COTE DE TEXAS: NEW GIVEAWAY IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!!!

NEW GIVEAWAY IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!!!

 

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In the spirit of the season – we have a second giveaway just in time for Christmas!

 

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Today Cote de Texas is welcoming back a favorite, long-time sponsor – VERO LINENS. To celebrate, Vero Linens has graciously offered to host a generous giveaway!

 

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Vero Linens sells luxurious Italian linens at discounted prices.  By cutting out the middle man, they can offer the consumer savings of up to 40% off retail prices.

Vero is the only provider of luxury Italian linens able to offer these bedding collections at wholesale prices.  In contrast, other luxury linen collections are marked-up 200-300% at retail boutiques.  Offered online – Vero’s large savings is passed onto the customer – you!

I own a set of these sheets and I can attest that they are beyond wonderful.  I’m so excited to have Vero Linens as a sponsor because their product is excellent and their low price is enticing – what a fabulous combination!

 

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Vero’s linens come in three colors.

On its web site, Vero Linens has included a number of “How To Tips” that explain their product, including how to care for fine Italian bedding, and what does the famous “thread count” really mean!!  Look for the list of the “How To Tips” HERE.

 

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Vero Linens come in your choice of plain or striped.  Also, notice all the linens are beautifully hemstitched. 

 

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Besides Italian linens, Vero has a selection of luxurious down duvets and pillows.

 

 

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AND, Vero Linens also sells luxurious towels and robes – which make excellent Christmas gifts.

 

But, the best news today is that Vero Linens is offering all Cote de Texas readers a 20% DISCOUNT when you make a purchase!!!  This discount, on top of their normal 40% discount – adds up to a 60% savings over retail cost!!

Vero Linens will offer the 20% discount for the entire week during the giveaway – and they will extend it for an extra three days after the contest is over (until December 17th.)

And, now the rules -

The Vero Linens Giveaway:

The lucky winner will receive one complete set of sheets – size, color, and pattern of their choice! 

To enter:

Just go the Vero Linens web site HERE to look around and shop.  While there – please choose one of the “How To Tips” to read.   Then, come back here and leave a comment telling me which Tip you read and if you liked it.

That’s all!

Be sure to leave your email address on your comment in case you win!!!!!

DETAILS:

The contest runs from this Sunday to next Saturday night, December 13th, at 11:59 pm. 

To get the 20% discount on all your purchases – enter the code:  Cote

when you check out.

Remember:

Go HERE to enter the Vero Linens web site to look around and shop.

To read the “How To Tips” – go directly HERE.

 

A huge thank you to Steve at Vero Linens for sponsoring this generous giveaway.

196 comments :

  1. Read about thread count. Very useful as I am hoping to get/win new sheetS.

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  2. One set of sheets per wash - so true! Great give-away - thank you!

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  3. I read about keeping your sheets white and how to care for your sheets. Thanks for the opportunity! Susan B.

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  4. The tutorials were very helpful, I especially liked how to get out wrinkles without ironing-though it was posted twice.

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  5. Joni I just read about Removing Wrinkles from Luxury Linens!
    Thanks to you and to Vero so much for the offer!

    All the Best
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

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  6. I like the tip what to look for in terry towels.

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  7. How to remove wrinkles without using an iron is the best tip ever! Thanks!

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  8. I like the tip how to get wrinkles out of sheets without an iron. chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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  9. I loved the tip on how to get wrinkles out of linens. I just looked up and see that everyone likes that one! So I went back and found out that bamboo sheets are not environmental friendly, because they are actually a form or rayon that means chemicals were used to process it.

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  10. I read the tip on the difference in thread counts. cooperpringle@gmail.com

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  11. I read how to put a comforter cover on a down duvet, The video makes it look so easy ...really helpful for something that I struggle with so much. Thanks for the chance for the great giveaway!

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  12. I read up on how to make my bed like a five star hotel. Did it....and am STILL waiting for the dayum room service! Oh how desperately I need a set of lovely sheets! Find me at verodoula @ yahoo.com :)

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  14. Wow! Who knew that a spray bottle of water would get wrinkles out. I have been dealing with wrinkles for years. This was a GREAT tip! saraavins@yahoo.com

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  15. Watch the video on how he put his duvet inside the cover. I actually stopped using a duvet because I got sick of stuffing it. Perhaps that will make me go back to it. The sheets look wonderful. I've long been aware that thread count is not what it's all about, so it's nice to have a manufacturer that realizes true quality. Chiros1956 at yahoo dot com

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  16. I just watched the how to care for your linens video... Interesting information requiring "brighteners" in detergents.
    Thanks for offering another wonderful giveaway.
    Christy
    Barisone@sbcglobal.net

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  17. Now I know why my pillow shams look so sad! The video on "Different Types of Pillow Fillings" demonstrated the superior filling of a natural feather pillow. And Vero's price for a Euro feather pillow is the similar to what I paid for a polyester fill pillow. I'm going to use the discount to switch all my standard and Euro shams to feather pillows. Thank you!!!

