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Arona Plain Sateen Pillowcase
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Our Arona plain cotton sateen pillowcases are made from a 300 thread count 100% cotton sateen fabric to help guests enjoy a heavenly night's sleep.

Available in bag, housewife and mock oxford styles.

Our Arona pillowcases comprise of silky soft 300 thread count 100% cotton sateen fabric. The highest thread count in our collection, Arona is ideal for 5-star hotels and will please even the most discerning customer. The plain design will suit all guest rooms. Made from fully mercerised 100% cotton and available in bag, housewife or mock oxford styles.

The bedding stock of any hotel, restaurant or other establishment is a valuable asset that requires careful laundering and handling to maintain its integrity, appearance, function and durability.
100% Cotton Wash Guide

Our wash instructions are only a guide and might not be suitable for the care process you require. Please contact +44 1254 589 550 if you are not sure on any of the information provided below.

New cotton items should be washed before use to remove and loose fibres and remove any residual chemicals from manufacture.

Shake out linen to remove any cutlery, solid food residues and other foreign objects before loading into the washing machine. Items such as knives and pens can damage or permanently stain the fabric.

Always wash white goods on their own to prevent dye contamination from other colours

Do not mix colours on the first wash. Residual dye/chemicals may be present from manufacture which may cause cross contamination. Classify wash loads according to similar colours for subsequent washes.

Wash loads should also be classified according to the degree of soiling.

Detergents containing optical brightening agents will improve the visual brightness of white cotton goods.

For coloured goods, use a detergent that does not contain any optical brightening agents as this will mask the true shade and diminish the colour, particularly on 100% cotton items.

Residual staining can be removed using oxygen based bleaching agents but these should not be substituted for a good wash process with adequate detergency. Care and attention should be given to the conditions of use.

Stain removal using Chlorine bleach (Sodium Hypochlorite) will chemically damage and accelerate the weakening of cotton fibres. Over/repeated use will cause sufficient damage to easily tear the cotton. On coloured items, Chlorine bleach will cause permanent colour loss/shade change and should be avoided.

Cotton is more resistant to heat damage and white goods can be washed at temperatures up to 90C to remove heavy staining.

Coloured items should not be washed at lower temperatures not exceeding 50C to minimise colour loss.

Natural starches can be applied to cotton linen to impart polish and stiffness where required. Starching should take place on the final water based stage of the wash process after the fabric has been cleaned and all wash chemicals neutralised.

Ironing of cotton should be done whilst damp and is essential to complete the drying process, remove creasing and improve its aesthetic appeal.

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