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French Linen Sheets Set | 4 Pieces- 1 Flat Sheet, 1 Fitted Sheet, 2 Pillowcases

French Linen Sheets Set | 4 Pieces- 1 Flat Sheet, 1 Fitted Sheet, 2 Pillowcases

Regular price $129.99 USD
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100% French Natural Linen—DAPU pure linen set is made from high quality French flax grown in Normandy and processed without chemicals. Stone washed for durability and a soft feel. Manufactured with OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification for eco-friendliness. Soft and durable, and gets softer with each wash. Breathable and moisture-absorbent for year-round comfort. 

Material: Pure Natural Flax Linen
Color: Natural Linen
Pattern: Solid
Brand: DAPU

ASSESSMENT AS OF: JANUARY 2024

HOW TO GET STARTED

  1. When your current sheets go threadbare or end of life, investigate linen sheets
  2. Wash on a gentle setting with cool or cold water
  3. Patch as needed
  4. Use a fabric shaver to remove and pill
  5. Dispose of in compost at end of life

EMBRACE

  1. Won't emit microplastics when disposed of
  2. Is biodegradable
  3. Is incredibly comfortable


AVOID PRODUCT TYPE

Poly blend bedding


AVOID

  1. Poly blend means it is partially plastic
  2. Can't be biodegraded like all-natural textiles
  3. Doesn't feel great against the skin


Noteworthy Product Attributes

Linen sheets are aesthetically pleasing

Overall Sustainability Score - 79 / 100

Score Breakdown

Manufacturing (Score - 9/10) - Made close to its target market

Distribution (Score - 9/10) - Made close to its target market

Cost (Score - 5/10) - Costs about 5X as much as poly blend alternatives

Packaging (Score - 5/10) -  Contains some plastic in its packaging

Effectiveness (Score - 9/10) - Cool, nice to the touch sheets. Some may find linen a bit harsh

Lifespan (Score - 9/10) - Will last decades with proper care. Won't become threadbare easily

Fun (Score - 9/10) - Provides a classic aesthetic

Relevance (Score - 9/10) -  A proven bedding textile

Disposal (Score - 10/10) - Is biodegradable. Just throw it in the compost

Recycling (Score - 5/10) - Not recyclable in most settings