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  18. My favorite tip was how to remove the wrinkles from my sheets with ironing. I don't iron...ever. But I do like the crisp look of ironed sheets.

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  19. My favorite tip was the one on Misc. Tips. It covered so many different topics. I found it very helpful.

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  20. Favorite tip - how to get out wrinkles without ironing! That is a tip I really needed since I am pretty sure I'll never ever take the time to iron even my pillowcases.

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  21. I like the "What to look for in a Terry Towel" The history background and the reason behind different quality of towel was very beneficial.

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  22. Loved all of these! The tip for wrinkle removal using a pillowcase was genius. I recently discovered your blog and I am well, OBSESSED!

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  23. How to get out wrinkles without ironing......(I always thought my mother was the only person crazy enough to iron sheets...who Knew????) maureen ssdmmf@yahoo.com

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  24. Who knew that a little spray bottle with water is enough to get those annoying little wrinkles out? Loved that tip!

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  25. I have a duvet that always needs readjusting. Good tip on how to prevent it from bunching up at bottom!
    Cheryl
    Diogenes704@gmail.com

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  26. Oh how great to find out how to get wrinkles out of linens and also about the thread count. Great reads and wonderful giveaway.

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  27. The spray water bottle for wrinkles, and the washing of down pillows and comforter, both good tips for me!

    pangold101@aol.com

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  28. Great tips. I loved them all. But the tip about bamboo sheets was particularly interesting. Who knew?

    toetruck@cox.net

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  29. Nothing I love more than splendiferous sheets!
    And as someone who regularly irons her linens (don't mock!) I naturally read the ironing tips. Very informative.
    Wishing you a most Happy Hanukkah, Joni!
    xo
    pamela@pamelaterry.net

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  30. I'm going to try the tip to get the yellow out on my inherited handmade pillow cases.
    Taylor1584@aol.com

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  31. I love great linens and this is a fabulous give away! I read the tip on how to get wrinkles out WITHOUT ironing! cwrayatcoxdotnet.

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  32. Given that I have all boys in my household and that it is a daily struggle to get any of them to make their beds, I instantly clicked on "A Man's Guide to Bedding." I was hopeful for some sort of magic words that could be said that would entice them to keep their beds tidy, but alas, no such luck. Such is life! :) Laurie lmpeck88@yahoo.com

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  33. Sleep naked and lose weight. WHAT A HOOT. However, on
    wonderful sheets it only seems reasonable to sleep naked to
    fully appreciate high thread-count sheets!

    all best, from Judy in Fort Worth
    gjazaks@earthlink.net

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  34. I read the "Thread Count - what it means and doesn't mean" Tip and it was interesting. I can understand how quality of cotton is more important than thread count, though I'm still curious as to what makes good cotton, and whether the best cotton is only Egyptian, whatever that means. Like several others here, I also liked the wrinkles tip :) I wonder if it will work with dress shirts? I've often put tension on while hanging them to reduce wrinkles, I better try with water too!

    masterwraith at gmail dot com

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  35. I read about how to get a pillow sham to look it's best on the bed by getting the flange to stand up straight. Good tip!
    Thanks for the chance to win a set of these wonderful textiles. Happy Holidays!

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  36. I read "how to get wrinkles out without ironing" I love freshly pressed sheets. I have a friend who left her home country of India to come to America; when she did she left her house maid who pressed her sheets. Haha, now I can do it without a maid.

    aduff3@gmail.com

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  37. I read all the tips, because we are buying a new mattress set in the spring, so of course I will want everything new to go along with it. I jumped all over the 'Sleep Naked-Lose Weight' tip, because losing weight while sleeping? WIN-WIN! Really, many of the tips were really informative, and I downloaded the free e-book as well. Thanks for the giveaway and the information!

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  38. It is very hard to choose my favorite tip because so many are helpful. My favorite is how to get the wrinkles out without an iron. I will try it next time I change the sheets. Great giveaway. Thanks.

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  39. I read how to get wrinkles out of linens--great info...

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  40. I read about getting yellowed sheets to look white again--not that I have any yellowed ones! Awesome giveaway!

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  41. I read several but especially liked the one about thread counts and also percale and sateen sheets. I am a 100% cotton percale girl all the way and they are very hard to find! Pamela pblapere@att.net

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  42. I read a few of the tips. I especially liked the washing and drying of a down comforter, the 'how to' of covering a comforter with a duvet and who would ever have thought of spritzing water to get rid of the wrinkles in sheets would do the trick. It would be so nice to win a set of soft sheets for my old bones. :) Merry Christmas!

