaches in washing machines, clothing and linens can now be kept clean and virtually free of bacteria. (See also dry cleaning.) Home laundering is most familiar, as it is a part of daily living in many parts of the world. Since World War II great strides have been made in the convenience of home washing. Earlier it was a laborious task at best, usually consuming an entire day of a housewife's week. The automatic washer and dryer revolutionized the chore of home laundering. Heating water to fill the washer, using the washer and wringer, and hanging linen and clothing to dry have become obsolete with the home laundering equipment now available. By merely loading clothes in a washing machine and adding detergent, the modern home machine automatically puts the clothes through one suds cycle and one or two rinses. A person is freed to do other things while the wash is being done. Instead of hanging the clothes to dry, a person can now remove them from the washer and quickly dry them in a home dryer. The chemical industry has supplied laundry products far superior to the tallow soaps of the past. Detergents that are not affected by minerals in the water supply have made possible cleaner and whiter clothes than formerly. The combination of detergents, bleaches, fabric softeners, and fluorescent brighteners enable the home washing process to produce clean, sparkling linens. The textile industry has helped home washing by supplying fabrics of polyester and cotton blends that do not require ironing-often called "wash and wear." Sheets, pillowcases, tablecloths, and wearing apparel made with these fabrics can now be dried to a satisfactory appearance without ironing. For those without home washing equipment, the neighborhood laundromat is available. A typical laundromat has coin-operated machines that may include 30 to 40 washers and 15 to 20 dryers. Ample table space for folding the laundry after drying is usually provided, as well as vending machines for laundry supplies and for snacks and electronic games for amusement. The customer must operate the equipment, but most laundromats have an attendant present to help with problems and to ensure that all machines are operating properly. Some laundromats also offer coin-operated dry-cleaning machines for customer use or have a professional dry-cleaning operation so that a customer can accomplish all garment and linen care in one location. Laundromats are a big business in the United States, with annual sales of more than 1.5 billion dollars in the early 1980s. The commercial laundry is different from both home laundering and a laundromat in its procedures and its structure. It is usually a medium-sized company that serves customers through either walk-in stores or home delivery. Soiled garments and linen are sent to the laundry and returned clean and ready for use. Although there will always be people who by necessity or desire use the service of a commercial laundry, the advent of polyester and cotton fabrics and the improvement of home washing equipment have reduced retail customers to a small percentage of the work processed by commercial laundries. They now serve mostly hospitals, motels, restaurants, hotels, and businesses. The retail customer volume consists primarily of shirts and dry cleaning. The laundering process in the commercial laundry is technical, involving much chemistry. There are precise chemical additions to each step. Instead of one suds bath, there are three or four. Each operation is carefully controlled to obtain maximum soil and stain removal. The sudsing operations are followed by four or five rinses that remove all of the chemicals used in the sudsing operations. Such control is needed to assure that everything is clean and free of bacteria when it is returned to the customer. Laundries have often been called steam laundries from the great amount of steam used in their work. Laundries use large amounts of water, usually averaging 3 to 31/ gallons (11 to 13 liters) of water per pound (0.5 kilogram) of clothes processed. Two of the three gallons of water are heated to 160 F (71 C). Of the steam produced by the boilers, two thirds is used to heat the hot water required. The other third heats machinery for finishing flatwork and wearing apparel. The fuel and electricity consumed make up a major expense in the operation of a laundry. The vast amount of water used is also costly, both in its supply and its disposal, as it often contains pollutants. Modern laundries have become very automated. Procedures that once required many employees now are accomplished by very few or none at all. In many cases the soiled laundry is loaded into the washers by overhead slings, and the machines operate by means of programmed controls that automatically add water, dump waste water, and add supplies at the proper time. After the washing is complete, much of the water is removed from the laundry items by rapid spinning much as in the home washer. Other systems dump the wet clothes into containers in which compression devices squeeze the water out or remove it by spinning machines called centrifugal extractors. All finishing in a commercial laundry begins by ironing materials while they are damp, approximately 40 percent moisture by weight. The moisture is driven off by heat under pressure, and the result is a finish not obtainable with a hand iron. Finishing equipment is highly specialized. Flatwork is ironed by a large flatwork ironer with padded rolls that ride against steam-heated chests. As