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The Miracle Sheet Set

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Premium sheets made with all-natural silver that prevents 99.9% of bacteria growth

  • Temperature
    regulating
    (keeps you cool)
  • 3x less
    laundry needed
  • Luxuriously soft
    Supima cotton
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  • "They prevent odors and dry up to twice as fast"

  • "Kills bacteria before it has the chance to breed"

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  • "Works to eliminate
    99.9% of bacteria"

  • "Helps fight germs and keep odors away"


The Science Behind Miracle

Our sheets use anti-microbial silver that prevents 99.9% of bacteria growth.

  • REGULAR FABRIC

    Extensive bacteria
    after 2 weeks

    Normal fabric is a breeding ground for bacteria that lead to odors, stains, and even acne.

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    THE SCIENCE EXPLAINED

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    Silver ions naturally possess a positive charge that connect to bacteria like a magnet and prevents 99.9% of bacteria growth from the inside out before it has a chance to reproduce.
  • MIRACLE FABRIC

    Minimal bacteria
    after 2 weeks

    Miracle uses natural silver to prevent 99.9% of bacteria growth through a natural process called Ionization.

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    THE SCIENCE EXPLAINED

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    Silver ions naturally possess a positive charge that connect to bacteria like a magnet and prevents 99.9% of bacteria growth from the inside out before it has a chance to reproduce.

The benefits of our silver fibers

  • 3x less laundry

    3x less laundry

    The Miracle Towel dries twice as fast as a regular towel and requires half the laundry.

  • Temperature Regulating

    Temperature Regulating

    Our natural silver is thermoregulating, meaning you sleep at the perfect temperature all night long.

  • Healthier Skin

    Healthier Skin

    Stop sleeping on bacteria that gives you acne.
    Upgrade to a cleaner sleep.

Luxury Quality

We've been making luxury sheets for over a decade. If you don't love the quality of Miracle Sheets, return them free of charge – no questions asked.

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ANTI-BACTERIAL SHEETS

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Transform your sleep with our premium 350-thread-count bed sheets.

Infused with natural silver, Miracle sheets are naturally thermoregulating and prevent up to 99.9% of bacterial growth. That means:

BENEFITS OF NATURAL SILVER:

 Stay cool all night long. No more night sweats. 
✓ Designer for clearer skin. Stop sleeping on bacteria! 

 No more odors. Prevents 99.9% of odor-causing bacteria growth.
 3X less laundry needed. Stays fresher longer!

✓ L
uxuriously soft nights of sleep, every. single. night.

This set includes 2 pillowcases*, 1 fitted sheet, and 1 flat sheet.

Signature is our best value version of Miracle Sheets. Made with premium percale cotton and designed to feel extra crisp and cool. 

*Twin sheet set includes only 1 pillowcase.

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Anti-Bacterial Bath Towels
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Size Guide

(W x L)
Bath Towel 30” x 56”
Hand Towel 18” x 28”
Washcloth 13” x 13”

Size Guide

Fitted Sheet (W x L x D)

TWIN
39" X 75" X 16"
FULL
54" X 75" X 16"
QUEEN
60" X 80" X 16"
KING
76" X 80" X 16"
CALI KING
72" X 84" X 16"

Flat Sheet (W x L)

TWIN
71" X 98"
FULL
86" X 98"
QUEEN
94" X 102"
KING
112" X 104"
CALI KING
110" X 104"

Pillow Case (W x L)

TWIN
20" X 27"
FULL
20" X 27"
QUEEN
20" X 27"
KING
20" X 37"
CALI KING
20" X 37"

Duvet Cover (W x L)

TWIN
64" X 90"
FULL
90" X 94"
QUEEN
90" X 94"
KING
104" X 94"
CALI KING
104" X 94"

Comforter (W x L)

TWIN
64" X 90"
FULL
90" X 92"
QUEEN
90" X 92"
KING
104" X 92"
CALI KING
104" X 92"
 

Fitted Sheet (W x L x D)

Flat Sheet (W x L)

Pillow Case (W x L)

Duvet Cover (W x L)

Comforter (W x L)

TWIN 39" X 75" X 16" 71" X 98" 20" X 27" 64" X 90" 64" X 90"
FULL 54" X 75" X 16" 86" X 98" 20" X 27" 90" X 94" 90" X 92"
QUEEN 60" X 80" X 16" 94" X 102" 20" X 27" 90" X 94" 90" X 92"
KING 76" X 80" X 16" 112" X 104" 20" X 37" 104" X 94" 104" X 92"
CALI KING 72" X 84" X 16" 110" X 104" 20" X 37" 104" X 94" 104" X 92"




FAQ

Does Thread Count Matter in Bed Sheets?

The thread count in sheets refers to the number of horizontal and vertical threads per square inch. When it comes to threat count, it’s generally the higher the better! However, thread count isn’t everything. You can find good sheets with a thread count as low as 200 even though some people are willing to pay top dollar for thread counts that are over 1,000. The Miracle brand offers two different thread counts: 350 and 500. The 350 thread count is the “Signature” sheet that is made with Supima cotton in a percale weave. The 500 thread count is the “Extra Luxe” sheet that is also made with Supima cotton but in a sateen weave. Both of them are perfectly soft and comfortable -- which just goes to show that you don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on 1,000+ thread count sheets just to get a quality product.

What Is the Best Material for Bed Sheets?