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  43. I liked how to get your pillow sham flange to stand up. I hope I win!!!

    the2seasons@yahoo.com

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  44. Learned a little more reading about how to understand the thread count; the thread counts and the length and quality of the cotton fiber are what matters. It's more than just the number. I love Egyptian Cotton. I have kitties, and if I buy cheaper sheets- they get little pinpricks and pills almost immediately. I also love the softness and thickness or the Vero sheets.

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  45. You won't believe it. But I love to iron! So I was happy to read this: Ironing is the best way to get wrinkles out, not only do the bed linens look great but the ironing also makes the fabric feel better as the hot iron lays the nap of the fabric down, so, that it feels even nicer against your skin.

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  46. What a fantastic giveaway, if I win I would choose the Olivia sheets. I spent quite a bit of time reading the tips. I enjoyed how to stuff your sham and am going to try and keep by duvet from slipping something I can't seem to stop even when I buy those clips from BB&B. Off to read more! Best of luck to everyone. Happy Holidays!

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  47. The video on How to Stuff a Duvet Cover had some really good tips that I never knew. It makes it so much easier if you do it properly.

    winpooh46@gmail.com

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  48. I read the "How To" Down Comforter and Pillow tips. I liked them and found them helpful but am now wondering if my pillow is making me sick!
    nanetteromo@comcast.net

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  49. Read almost all the tips. I liked spraying the sheets to get wrinkles out and how to make a bed.

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  50. Many great Howe-to tips! Amazing info!, but I really liked the tip about how to tell when it's time to replace your DOWN COMFORTER.

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  51. ...and how-to get your down comforter inside the COVER!
    Libbyw99@yahoo.com

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  52. Read the tip How to Care for the Linens and liked the advice to not overdry the linens.
    Suzie_Anderson@baylor.edu

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  53. I read several tips but especially liked how to get wrinkles out without ironing. Just spritz!! Some great advice and beautiful linens!
    Kweenie13@aol.com

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  54. I love how to make a bed like a 5 star hotel! Love these sheets.

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  55. I read how to make a bed like those in five-star hotels. Thanks for the opportunity to win the sheets! tracyfisher418@yahoo.com

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  56. Actually I read several of their tips but I loved the tip on how to get the wrinkles out without ironing! The sheets sound fabulous! mlw1459@aol.com

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  57. I read the how to tips for luxury bed sheets and linens. What a treat to own such beautiful sheets. Hope I win!! Vikki in VA

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  58. Favorite "fun fact" was Egyptian cotton sheets may actually be made up of 10% Egyptian cotton.... but unsure the source of the remaining 90%? Interesting how this company truly wants to share their knowledge.

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  59. I will definitely try the tips to get rid of wrinkles without an iron. I hate ironing.

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  60. I watched how to care for luxury linens. Learnt something news about brighteners and bleaches in detergents. Awesome that you are doing a giveaway.

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  61. Loved removing wrinkles with scented water. Love making my bedroom even more luxurious! Thanks for the chance for the giveway!! lelia.cafaro@yahoo.com

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  62. I like the tip on lighting misting linens to decrease wrinkles! Yep I will be buying some lavender spray.

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  63. I liked the tips on ironing as I actually like to iron (and sleep on) sheets. Thank you for doing the giveaway...cgibsonhs@gmail.com

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  64. Loved the down comforter tips! Going to look for a baffle-box comforter right now...

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  65. I learned a few tips reading how to care for luxery linens, including using baking soda in my next wash. These Vero linens are beautiful!

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  66. I love the tip about how to get wrinkles out - spraying lightly with water (and using scented water!) as you shake/pull taut. Wish I'd known that long ago!

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  67. Interesting reading about not drying the linens completely dry!

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  68. Whenever I try to get my comforter back into my duvet, I feel like I’ve taken a pilates class, so I was glad to read How To Put A Duvet Cover On A Down Comforter. Thanks for the giveaway! Sure would love to win some Italian sheets after our Italian Odyssey this summer!

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  69. Hi Joni,
    I read the tips on using spray and tension to achieve the pressed sheets that I love. I also read about the thread count versus quality cotton. Very interesting. Thank you to Vero linens for such a great give away.
    Jen Borba
    bb2339@aol.com

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  70. I really liked the tip on how to prevent your down comforter from sliding down inside your duvet. Just sew in some fabric to each corner so that it will tie in.