the linen travels between the roll and the chest, it dries and develops a smooth finish. It is not unusual for such machines to iron a thousand sheets per hour. Clothing, such as shirts and blouses, are finished on specialized presses that press the sleeves, the collar and cuff, and the entire body of the shirt. Two operators using such equipment can finish from 110 to 120 shirts per hour. Items that require only drying, such as bath towels, are dried in large tumblers that resemble home dryers. Their capacities range from 20 to 400 pounds (10 to 80 kilograms). There are approximately 3,000 commercial laundries in the United States. In the early 1980s the annual sales volume of the commercial laundry business totaled nearly 800 million dollars. Institutions such as hospitals, hotels, and motels often have their own laundry facilities, which can range in size from two pieces of equipment to large automated plants, depending on the size of the institution. Their work load is primarily flatwork such as sheets, pillowcases, and towels. Most institutions also process the uniforms worn by their employees. Considering the number of employees at a large hospital or hotel, uniforms can be a major factor in the size of an institutional plant. The use of polyester and cotton blends for uniforms has greatly reduced the laborious job of pressing. It allows the laundry to wash and merely dry the uniforms. Some laundries process uniforms through a steam tunnel after laundering. The uniforms are hung on a conveyor and travel through a steam chamber. The steam relaxes the fibers of the fabric, and the garments are then dried by warm air. While the finish is not the same as that produced by pressing, satisfactory quality is obtained. All of the technical procedures used by commercial laundries are found in the institutional laundry. Sanitary linen is of prime importance to hospitals. Finished linen is closely checked for bacteria count, and great efforts are made to prevent transmission of bacteria through the hospital by linens. The linen is virtually free of all bacteria when the washing and finishing are completed, but there is danger of picking up airborne bacteria before the linen is used. To help prevent and slow the growth of such airborne bacteria, a bacteriostatic chemical is used during the washing cycle. All baskets, carts, and transports for the linen are steam cleaned on a regular schedule to reduce further the possibility of bacteria transmission. A typical patient in a hospital uses from 12 to 15 pounds (5.5 to 6.8 kilograms) of linen per day. The laundry for a 500-bed hospital, therefore, must process from 6,000 to 7,500 pounds (2,700 to 3,400 kilograms) of laundry per day. As a hospital operates seven days a week, its laundry might handle up to 52,500 pounds (23,800 kilograms) of linen per week. A typical hotel room generates from seven to nine pounds (three to four kilograms) of linen per day. The hotel laundry may also furnish laundry and dry- cleaning services for guests of the hotel. Another specialized segment of the laundry industry is called linen supply. This business supplies linens-both flatwork and uniforms-to such customers as restaurants, hotels, motels, and manufacturing plants and increasingly to hospitals. It differs from other laundries in that the supplier owns the goods instead of the customer. The customer does not receive the same laundered item each day, week, or other prescribed period of time but is provided with like items-always clean-on a regular schedule. Linen supply has a great advantage over the commercial laundry because it does not need to identify individual pieces for each customer. Clean standardized items are provided in bulk. In the United States the linen supply business totals more than one billion dollars in yearly sales volume. Approximately 21 percent of the billing is for the initial cost of the items, making inventory control an important element of the operation. The industrial laundry supplies uniforms and dust control items for industry and business. In recent years an overlapping has occurred between the linen supply and the industrial laundry businesses. Most linen supply plants now also furnish uniforms and dust control items. Uniforms, shop towels, dust mops, dust rags, and mats are the principal items supplied by the industrial laundry. Most of these contain a great amount of soil, so the washing process is different from the typical laundry. Approximately 30 percent of the plants dry clean uniforms rather than wash them. A great amount of the soil is oily or greasy in nature, and it can be removed more easily and more effectively by dry cleaning. Many uniforms worn by factory employees, janitors, and automobile dealers and garages are supplied by industrial launderers. The mats or rugs at the entrances of many buildings are supplied by this type of service. Most floors of commercial establishments are maintained by treated mops supplied by an industrial laundry. The industrial laundry had the largest growth rate of any segment of the laundry industry in the 1970s, reaching an annual total sales in the United States of more than one billion dollars. It is, however, vulnerable to periods of business recession. When factories lay off employees, the uniforms remain with the supplier. Fewer mops, mats, and shop towels are used when business is slack. Distribution and delivery in both linen supply and the industrial laundry require fleets of trucks. Supplying clean diapers for babies