Choosing the Right Kids’ Pillowcases
Although your children are not as sensitive as they were when they were babies, they are still not as immune as an adult would be. What they need is still a bit more different from what we adults would usually have. So when you prepare their bedroom, it is still best to head on to the kids’ section of beddings for this.
This is because kids’ beddings are made with special fibres that are suited for kids and their sensitive skin or immune system. As any bedding piece is, kids’ pillowcases are also very important as this the fabric that will be touching your children’s face and skin and this is also the one that will protect their pillows from dirt.
When you purchase kids’ pillowcases take note of these factors: type of fabric and the pillow size, allergies of your child, the design and the cost. For the type of fabric, you do not need to get a high thread count for them as they will outgrow this before you even know it. Just take a normal type of fabric that is comfortable for children such as, cotton and remember to get it in the exact pillow size that they have. The fabric and the right pillow size will determine the comfort of their sleep which they need as they are growing little kids.
It is also important to take note of your child’s allergies so that you can avoid fabrics that may induce rashes and allergic reactions. If you think your child is highly susceptible to allergens, the safest fabric to get is cotton. It is very rare for anyone to be allergic in cotton. Of course, your child has a mind of their own already so involve them in picking out the design. They will be the one to use this everyday anyway. Besides, they are just kids once, giving them the design that they want will make them want to sleep on their own bed even more.
Don’t worry. Kids’ pillowcases are specifically made for kids so I’m pretty sure they’d find something that they will like. These kids’ pillowcases usually come in bright prints or in various cartoon character prints. Lastly, consider the cost. Buying a too expensive pillowcase for them is not really a wise idea.
Kids will be kids. They will mess up and probably ruin their beddings at some point. So purchasing something that is expensive will prove to be a waste. Besides, as mentioned above, they will outgrow this. Their taste is not permanent as of the moment. So get pillowcases in a reasonable price that you wouldn’t feel too bad when it gets destroyed or when they refuse to use it anymore.
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