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  71. I have some old embroidered linens that are yellowed. I was interested to read how to freshen them back to white. bojowatson@yahoo.com

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  72. How to remove wrinkles. Lavender scented water will naturally relax you for a good night's sleep.
    yvonnemk56@gmail.com

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  73. Loved all the tips, but how to remove wrinkles from 100% cotton sheets was wonderful! Melissa Brady melissabrady39@hotmail.com

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  74. I read: How to extend the wear of your down comforter. Very informative, including how to rotate your comforter in your cover for optimal life of the comforter.

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  75. Beautiful Sheets! I enjoyed reading how to remove wrinkles by spritzing with water and making sure there is tension. Much better than ironing! Carrie Dimond
    carriedimond@yahoo.com

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  76. I liked the "how to know when you need a new down comforter" tip.

    -Steven
    Steven.d.covalii@gmail.com

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  77. Great tip to get rid of wrinkles without ironing. Thank you for the opportunity to win a set of these beautiful sheets!
    1stmate.ruffc@gmail.com

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  78. Thanks for the giveaway! I learned some great tips, but I especially liked, How to put your Duvet Cover on your Down Comforter. It was helpful! I hope I win :)
    Tracey@traceygarciadesigns.com

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  79. I loved looking at the all the tips but think my favorite was "How to get wrinkles out without ironing. These linens look amazing. I also really enjoyed learning about the thread count and the differences in the cotton. So much great info.

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  80. Oh I never win anything, but I guess it's worth another try! I absolutely LOVE the Righetta Stripe Sheets, and of course in white. I love our bed and bought new white "high count" sheets for the bed. However, when unwrapping them I noticed a wrinkle right in the middle of the top seam that shows when it's folded over the blanket or duvet. I assumed it would wash out or iron out, but 2 years later and many washings, ironings l later...it is still there! I hate the wrinkle. It drives me crazy and isn't worth looking at one more day! And I've tried the spray bottle technique in your How to tips, but this is a permanent wrinkle. Now, here's a great story. I lived in Memphis and worked for the largest cotton merchant in the world! Very dynamic man who knew everything about the cotton business and made a fortune growing, shipping, selling it to the mills, and trading it on the cotton exchange. He made history in the cotton business by making the first sale of cotton to mainland China. We had a "cotton room" in the back where tons of samples came in to be graded. I know there are many different grades and types of cotton...one of our best was out of Arizona....Pima and Supima cotton. However, I listened to Steve's video on "thread count" and NEVER knew that thread count meant very little as to the quality of sheets! I love this company and will bookmark it just in case I don't win the giveaway :( However, if I do, I would love a set of King sheets in white of any style they sell! Thanks Joni for a great Christmas holiday giveaway!!! judy_gurney@hotmail.com

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  81. I read the tip on how to make the perfect looking bed and liked it. I don't have any Euro shams but need to get some because I often read or watch tv in bed. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  82. What a fantastic giveaway! Vero's collection is lovely! I liked the tip about adding baking soda to the wash and not using most commercial washing detergent- great tips! Thanks for hosting this amazing giveaway!

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  83. I read the tip on getting wrinkles out without ironing. I never would have thought to put slightly damp linens on a bed. It seems counter-intuitive, but I may just give it a shot...

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  84. Hi Joni, Like so many others, I especially liked the tip of how to get rid of wrinkles without ironing. This is a great give away. If I should be lucky enough to win, I would love a Queen set in cream color. mlsumrall@comcast.net

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  85. They look like beautiful sheets and I would love to try them out. I love the question about the mattress doubling in weight over 10 years because of the accumulation of dust mites and dead skin. Lovely thought, but not true!

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  86. I don't have the patience or clean enough floors to iron sheets! I had to read about getting the wrinkles out and found it interesting to read about the facts on thread count. rebecca.king14@gmail.com
    Thanks! Rebecca

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  87. I thought it was all interesting, but I learned to wash your duvet cover instead of dry cleaning. I never knew that… I always dry cleaned. Thanks for the information and giveaway!
    csmith342@gmail.com

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  88. I read how to make up a bed like a five star hotel plus watched Steve's video of it. Wish my husband could make the bed like Steve! Beautiful linens. So many people have commented on how to get the wrinkles out of sheets that I am going to go back and read that.