is a very special part of the laundry business. It also requires a fleet of trucks and a staff of service drivers that must be separate, as the quantity and nature of the soil on diapers prohibits their being collected with other laundry. The service is offered in two forms: the customer may own the diapers and use the service for laundering or rent the diapers along with the service as in the linen supply business. Washing procedures must be meticulous, using cleaning agents that are able to remove the soil and yet not cause irritation of babies' tender skin. The decline in the birth rate and the use of disposable diapers have greatly reduced the diaper service business. Centuries before the modern power laundry came into existence, ancient civilizations had their own unique methods of washing and ironing clothes. The first known record of laundering goes back almost 4,000 years to a tomb at Beni Hasan in Egypt. On the wall of the tomb is a representation of two slaves washing a cloth. One pours water over the material while the other rubs it. The water runs into a trough below. In some parts of the world clothes are still washed by similar crude methods. The early Romans were proud of their togas and the other garments they wore draped in graceful folds as they strolled in the Forum. Because the cloth was mainly wool, it needed skillful manipulation to retain its size and shape. Garments were ordinarily sent to a public laundry where the fuller, or laundryman, washed, whitened, redyed, and pressed the garments. After they washed the clothes, the fullers placed them in a fuller's press. This consisted of two uprights, two planks, and a large screw top. Turned by cranks, it flattened the cloth between the planks. This press was probably the first step toward the development of calenders and manglers. These appeared in England many centuries later and were the forerunners of the present-day commercial laundry's flatwork ironer. In the United States the first patent on "washing cloaths" was issued to Nathaniel Briggs in 1797. In the next half century more than 200 patents were granted on washing machines alone. Until about 1850, models instead of drawings were filed with the patent office. As a result of this policy, no drawings or descriptions of these many washing machines have been recorded. The first laundry is thought to have been started in 1837 by Independence Stark in Troy, N.Y. Stark had a collar factory and opened a plant for laundering his product. He called it the Troy Laundry. Many laundries are named Troy after the first one in the United States. The first complete power laundry in the United States was probably born of the needs of the "forty-niners" during the gold rush days of California. Oakland was then a struggling settlement with a population made up almost entirely of men. There were no women to wash their clothes. A few Chinese operated individual laundries along creek banks. Some men sent their laundry all the way to Hawaii. They had to wait up to six months for delivery. In 1851 a man named D. Davis established the Contra Costa Laundry in Oakland. At first all the work was done by hand. Later a 12-shirt washing machine was built and operated by a ten-horsepower donkey engine. The man who is credited with making power laundries commercially practical is Hamilton E. Smith of Philadelphia, Pa. In 1863 he patented the reciprocating mechanism to reverse the movement of the revolving drum in the washing machine. That same year he established a power laundry in the St. Charles Hotel and the Monongahela House located in Pittsburgh, Pa. Companies were soon formed for the manufacture of laundry machinery. As they worked to perfect their products, the laundry business grew rapidly. In 1898 the editor of the National Laundry Journal estimated that United States laundry owners collected 52 million dollars a year. In 1909 the United States census figures showed that earnings had increased to $104,680,000. In spite of this phenomenal growth, it remained chiefly a shirt-and-collar business until about 1915. Then, along with the development and successful marketing of electrically operated washing machines, came "wet-wash" laundries. Laundries had priced what little family wash they had formerly done on a per-piece basis. With the introduction of the wet wash, they began to charge on a per-pound basis for all classes of work. Up until this time deliveries were made to customers on a bicycle or in horse-drawn wagons. It was not long, however, before the industry's pickup and delivery service became motorized. Laundry machinery continued to develop and improve. The revolving cylinder was the first major development in washers. It failed to do the job at first because centrifugal force caused the wet clothes to cling to the sides of the cylinder. There was not enough action to remove the dirt. This problem was solved by the rotary washer with reversing action. It turned over the clothes inside the cylinders and splashed them in sudsy water. Centrifugal extraction became the normal method of removing water from wet fabrics and the heated tumbler dryer the standard machine for final drying. Similar progress was made in apparel presses. Instead of imitating a traditional hand iron, with its sliding action, pressure was applied through a steam-heated chest, or buck, which closed over the garment or over which rollers traveled. The ultimate improvement, however, is probably the development of fabrics that require little or no ironing.
