Why are Eucalyptus Sheets sustainable?
Glad you asked! Let's start from the beginning. Our eucalyptus is sourced from sustainably managed and biodiverse farms. The wood pulp of these eucalyptus is used to create our fabric, via a closed-loop Lyocell process ensuring there is minimal wastage during the production process. These cellulosic fibres are naturally biodegradable, degrading faster than most fabrics. Our products ship in a 100% biodegradable and compostable packaging. There's no messing around with our planet at Bed&Butter.
You can even sleep better knowing you've made the better choice by you and our planet.
How are your sheets made?
Our sheets are made from 100% eucalyptus, sourced from sustainably managed and biodiverse farms.The wood pulp of these eucalyptus is turned into yarn, via a closed-loop Lyocell process ensuring there is minimal wastage during the production process (96% waste free). This yarn is then spun and weaved into the glorious Bed&Butter eucalyptus sheets. Our sheets are OEKO-TEX100 certified meaning we do not use any toxic chemicals in the making.
Can I use these sheets if I'm allergic to eucalyptus?
Absolutely! Our sheets are made from eucalyptus wood pulp, which is safely processed into yarn without any oils or perfumes that might cause allergies. So you can sleep soundly knowing your bedding is gentle and safe on your skin.
Where are your sheets manufactured?
Our sheets are manufactured in India from eucalyptus sourced from Canada and Europe. Our manufacturing partner is one of the largest employers in the country. Their employees are paid above-average wages and receive additional benefits including healthcare and education. They work 8-hour shifts in a highly automated factory. Eucalyptus sheets production is a highly specialised process and require the best of the best to make them! The production process is ethical from start to end.
What is the thread count?
Our sheets are 400 thread-count and a sateen weave. After multiple R&D rounds, we chose 400 because of its airy and breathable properties.
It is a common misconception that the higher the thread count, the better the fabric. This is not always true. Rather than the thread count, it is the quality of the threads used that is important. Thread count has nothing to do with a fabric’s breathability, comfort or softness. A 400 thread count sheet may be softer and more breathable than a 1000 thread count sheet. Factors like breathability come down to the quality of yarn used.
How do I take care of the sheets?
Our Eucalyptus Sheets are made from 100% eucalyptus wood pulp and do not use any toxic chemicals. While these make our sheets amazing in every aspect, they do require special care (as all good things do!).
Machine wash cold with a gentle detergent. Line dry (preferably) or tumble dry on low and gentle setting.
In case of stains, apply detergent on the targeted area for 10 minutes and pop them in the washer following the above instructions.
Please do not use bleach-based detergents or fabric softeners.
Eucalyptus is a durable, natural material and, with the right care will last years. Best part? Our sheets get softer with each wash.
What are your shipping and returns policy?
Free Australia-wide shipping over $75.
Additional rates will apply.
We accept 30-day free returns for unused products. If you have any issues with the products, reach out and we'll make it right.
Read more about our policy.
Do these sheets have pilling?
Since our eucalyptus sheets are made from natural fibres and no toxic chemicals are used to treat these fibres, they may be prone to slight pilling if care instructions are not followed. To prevent pilling, please avoid friction with rough surfaces and follow the wash and care instructions provided!
Eucalyptus is a durable, natural material and, with the right care will last years.
Do you have any certifications?
Bed&Butter sheets are OEKO-TEX 100 certified. This means our sheets go through strict tests to ensure no toxic chemicals were used in the making. Our sheets are safe for everyone!
How do I take care of Cashmere Wool socks?
- Machine wash cold using a gentle detergent. Wash inside out.
- Line drying is preferred.
- Please do not use bleach-based detergents or fabric softeners.
As cashmere is a delicate natural fibre, it’s prone to bobbling or pilling after wear. Pilling will normally occur in areas exposed to friction, which causes the shorter Cashmere fibres to lift out of the surface and create small balls. Pilling can easily be removed by running a pilling comb over the area and will lessen over time after a few washes.