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  89. I loved the tip on how to get the wrinkles out of your linens with out ironing!
    Thank you so much!
    Carole
    carolewillard@yahoo.com

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  90. Love the tip about how to get wrinkles out without ironing. My husband's family owned a drycleaning business and my husband has always slept on pressed sheets. I was spoiled as a newlywed as my in-laws graciously allowed me to FedEx a month's worth of sheets and they would send them back pressed and packaged. What a delight. They have since sold the business but I have not been able to give up this special treat. God forbid I now have to pay for this but well worth it!
    cindihurley@earthlink.net

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  91. I like How to decorate with shams. My address is wldheartsd@aol.com

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  92. I like the tips for no iron....altho I love to iron, time doesn't always allow! Looking forward to my own delicious set of sheets under the tree this year.....Santa, how did you know?!!!
    michellelhf@gmail.com

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  93. I never get my sheets out of the dryer quickly enough to avoid wrinkles, so I loved the trick of spraying them and give them a nice scent as well! Also, the laundering tips were informative. Thanks for the opportunity to win such beautiful sheets and the 20% discount. Love your blog!
    Linda mylifeinthevillage@gmail.com

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  94. I read about how to get your duvet not to slip to the bottom of the bed! Now why don't companies attach that little piece of fabric to the comforters and covers! Seems so simple.
    melchiode2@cox.net

    Thanks.

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  95. What piqued my interest of course was "how to get wrinkles out without ironing"! Wonderful tip that I will definitely try. I so appreciate the chance to win a set of Vero sheets. Thank you!

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  96. What beautiful linens....whats not to like. Just read how to get your duvet not to slip. Love this idea and then there are others.
    Thanks for allowing an entry to win
    ljneedham@comcast.net

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  97. "How to" Luxury Bed Sheets & Linens Tips. Well, I tell you the truth, I use bleach and they say not to. If I am lucky enough to win a set of sheets, I promise, no bleach.

    Merry Christmas to all.

    Ann

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  98. Love those linens...hope to win...great birthday treat for me:-) Great tips, in particular how to get wrinkles out without an iron! karendevine@yahoo.com

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  99. I like the tip about washing my sheets by themselves. I read the tips on this website several years ago (must have been the previous time you featured them) and I have been doing that ever since. martiherndon2 (at) ya hoo

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  100. Determining what detergents to use to prevent piling...
    Barbara moranob@gmail.com

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  101. There were so many good tips on Vero's site; but I really liked learning how to get wrinkles out without ironing! I would love winning a set of sheets from Vero!

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  102. Joni, I love this company! The video on the correct procedure to wash down pillows is GREAT--now I have to find a laundromat with an extrcator (!?!)
    Happy Holidays!
    Sue at GRC.Ltd.Design@gmail.com

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  103. ***** star hotel tips...DONE!! This is a good one!! franki fmparde@gmail.com

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  104. Using a mild detergent to wash your sheets. Need to change my detergent.

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  105. Educational....especially about thread count and fabrics. I'm now a better consumer.
    sbdittmer@mindspring.com

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  106. I love that Vero Linens has this info on their website! Why doesn't everybody do this?? When my kids were little I learned a lot about best laundry practices from the Hannah Andersen website. Who knew I was using too much detergent? I went straight to HOW TO Down Comforters & Pillows. Living in Brooklyn, NY I have a small stackable washer/dryer so I take my comforters to the laundromat but I did not know I should be adding a bit of bleach to kill dust mites (thank you for that!). Of course this was my favorite tip: Okay, now grab yourself a large glass of wine, let the washer do it’s thing and go make some new friends with some of the “regulars”.

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  107. I read about thread counts. As thread counts have risen from 200 into the thousands over the years I have wondered why I can't tell much difference. Most thread counts feel soft in the store probably because of fabric softeners applied by the manufacturers. Now I know the thread count is not that significant and the quality will be evident over time in the quality and durability of the cotton.

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  108. I liked the tip on how to get out yellowing of sheets using baking soda and white vinegar. Thanks to your sponsor for the info and the offer. jdwan@comcast.net

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  109. amazing giveaway! I loved the tips on getting out wrinkles from your sheets without ironing using a scented water in a spray bottle. I'm trying this at home!

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  110. I enjoyed learning how to easily remove wrinkles.

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  111. Getting the wrinkles out without having to iron works for me. Now I can try it on my linen duvet cover. Thanks.

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  112. love sheets + the tip how to get wrinkles out without ironing + great giveaway + good luck to everyone. xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

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  113. Two interesting tips! "Sleeping naked will help you lose weight"! Who knew! I also watched the video on "How to make the perfect looking bed". I will have to try these tips!
    t5underwood@columbus.rr.com

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  114. Fabulous and generous giveaway!! I loved the simple tip to remove wrinkles from linens and the fluffing process. But, it was most surprising to learn that all the hype regarding bamboo and modal sheets turns out to be untrue!

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  115. elinhares@aol.com enjoyed video on washing my down pillows Will definitly try this!!!

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  116. I read the ARE YOUR LUXURY BED LINENS MADE FROM MERCERIZED COTTON tip. I love soft cotton sheets. It was interesting. stacyshine@yahoo.com

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  118. The reminder to switch out the sheets at least once a week in the winter and twice a week in the summer is a great one - I like to keep 3 sets for each bed, just for this purpose: One one the bed, one in the wash, and one folded, ready and waiting. What a great company, and a generous giveaway!