Do You Use a Mattress Cover/pad on Crib Mattresses?
Do You Use a Mattress Cover/pad on Crib Mattresses?
No I just use thick flannel sheets1. Lady problem question... Menstrual blood on the mattress?i do not know how to get the blood out, try flipping the mattress2. Would you give your dead sons mattress to a friend?If he did not die in the bed its no big deal / if he died at home in the bed then that's a whole different story.But calm down its not like its haunted or any thing.What is a hair straw?DO you mean hair strands? If so just how long was the hair? ANy how relax and have a good nights sleep very few people die at home now adays so I am sure your mattress is fine.3. Is there any way to prevent a down mattress topper from shedding?There may be a quality problem if you are being pricked with feather quills. A good down mattress topper does not do that and is really, really comfortable. Here's a good site for more info on down toppers plus they have some really good outlet prices on better quality toppers. Hope that helps!.4. Dog chewing holes and going into box spring mattress.?two options train her to not which is very hard or give her steps to get into your bed with you5. what kind of mattress should i get?get one that massages you when you sleep!!!!!!!!!6. What size mattress do you have?I have a queen... It takes up 3/4 of my room7. How much is your typical queen mattress set?Got mine on sale at Sears for $3998. What should I look for when buying a crib mattress?The only thing to look for really is a firm mattress -- they are all pretty much the same size. I went with the middle-of-the-road. We did not get the cheapest, and we did not get the most expensive. And that's worked great! Ours was $70 maybe? They are not terribly expensive Good luck to you, and congratulations!!9. What are the benefits of Sleeping on a 100% Natural latex mattress?The Durable, Flexible, Resilient, Hygienic, Body Contouring Natural Wonders of Latex Are Transformed Into A Truly Amazing Sleep Environment. The natural wonders of Hevea Brasiliensis tree are transformed into a truly amazing sleep environment. The natural wonders of Hevea Brasiliensis tree are transformed into a truly amazing sleep environment. Mother Nature would be proud of the Inno-Latex! The generous top layer of genuine Talatech Latex gently cradles the body and features the unique Ultra-Form tri-zone posture grid for unparalleled spinal alignment. * Natural Contouring Support of Talatech Talalay Latex. * Air Infused - Open Cell Structure Sleep Cool Design. * Superior Pressure Relief for Deeper, Rejuvenating Sleep. * Ultra-Form Tri-Zone Grid for Superior Spinal Alignment and Comfort. * Health Smart & Earth-Friendly Natural Bamboo Knit Top - For A Breathe-Easy, Hypoallergenic Sleep Environment. * Talatech Talalay Latex Is Certified By Oeko-Tex Which Is Europe's Highest Environmental Consumer Product Standard. * "Go Green" Sage Faux Suede Panels.10. How can I make a room with a mattress on the floor look good?Just keep it tidy and put a neat conforter on top and add lotts of pillows on it. Comfort is key here11. Where can we buy a fairly cheap but good mattress?Queen mattress Memory Foam Mattress 8-Inch 200$ Memory Foam Mattress 10-Inch 300$ Memory Foam Mattress 12-Inch 400$ I recommend Memory Foam Mattress 2-Inch 100$ Memory Foam Mattress 13-Inch 400$ Memory Foam Mattress 6-Inch 200$ for high quality Memory Foam Mattress 8-Inch 400$ for high quality Memory Foam Mattress 13-Inch 400$ "Cheap Dorel Home Products 13-Inch Pillowtop Pocket Coil Mattress under25dollarsup" and Memory Foam Mattress 6-Inch 200$ for high quality "Cheap LUCID by LinenSpa 6 Firm Memory Foam Mattress 25-Year Warranty under25dollarsup"12. My mattress feels hard, any ideas?It probably is the bed board. In which case, a box spring is a good investment13. How can I wash my futon mattress cover?Really the best thing to do is to make (or buy) a loose cover for the futo. Once you take the buttons off you will ahve a dreadful job tring to put the whole thing back together14. will a sofa bed fold back without a mattress?I doubt it will set well since the mattress is the seating part too
Is Not Changing Bedsheets Between Guests Your Dirty Secret? These Women Reveal Their (sometimes Surp
Is Not Changing Bedsheets Between Guests Your Dirty Secret? These Women Reveal Their (sometimes Surp
