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How to Wash and Care for Your Linen Sheets I Softening & Drying Tips

Sleep is a self-reward for the work done during the day, so it is worth giving it the highest possible quality. We know how essential it is to have a good night's sleep, and the bedding we use can have a significant impact on how we feel when we wake up in the morning. Linen bedding, just like linen clothing, gives a feeling of luxury and naturalness and is also hypoallergenic and very durable. However, in order to keep linen bedding for a long time, you need to know how to care for it properly. In this article, we will find it out.

How to Wash Linen Sheets

Linen is a delicate fabric, and it is important to treat it with care just like your favorite linen dress. Before washing your linen sheets, always check the care label for any specific instructions. In general, linen can be washed in a washing machine using cold or warm water on a gentle cycle. We recommend you avoid using hot water, as this can cause shrinkage and damage to the fibers.

It is best to use a mild detergent when washing your linen sheets. Harsh detergents can damage the fibers and cause the fabric to become stiff. If your linen sheets are particularly dirty or stained, pre-treat the stains before washing them. You can use a stain remover or a mixture of baking soda and water to gently scrub the stains.

When washing your linen sheets, it is important to avoid overloading the washing machine. This can cause the sheets to become tangled and can prevent them from being cleaned properly. It is also recommended to wash linen sheets separately from other clothing items to avoid any damage or color transfer. You can safely wash linen bedding with linen pants, overalls, or other linen clothing of the same color.

Briefly, how to wash linen bedding:

  • Check the label for specific instructions
  • Choose a gentle cycle for the washing machine
  • Avoid hot water
  • Avoid harsh detergents
  • Avoid overloading the washing machine
  • Wash them separately

How to Soften Linen Sheets

Linen sheets, just like linen clothing, can sometimes feel stiff and scratchy, especially when they are brand new. To give you the best linen bedding experience, we recommend using a few simple but essential linen softening tips.

First of all, to soften linen bedding, we recommend that you use fabric softener when washing in the washing machine. However, this can sometimes cause the fabric to become less absorbent and can leave a residue on the sheets. A better alternative is to use a natural fabric softener, such as white vinegar or baking soda. Simply add half a cup of white vinegar or a quarter cup of baking soda to the rinse cycle to soften your linen sheets.

One more recommendation to soften your linen sheets is to hang them outside to dry in the sun. The sun's UV rays can help to break down the fibers and make them more flexible. Be sure to hang the sheets in a shaded area to avoid any damage from direct sunlight.

Briefly, how to soften linen bedding:
  • Use fabric softener
  • Try vinegar or baking soda as a fabric softener
  • Let them dry in the sun (shaded area)

How to Dry Linen Sheets

We have drying advice for those who have linen bedding that will help you enjoy your linen bed for a long time. When it comes to drying your linen sheets, it is best to avoid using a dryer. The heat from the dryer can cause the fabric to shrink and can damage the fibers. Instead, hang your linen sheets outside to dry or lay them flat on a drying rack indoors. Sometimes we all indeed want to save our precious time and enjoy our linen bedding faster. If you still can't avoid the dryer, choose a low or medium-heat program.

If you choose to hang your linen sheets outside, be sure to shake them out first to remove any wrinkles. Hang them on a clothesline or drying rack and allow them to dry naturally. Avoid using clothespins, as they can leave marks on the fabric.

If you prefer to dry your linen sheets indoors, lay them flat on a drying rack. Avoid using a hanger, as this can cause the fabric to stretch out of shape. You can also place a towel on top of the linen sheets to help absorb any moisture.

Briefly, how to dry linen bedding:
  • Hang them outside
  • Lay them flat on a drying rack indoors
  • Choose low or medium heat programs on the dryer

Tips for How to Care for Linen Sheets

Proper care is essential to keep your linen products like linen sheets or linen clothing looking and feeling their best. Here are a few tips to help you care for your linen sheets:

  • Wash your linen sheets regularly to keep them clean and fresh.
  • Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners, as they can damage the fibers and cause the fabric to become less absorbent.
  • Store your linen sheets in a cool, dry place to avoid any damage from moisture or humidity.
  • If you notice any stains on your linen sheets, treat them as soon as possible to prevent them from setting.

Our detailed guide on linen care, titled "How to Clean, Iron, and Wash Linen," is available to read on our blog journal if you're interested in learning more about linen care. In this article, you will find all useful information on how to care for linen clothing and, of course, linen bedding.


By following these simple tips, your bedding will look its best. With proper care, your sheets will become softer and more comfortable over time, making them a valuable investment in your bedding collection.