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  119. I Liked The how to bedding misc category, all of it. Esp the one about making the perfect and timeless bed.

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  120. Genius idea to keep your duvet from sliding! Why don't manufacturers do this to begin with? Love the products!
    patmiszuk@gmail.com

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  121. My favorite tip was "What to Look For In Terry Towels." It was the most concise and informative explanation I've read and I do know a thing or two about towels having purveyed many to stores like Waterworks last year. Thanks for this great source, Joni. I'll for certain buy from them. I'm a whore for fine bed linens. Oh, and I never knew about the first terry being made out of silk in France. I'd sure love to get my hands on a piece of that!

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  122. I bookmarked the website so I could go back and read all the tips, but for sure I will try the one about getting the wrinkles out of sheets without ironing. Love that one! What a great website, what a great discount, what a great giveaway. Many thanks. annmelamed@gmail.com

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  123. Ohhhh how I love these sheets! I also loved the How To get the wrinkles out of the sheets...who knew to use fragrance water in a spray bottle to add scent and get the wrinkles out all at the same time! I will be doing that for sure from now on!

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  124. I liked the tip on how to clean and care for down pillows. I will definitely use this tip and pass it on to my friends.
    sandram@wilsonhouston.com

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  125. Love your site! Always great things happening here and today was no exception. Found out to make flanges look great and stand up! Will use in the future! Happy Holidays to All ! anne.storey.jones@gmail.com

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  126. Was surprised to see the depth of info in the tips! Appreciated to learn about thread counts, etc. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  127. There is no way that all of the cotton claimed to be Egyptian could have been grown in Egypt--according to Egyptian authorities. Surprise...surprise...not! That last post with the before and after in Houston was outstanding!!! Thanks Joni. Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas!!

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  128. What a great giveaway! Would love to try these sheets. My favorite tip was how to remove wrinkles without an iron.

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  129. I have just moved into a new home and I need to replace my bed linens. I read Bedroom Decorating Mistakes. The best advice was to choose a colour that makes your bedroom and relaxing place to be. I have always tried to make my bedroom a place that feels good, a Sanctuary as they said. These look like amazing sheets. I have always loved white sheets. What a wonderful giveaway at Christmas time. Thank you.

    ckimt@bmts.com

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  130. Joni
    I read about mattresses doubling in weight in 10 years. I always questioned that and was happy to learn it is a myth. I would love white queen size sheets. Thanks so much for this giveaway opportunity. mph007@yahoo.com

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  131. I read about down comforters and pillows and about the different sizes of pillows.
    #kthanksloveyabye

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  132. Now I know what the term Mercerized means! Thank you. shopping at studioprima dot com

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  133. I read some of the duvets and shams tips. Great read for a clueless guy like myself looking to upgrade the quality of his bedding. Loved it!

    Coreys84@gmail.com

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  134. I read about why use a mattress pad and what type. Faith B

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  135. How to make your bed look like a 5 star hotel? Isn'y that everyone's dream?

    happypulitzer at hotmail dot com

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  136. I read tips on how to get your shams to stand up

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  137. I read the tip on Wrinkle removal:
    How to remove wrinkles in your Linens without using an iron.
    I hope I win, but this tip was worth it even if I don't win.

    Genius, who knew? Now if it would just work on people...

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  138. Finally I found out it's not the thread count. I always wondered. I love the Righetta Stripe white flat sheets.
    jjf@dslextreme.com

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  139. I love the the tip about how to get wrinkles out without ironing but by spraying water on the sheets. I also realized I overload my dryer when I dry my sheets.

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  140. So many great tips and info...laundering & care of linens, no-iron 'ironing'...Thanks!

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  141. I usually wash more than one set of sheets at once but no longer now that I know it's a problem! Thanks for alerting me to all these great linen tips. The sheets look absolutely luxurious and I would love to try some.

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  142. Ohio I love the sheets! I took a look at how to get rid of wrinkles without ironing to see how close my method is to theirs and it's pretty much the same except I don't spritz after the sheets have been put on the bed so that's interesting. It would be so great to win something this week. It's been a really tough one. Totaled the car on Thursday, job cancelled on Friday, computer hard drive crashed on Saturday. But here's the thing, I'm OK, the guy I hit is OK, I have people who love me sometimes showing up for me, I live in a lovely apartment and I'm not homeless on the streets as so many others are these days. As for Christmas money, I'll just focus on other things this year. I've decided to go do some volunteer work somewhere, anywhere. So, sheets would be great, but I keep in mind that a bed would be great for a lot of people these days. Happy happy Christmas Joni. I hope it is lovely for you and your family.