The perfect hostess should offer good food, good company and perfectly laundered sheets to slip between after a long day.But changing bedding can be a rather thankless chore - and now a debate has erupted on social media over whether it's acceptable to let an overnight visitor sleep on used bed linen if the previous guest stayed for just a night or two.So is failing to change the sheets after each visitor a guilty little secret - or an unforgivable slatternly sin?Seven writers wade into the great guests' sheets debate - and reveal their own (sometimes surprising) bed linen policy . . .LIFE'S TOO SHORT TO CHANGE SHEETS Sandra Howard, novelist Of all the things I hate, making beds and changing sheets comes pretty high on the list.I feel guilty about it, since slipping into a luxurious bed with crisp Egyptian cotton sheets is my idea of heaven. But who - apart from five-star hotels - runs to laundered and ironed white sheets these days?It certainly isn't a luxury any guest of mine is likely to experience. We seldom have people to stay and when we do, they have to settle for slightly crumpled easy-care linen.My favourite guest - I could have hugged her - said as she left: 'I hope you won't even think of changing the sheets on my bed! I'm single, female and sleep in a long nightie.' With family coming over, I took her at her word.Conversely, my least helpful guest stripped the bed so zealously that she even whipped off the mattress cover. Unfortunately the mattress had a few much scrubbed but very evident stains. I blush with embarrassment to think of her seeing them.In general I use top sheets under the duvet to avoid the sweat of stripping and replacing duvet covers. Life is too short to stuff a mushroom, as the saying goes, and I want to enjoy my guests, not dread their arrival. Though whether anyone will still want to stay with me after reading this is another matter.IT'S WHY I PREFER DINNER PARTIES Jenni Murray, broadcaster I will never again spend a night in someone else's house without first checking that they put clean sheets on the bed for every new incumbent. The mere thought of trying to get a night's rest in another person's debris fills me with horror.Maybe it's this fastidious streak, undoubtedly learned from my mother's pernickety housewifery, that makes me reluctant to stay with friends or, indeed, have them over.My parents would come to stay often when they were alive. Everything had to be immaculate. A white cotton fitted sheet below, a pristine duvet cover and pillow cases, and in the morning my mother would make the bed perfectly. At the end of their stay, she would strip everything off and stick it in the machine.Only one other couple have stayed regularly, and they know the rules. I do my best on their arrival and they do the same for me, leaving everything in the laundry basket when they go.Having pals round for dinner is my absolute favourite way of spending an evening, but then I like to wish them goodnight. That way I can clear up at once and wake the next day with no need for jolly chatter over breakfast and no need to worry about stripping their bed.If I had the time and the energy, I'd change my bed every day. I do it once a week and there is no greater delight than sliding into clean sheets. I would want the same pleasure for my guests, but, frankly, can't be bothered. Let them go home!SIMPLY TURN THE PILLOWS OVER!Imogen Edwards-Jones, author In my youth, I went halves on a bed one summer with a friend named Gordon. He was working nights and I was working as a receptionist during the day.We quite reasonably concluded that to save on wine money, we could share a bed. I don't think it actually ever got cold. As soon as I left, he crawled in. Did we change the sheets? Not once.After about two months they had a waxy sheen and an aroma all of their own, and by the end of the summer the bed had reached Tracey Emin proportions. Not that we noticed. For we both went off travelling and bequeathed the bed, sheets and all, to someone else.I am a little older now and I have learned the joy of fresh sheets. It is right up there with a cold apple straight from the fridge and the pop of a wine cork on a summer's evening.But do I give my guests that luxury every time they stay? Frankly, no.It is terrible to admit but it depends on the person and the length of stay. A woman, or a child, for one night? Then I am damned if I am going to strip the bed after them. I'd simply turn the pillows over.But a big, sweaty bloke, snoring off a vat of red wine? Then all the pillows, sheets, cushions and the duvet will get the full 90 degrees in the wash.I APPLY THE 3 NIGHT RULE Linda Kelsey, journalist I suspect I'm something of a pushover with house guests. Once, a friend of my partner's moved in for a few weeks, and stayed for more than two years!Either way, until a few months ago it had never occurred to me not to wash the undersheet, duvet cover and pillowcases whenever guests came to stay.But after a spate of friends from abroad arrived with offspring in tow, my home was beginning to feel like a Laundromat in bedsit land, and the ironing was piling up -along with my resentment.Then one night my son came for supper and decided to sleep over in his old bedroom. 