Where to Buy Comfortwill Sheets from Standard Textile

If you’ve stayed at popular hotels or motels like Sheraton, Courtyard, Marriott, etc., you’ve probably slept on Comfortwill sheets made by Standard Textile.

And If you’re here reading this, you’re most likely trying to find out where you can buy a set. (You’re in luck, I do have two locations for you).

Comfortwill sheets used to be available for sale on sites like Amazon, eBay, etc. However; in 2017, Standard Textile stopped selling to Amazon and eBay sellers.

Their products aren’t labeled for re-sale, so they have also asked 3rd party bedding websites to stop selling their products in single quantities – they only want their products used in hospitality applications. 

You’ll see Standard Textile products for sale on various websites, but you’re going to have to purchase them in bulk quantities – a dozen of each item at a time.

Comfortwill sheets are not sold as sets – which means you’ll have to buy the flat in bulk quantities, the fitted sheet in bulk, etc. In other words, you’ll have to purchase a dozen flats, a dozen fitted sheets, and a dozen pillowcases. What a hassle!

And since Standard Textile doesn’t allow retail sales any longer, the website in question might not even sell to you unless you have a business license.

With that in mind, here are two places to check if you’re trying to buy Comfortwill sheets:

1.) Standard Textile’s store on Amazon

You won’t find Comfortwill sheets offered in their store year round. This store only sells overstocked or discontinued products. You might find a flat sheet this month, and maybe a fitted sheet next month – and maybe not ever again. Click on the blue link to find out what they currently have in stock.

It’s worth checking however, because you just might get lucky today. Their product levels fluctuate, so checking often will get you the best results.

If they’re out of stock, consider an excellent alternative…


2.) LinenSpa

The 600 Thread Count Cotton Blend sheets from LinenSpa are very similar to the Comfortwill sheets from Standard Textile. Click on the blue link to check it out.

 

Let’s compare the two and see how they stack up. In terms of materials, weave, and feel, these two sheets are very similar. If you loved the Comfortwill sheets, I think you’ll be very pleased by this set from LinenSpa.


Comparison

What makes the Comfortwill sheets such a pleasure is that they are both soft and smooth. Most sheets are either soft or smooth, but usually not both. Comfortwill sheets offer a silky softness that makes the bed feel cozy and comfortable – with a luster that makes the bed look elegant and upscale.

 

The LinenSpa sheets are manufactured in the same way – offering you a lustrous top side, with a comfortably soft cotton bottom side.

where to find comfortwill sheets

They are both made with a cotton/polyester blend – which is what makes the dual nature possible (more on this below). 

The cotton/polyester blend is also what makes both of these sheets wrinkle-free, and durable. Natural fibers like cotton break down over time – especially when exposed to water, detergent, bleach, and sweat.

There’s a reason why t-shirts are washed in salt water to give them a vintage look. Salt breaks down cotton – and sweat contains a lot of it.

Polyester does not break down as quickly as cotton, which means that these sheets last about twice as long – while also maintaining a smooth, iron-free finish.

The one advantage of choosing the LinenSpa sheets  is that they offer four different colors – you’re not stuck with the white or bone variety that Standard Textile offers.

 

 

 

What I love about Comfortwill and LinenSpa sheets

How do they do it? How do Comfortwill sheets feature a soft bottom side, and a lustrous top side?

Well the answer has to do with the materials used. Comfortwill sheets are produced with a cotton/polyester blend. But it’s not just about mixing cotton and polyester – it’s about how the threads are blended.

They are blended such that the top of the sheet that you see is the polyester side – so you get the luster. The bottom side which is the side that you actually feel, is the cotton side – so you get the comfortable soft side. 

The LinenSpa sheets are manufactured in the same way – offering you a lustrous top side, with a comfortably soft cotton bottom side.

 

 

These sheets from LinenSpa also feature a 600 thread count. A thread count of 600 ensures that the sheets are ultra soft.

 

 

Cost

Both the Comfortwill sheets and the LinenSpa sets are very affordable. This also has to do with the cotton/polyester blend.

Cotton is a natural fiber, and is more expensive to produce as a result. Polyester is a synthetic product, and cheaper to produce. By combining the two, you get a less costly product – which makes these sheets more affordable compared to traditional 100% cotton sheets.

When considering cost, you also have to factor in durability. If you have to replace your sheets more often, it raises your overall bedding costs.

By combining the cotton with the polyester, it makes for a more durable fabric. The Comfortwill sheets are rated at 300 cycles. That means they are supposed to last for 300 wash cycles without shredding or tearing. 

Stay cool sheets

Too much heat in a bed sounds good – especially during the winter, but from Spring through Fall, very few things cause discomfort, and insomnia quite like a hot bed. Your body creates heat, which sheet fabrics tend to hold on to, making for a hot and humid bed.

The Comfortwill and LinenSpa sheets don’t have this problem. Once again, the cotton/polyester blend lends itself to another benefit! 

Synthetic or 100% polyester sheets create a super tight weave that doesn’t breath at all. 100% cotton sheets do a decent job – but we can do better!

Polyester strands are thinner than cotton. When you weave cotton with polyester, it creates tiny pockets of space in between the woven threads. This allows cotton and poly blend sheets to breath much better – and dissipate that unwanted heat.


Final thoughts

If you came here looking for Comfortwill sheets from Standard Textile, hopefully we’ve solved that problem for you. 

Whether the Standard Textile store had them in stock, or if you went with the LinenSpa alternative, you should be more than pleased with either choice.

Comfortwill sheets are not found in retail stores. And yet Comfortwill sheets were our top-selling pillow when we were allowed to sell them in our eBay store.

I think that’s a testament to the quality of the Comfortwill sheets. 

The LinenSpa sheets are not found in retail stores either – and yet they are rated as “Amazon’s Choice” for cotton/polyester blend sheet sets. There’s probably a good reason for their popularity. And it’s probably a combination of their softness, and elegance – not to mention their affordability.

 

Have you tried the Comfortwill sheets from Standard Textile? If you have, would you please leave a comment below and tell us where you bought yours?

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