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  143. Hi, Great Giveaway - I like the advice for getting wrinkles out of luxury sheets - Do nothing. I also liked - pay someone else to iron them. Ha - love that! Thanks, elli1017@gmail.com

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  144. How to wash your sheets...one at a time..who knew????

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  145. I read "HOW TO GET YELLOWED SHEETS WHITE AGAIN"...wow boiling them? one thing i have never tired...and I had no idea you should wash small loads to maintain them...I always shove in as many as I can....
    nicolecantujones@gmail.com

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  146. I read the alternatives for top of the bed decorating - and watched the video - a man making a bed, not messing it up! Now I'm heading back to read some of the care tips... thispeacefulhome@gmail.com.

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  147. Wow what a fabulous giveaway! I read all the tips but I was particularly interested in getting sheets white again and how to make the sham corners stick ! No wonder my sheets don't look that great!! I was going everything wrong!!

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  148. I liked the tip, "Thread Count - What it Means (and doesn't mean) in Your Luxury Linens & Sheets". That cleared up a lot about why some sheets are more expensive by a lot, but have a much smaller thread count.

    u4ic61@hotmail.com

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  149. Loved the tip about making your bed like a 5 star hotel. I am linen-obsessed -- thank you so much for this very generous giveaway! Happy Holidays! cheryls1@me.com

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  150. The tips to use a mild detergent such as LeBlanc to avoid bleach derivatives as well as adding baking soda to the washer to freshen the sheets were great! talktoalec@gmail.com

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  151. I loved the video and How-To of Making a Perfect Bed. I feel like I'm always trying to freshen our bed up, and being able to make it look perfect is something I've always wanted to do! arohani@gmail.com

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  152. I loved the tips on why Egyptian Cotton linens are worth so much more than the ones you can buy at department and cheaper stores! Fine linen weaves are so much more comfortable and luxurious than these Imposters at stores like Walmart. I will not be falling for that again! Winkie@insightbb.com

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  153. I loved the tip about when to replace pillows. Yep. Pillows, linens & a fine bed make such a difference when it comes to your health.
    Great giveaway Joni.

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  154. I read and learned from the article on the difference between sateen and satin. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  155. duvet inside the cover
    Pete
    pedanticpete@gmail.com

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  156. I read about the thread count. I never considered that the luxurious feel of fine linens has more to do with the quality of the cotton instead of the actual thread count. Very informative! amthames@gmail.com

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  157. Cotton duvet covers are easy to launder-- my favorite reason to have a duvet. It makes the whole room smell clean when the sheets and comforter/duvet are fresh.
    Thefarmerswife2000@icloud.com

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  158. I loved the tip on how to get the wrinkles out of your bed linen without ironing! I love the seductive feel of freshly laundered and ironed sheets after a cool shower on a hot summer's night! Would be thrilled if I could have a set of the queen size white diamante! Have a super day!

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  159. Hi Joni, Thanks for another wonderful give-a-way! It was really interesting to read many of these tips -- What a great resource about sheets. I guess the most interesting tip, (to me) was about the benefits of sleeping naked. I've had intense chronic health issues for 13 years and since I've been ill I haven't been able to fall asleep if I'm wearing a night gown or pajamas, so it was interesting to read that one's cortisol levels drop if you sleep in the nude. I would love to own a king sized set of the Reghetta white striped sheets -- they look so beautiful! Thanks again!
    Sabrina
    dawdlebythedaffodils@yahoo.com

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  160. Learning how to make the bed with a comforter and duvet were very helpful. I never knew how the extra touch makes such a difference. I love these linens!
    Leslie
    lwright@jhwright.com

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  161. Love these linens...Thanks for a great give away...I am dreaming of mine in a king size.

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  162. Thanks for the helpful link!!! I am going to get a cup of coffee and read a few more tonight. Loved the tip of how to easily get flanges to stand up.
    Maria @witheringheights1@gmail.com

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  163. Beautiful sheets! All the tutorials are great. Loose the wrinkles a favorite . Dreaming of sateen. Thank you for this great give away.

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  164. So much luxury in one place! I loved the "tip" on disproving the myth about beds doubling their weight in 10 years. I always hated those commercials and knew the claims were impossible. Thanks Joni for the chance to win.

    Olivia
    Livvie365@gmail.com

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  165. I read about REMOVING WRINKLES FROM LUXURY LINENS WITHOUT AN IRON and I like their approches for removing the wrinkles

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  166. Enjoyed the tip--Reasons to use a Duvet Cover

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  167. I love the tip on how to get wrinkles out of sheets without ironing. I have actually ironed my sheets -there is nothing better than a CRISP clean bed. But it certainly is no fun and if there's a way to get it done quicker so I can have a crisp bed more often, I'm all over it! These sheets look amazing! I'd love to win a set!

