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Hello,

 

As the title says... where can I find good quality jersey fitted bed sheets which do not need ironing? I used to buy them in Germany for ~50 Euro/piece, they're easy to handle as they don't need ironing. Any idea where I can get them in Bangkok, either in-store or online? 

 

Thanks!

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There are people who iron their bed sheets? I guess I don't have enough free time to get such ideas.

You just use any random bed sheet, and a few hours after putting it on wrinkles are gone, doesn't need to be any special kind.

Check the department stores like Robinson, sometimes they have sales which put the bed sheets in reasonable price regions, still expensive compared to Europe though.

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Make very sure you get correct size - Thailand does not have same size standard as Europe or USA but they sell beds of all types.  Don't just go by Queen or King without measuring and checking sheet is designed for the size you measure.  Have found HomePro to be reasonable (for Thailand - always high priced for sheets).  

 

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6 minutes ago, Daffy D said:

The thickness of the mattress is also something to check..

 

Not all mattresses are the same. 

Indeed and many of us have toppers making it even thicker.  

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2 hours ago, lopburi3 said:

Make very sure you get correct size - Thailand does not have same size standard as Europe or USA but they sell beds of all types.  Don't just go by Queen or King without measuring and checking sheet is designed for the size you measure.  Have found HomePro to be reasonable (for Thailand - always high priced for sheets).  

Maybe it exists somewhere, but so far in my years in Thailand I think I've never come across a bed, mattress, or bed sheets which use the European metric system. I've always only seen the Twin (3.5ft), Queen (5ft), King (6tf) system being used in Thailand.

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1 hour ago, jackdd said:

Maybe it exists somewhere, but so far in my years in Thailand I think I've never come across a bed, mattress, or bed sheets which use the European metric system. I've always only seen the Twin (3.5ft), Queen (5ft), King (6tf) system being used in Thailand.

Depends where and what you buy.  Length is likely to be shorter than elsewhere even using Q/K type size label.  Scroll down on this link for official Thai size - but that can vary to other standards so you need to measure and be sure what you buy lists by measurements.

https://the-pillow.com.au/resources/bed-sizes

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On 1/26/2021 at 2:11 PM, richard_smith237 said:

When I hear that us foreigners are told ‘farang think too mut’....  I now get it !!!  :neus:

 

Some serious over thought on bed-sheets of all things !!!...  Yep, we definitely think too much !! 

I agree.

 

Next question... where can I buy small chocolate mints to place on my bed pillows?

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