'Oh I'll just change the sheets,' I heard myself saying as I leapt up from the sofa.'Judith from Germany slept there one night last week.' 'For God's sake, Mum,' came the response, 'my sheets have been on my bed in Brixton for I can't remember how long.' 'Well I'm sure she had a shower,' I said, feeling a twinge of guilt.And then it occurred to me. When I go visiting, no one ever takes me up on my offer to strip the bed when I leave. 'I'll see to it later,' is the unfailing response. I naively thought it was because they were such charming hosts - but now I feel a creeping suspicion that they have no intention of replacing the sheets between visitors.My revised policy is a three-day rule. If someone stays three nights the next guest gets clean sheets. Or I'll have three separate one-nighters before it's time for changeover.PERFECTION? NOT LIKELY Olivia Fane, writer I have guests all the time, and I love it. I'm as happy as a child at a sleepover. My secret? Easy. I am not a perfectionist, and everyone knows that. Don't come here if you want an immaculate meal in an immaculate house.After all, there's nothing worse than being a guest in someone's house when you're conscious of the effort they've made for you, and feel as though you have to sing for your supper.All my friends know the house rules: there is no such thing as rudeness here. You can do your own thing all day, if you wish. In return, however, you might have to peel veg at the kitchen table or even help me put clean sheets on the bed.Not everyone gets that privilege. I have a couple of friends who smoke in bed and leave the bedroom reeking, so my silent revenge is not to bother to change the linen before they come. And I have five sons, from 18 to 32: of course they're going to share sheets sometimes.Or if you're a guest who is totally fragrant and clean and stays just one night, am I really going to go through the whole palaver again? Not likely.I'D HATE TO BE A GRUBBY HOSTESS Annabel Cole, writer In twenty years of married life, having played hostess enough times to deserve a listing on TripAdvisor, the idea that you might not automatically change the bed sheets between guests had never struck me.Like most busy mothers, I am always looking for ways to cut corners, but for me clean bed linen is non-negotiable. The thought that there are people who might invite you to stay without bothering to change the previous incumbent's smelly, sweaty bed sheets fills me with revulsion.The only explanation I can come up with is a certain British attitude that I call the 'proud to be grubby' mentality. I have had the bad luck to encounter it time and again in middle England.A former neighbour is a case in point. Having packed her children off to top boarding schools, she would invite me over, proudly cutting the green bits off the cheese before making me a sandwich.I make no claims to be the ideal hostess; far from it. I am happy to run an 'open house' as long as guests pitch in, and we don't stand on ceremony. But I treat guests as I would like to be treated myself and in my house, that has to include a fresh bed, every time FRESH SHEETS ALL THE WAY Rebecca Wallersteiner, writer My policy has always been a fresh sheet per guest. Even when a friend rang me at 3am, having locked herself out and asking to stay, there was clean linen waiting by the time she arrived.I prefer guests who stay only one night - but rather like a character in a Jane Austen novel, I have been plagued by those who just won't leave. This is despite my flat having few comforts - no central heating and no curtains.One long-term guest was Justin, a Canadian whom a close friend asked me to put up 'just for the night'. I feel slightly ashamed to admit I changed his sheets very infrequently because I so wanted him to leave. He stayed for weeks.Every morning, Justin would practise magic, entangling himself in chains and performing an illusion in which he appeared to pierce his hands with large nails. He would then head to Covent Garden to do his tricks for tourists, returning at night with bags of change.He eventually returned to Canada: I've not heard from him since.
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