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Consider Extra Long Sheets For Your Next Bedding Purchase

Purchasing extra long sheets could be the best decision you make in bedding. Not only are extra long sheets great for people who are a little bit taller, but you can use them on the couch or futon for guests, and they're great for air mattresses when you're camping or traveling away from home. In a lot of cases, extra long sheets are the smart buy.

If you're looking for a set of spare bedding to keep around the house for when guests spend the night, you should strongly consider buying a set of extra long sheets to have on hand. Your guests will be a lot more comfortable, and will sleep a lot better, if they don't have to keep pulling the sheets up during the night. We can all remember a time we spent the night at a friend or relative's house, and had a terrible night's sleep! Make your guest bed, pull out couch or futon that much more hospitable with extra long sheets.

Extra long sheets are also a great buy for your camper, RV, or hunting camps. With extra long sheets, you can stay comfortable even when you aren't at home. Most taller people generally complain that they find their legs sticking out from the end of the bed. This can be even worse in the bunk beds at hunting camps or summer cottages. If you find yourself in the same position, consider buying extra long sheets, and keep your feet warm at night. College students also find themselves in need of extra long sheets, because the beds in their dorms are bigger than the standard sized twin.

If you plan on traveling for the holidays, it might be wise to buy a spare set of extra long sheets to take with you when visiting relatives where you'll be spending the night. The holidays can be stressful enough without having an uncomfortable sleep because either you're constantly pulling up the sheets, or your feet are sticking out from the end of the bed. Just bring your own set of extra long sheets and sleep in peace!

Anyone with an air mattress knows that it can be impossible to find sheets that fit properly. A nice set of extra long sheets can give you the comfort you want when you need the versatility of an air mattress. Just because you're camping or traveling doesn't mean you have to sacrifice a good night's sleep. With a fresh set of extra long twin sheets in your duffel bag, you'll have peace of mind knowing that you're in for a comfortable night of rest.


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