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  168. I never knew the spray bottle trick for removing wrinkles! I found unused luxury Italian sheets at an estate sale many years ago - but alas - even though I worshiped them, even the best eventually thin out. I would love to win a set of Ivory replacements!!!! It is the simple things in life that are the most amazing.

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  169. What a great time for a giveaway of such a fabulous brand! Good luck to all!! These look amazing!!!
    xo. Leslie
    Segreto Finishes

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  170. Interesting about the thread count as opposed to type of cotton. Would be lovely to win

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  171. I really enjoyed reading about how to make my bed look like one in a 5-star hotel. Thanks for the giveaway -- what a great one!

    cre8tivew4ATyahooDOTcom

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  172. What a great giveaway! I just read how to get a better night sleep. Definitely something I need with three kids three and under :)
    adesplin@gmail.com

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  173. I love VERO - I have this site bookmarked for the future- fine linens make life much more pleasurable. I'm glad to find out that I an on target with washing my sheets often enough to keep the dust mites away. Thank you for the chance to perhaps enjoy new sheets and pillow cases for sweet dreams for Christmas.

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  174. I read the "How to get wrinkles out of sheets without ironing them" tip!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  175. Excellent product and information! Thank-you for the guidance and for the opportunity to win Luxury!! Years ago, when I considered how much time we spend in bed during our lifetime, I decided to make my bed as comfortable as possible within my budgetI learned a lot on the How to Wash Down Pillows. In the past, I have used my front loader but will now take them to the laundromat to use the larger washers, dryers and spinners. It has been laborious for me to wash them at home. Now that I have read the reasoning behind using bleach, I will definitely begin doing that! I will also add wine to the process!! How to Wash instructed us to use warm or cold water instead of hot. I have always used hot water to sanitize but now realize that I need to scale the temperature back. The How to Make a Perfect Bed was my favorite because I've never seen a man make a bed like that!! Is he available to come and teach my husband? LOL! I followed his directions when I prepared my daughters bed when she arrived home from college this week -- she loved it! Since reading this a few days ago, I have thought about how much I would love being enveloped in this luxury at night and do appreciate the opportunity!! xoxoxo

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  176. I remember ironing pillowcases as a child so I honed in on how to get rid of wrinkles without ironing! ...some great tips Thank you for having the give-away!

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  177. Super site with loads of information. Interested in the tips for making sheets wrinkle free without ironing, Only wish it was that easy to get them off my face.

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  178. I read about how to remove wrinkles without using an iron. Wish I could do that with my blouses too. Ironing + hot flashes = not fun
    Thanks for the giveaway---I need new sheets!

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  179. Forgot to include my email in my comment above:
    mbt429@yahoo.com

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  180. my eyes definitely narrowed in on the making a perfect bed tip :)
    it was a video, even better!! Interesting that they place the sleeping pillows in front!
    painterextras@gmail.com

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  181. enjoyed "How to buy luxury linens" mrodzik@hotmail.com

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  183. I read "Removing Wrinkles from Luxury Linens without an Iron," which was very useful! Love the linens.

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  184. elizabeth@carskadden.com I read "How to Create a Well-Made Perfect Looking Bed!" I also browsed the site and hope I will win the set of sheets. They are so beautiful.

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  185. I read the tip about how to keep the cover for pilling! Good tip! tcgirl11(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  186. I read the tip about thread count - very informative. Love it! Then I went on to watching many of the videos - they're addictive! Sandy Wittenberg sandywitten@gmail.com

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  187. I read the tip about the different type of weaves used to make sheets. Vero interesting! emajyz@yahoo.com

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  188. I read the tips on sleeping positions. One of the tips says that if you have heartburn to leep on your left side. Funny, for me it's just the opposite! But the tips in general were interesting and I liked reading them all.
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  189. Awesome work.Just wanted to drop a comment and say I am new to your blog and really like what I am reading.Thanks for the share

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  190. Great information on the age and condition of a goose down comforter! I now know that mine needs to be refurbished. I NEED the fab sheets!!! Thanks... Elisa ttntex@att.net

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  191. It have to be "A MAN'S GUIDE TO LUXURY BEDDING".
    Real men, real style :)
    Thanks from Norway :)
    Even
    oefossan@gmail.com

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  192. Hi, Really great effort. Everyone must read this article. Thanks for sharing.

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  193. Great article, Thanks for your great information, the content is quiet interesting. I will be waiting for your next post.

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  194. I really appreciate your professional approach. These are pieces of very useful information that will be of great use for me in future.

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