Bed sheets come in a variety of different materials ranging from cotton to polyester, linen to flannel, and silk to bamboo. However, the best material for bed sheets is definitely cotton. This is because cotton is extremely soft and breathable so you don’t get too hot while you’re underneath the covers. But not all cotton is the same. There are different staple lengths and weave patterns that can affect the feel of the fabric. For example, Miracle Brand sheets are made out of high-quality Supima cotton that has a very similar feel of the highly-desirable Egyptian cotton -- without the unrealistic price tag! Supima cotton is made out of long staple cotton fibers that are known for softness. This type of cotton is way softer and more luxurious than your typical “100% cotton” sheets that are usually made with American Upland cotton that uses a short staple cotton fiber.

When it comes to weave types, there’s percale weave, sateen, and jersey knit. Percale weaves are tightly woven but are extremely soft and are ideal for people who are looking to keep cool when they sleep. Sateen weaves are made by taking four threads over and one under to create an ultra-luxurious feel that will immediately make you think you’re in a five-star hotel. This weave is also heavier and is ideal for people who are looking to stay warm when they sleep. The Miracle Brand’s Signature sheets are made with a percale weave while the Extra Luxe sheets are made with a sateen weave so there are multiple options to meet your preferences!

What Is Silver-Infused Technology or Silver Fibers?

Silver-infused technology is an amazing feature of all the Miracle Brand’s products including bed sheets! Both the Signature and the Extra Luxe bed sheets are made up of 95% cotton and 5% anti-bacterial pure and natural silver. But why silver? Silver has ions that have a positive charge that is able to draw in bacteria like a magnet to help eliminate 99.9% of bacteria in the fabric and prevent it from replicating and spreading throughout the sheet. By eliminating bacteria in your sheets, you are able to keep them cleaner for longer and prevent acne that is usually caused by bacteria bred by oils, dirts, and sweat in your sheets. We promise that your skin will thank you for switching over to bed sheets made with silver fibers.

How Often Should You Change or Wash Your Bed Sheets?

You spend a lot of time in your sheets and it’s really easy to accumulate a lot of dead skin cells, oils from your skin, dust mites, and more gross things that you definitely don’t want to be sleeping in. Depending on your nightly routine and habits, you may want to wash your sheets either every other week or every single week. Here are some reasons why you may want to wash your sheets more often:

  • You run warm at night and sweat a lot while you’re sleeping
  • You go to bed without showering
  • You have a pet that sleeps in bed with you
  • You have allergies or asthma that are sensitive to dust mites

But what if we told you that you don’t necessarily have to wash your sheets every week? Sheets from the Miracle Brand made with silver-infused technology help to eliminate bacteria in the fibers of the sheets. That means that you can wash them less frequently and even end up doing three times less laundry than you would do with regular sheets! This small difference can end up saving you a ton of time, money, and effort doing constant loads of laundry every week. It might not seem like a lot, but running your washing machine really adds up quickly.

How to Properly Wash Bed Sheets?

Before you wash your bed sheets, make sure to separate them from the rest of your laundry and only wash them with other sheets and pillow cases that are similarly colored in order to avoid bleeding or fading in the wash. Once you have your load ready to go, wash your sheets in warm water with a mild, liquid detergent with no fabric softener or powder detergent. After your sheets are all nice and clean, you should tumble dry them on low heat. Make sure to remove them as soon as the timer goes off so that they don’t wrinkle. However, if they do wrinkle, you can iron them on a warm setting in order to remove wrinkles and creases for hotel-worthy sheets!

How to Easily Fold Bed Sheets?

Once your sheets are all nice and clean, it’s time to fold them properly. It’s no secret that even the most seasoned adults have problems folding their bed sheets -- especially the dreaded fitted sheet. Thankfully, we are here to tell you exactly how to do it so that you can easily store them in the linen closet until they’re ready to be used.

There are many different ways to fold sheets, but we have found that these ones are the easiest and also look the best. Let’s start with the comparatively easy flat sheet: Fold the sheet from the bottom to the top in order to get a really wide rectangle. Then fold one of the shorter sides over to the other short side. Then, from the long edge, fold that side into the middle of the rectangle. Bring the other side over the previous fold so that it reaches the far corner of the sheet. Finally, fold the resulting long strip three times to end up with a perfectly folded flat sheet. Now, let’s move on to the fitted sheet: The easiest way to do this is to use a large flat surface -- like your bed or even a big dining room table. Start out with the elastic edging facing up on your flat surface. Take the bottom corner of the fitted sheet and bring it up inside the opposite corner. Repeat with the other side. The resulting shape should look somewhat like a rectangle with the elastic portion still visible. Fold the bottom edge without the elastic toward the middle of the sheet. From the side, fold it into the middle of the rectangle. Bring the other side over the previous fold so that it reaches the far corner of the sheet. Finally, fold the resulting strip three times to end up with a perfectly folded fitted sheet.

How Long Should Bed Sheets Last?

With the proper care, bed sheets should be able to last for six to eight years. However, high-quality luxury bed sheets can last up to ten years with the proper care. So how can you prolong the life of your bed sheets? The first way is to wash them on a regular basis and follow the rest of the care instructions. However, if you frequently experience discolored or faded sheets, there are a few things you can do to bring them back to life:

  • Lemon juice
  • Baking soda
  • Vinegar
  • Borax

Believe it or not, but some things that you put on your face as a part of your skincare routine could actually be ruining your bed sheets. Ingredients like benzoyl peroxide and alpha hydroxy acids that are used in things like acne medications and chemical exfoliants can cause bleaching and staining of fabrics. So make sure to avoid using any products containing these ingredients with caution if you want your sheets to look brand new for years to come.