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TC-180 PILLOWCASES American made percale fabric WHITE for Healthcare Hospitality Beds Packing 72's/ case Thomaston Mills

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Thomaston sheets and pillowcases are designed to withstand the intensity of today’s commercial laundries. Many imports are unable to withstand the rigors of institutional laundering and can tear, pill, change shade, and shrink excessively as a result. Don’t lose money by buying low-cost goods you need to replace frequently! Save money by using the lowest cost-of-use products available, Thomaston Mills!

  • 50% Cotton/50% Polyester
  • Made in USA of domestic or imported greige fabric
  • Classic Single Pick Insertion Percale
  • 10-15% Heavier than Most Imported T-180
  • Each Lot Carefully Inspected for Softness
  • Bright Whites and Colors Shade Controlled by Spectrophotometer
  • In-Stock Colors: White, Bone, Light Blue, Seafoam Green, Rose and Impressions Stripe pastel print
  • Fitted sheets stocked in 9”, 12” and 15” Deep Pocket, and California King
  • Best Value Luxury Percale
  • Enduring quality for Nursing Homes, Camps, Dormitories and Hospitals
  • GSA Compliant


  • Suggested Care Instructions for Thomaston Mills Sheets

Sheets manufactured by Thomaston Mills contain polyester and cotton fibers. The laundry care instructions can vary depending on the equipment used by various laundries but should follow the below listed guidelines.

    • Wash water temperatures will cause very little variation in shrinkage or color up to temperatures of 160 degrees F.
    • Optical brighteners have been added during the finishing process to both the cotton and polyester. Normal alkaline wash conditions are acceptable (pH of 9-10) and the addition of an optical for the cotton in the wash cycle is recommended to help maintain the white shade over repeated laundries.
    • Chlorine, peroxide, or sodium perborate bleach can be used in moderate amounts. In all cases, the pH of the fabric should be brought back to 5.0-7.0 pH range prior to drying.
    • The use of an optical brightener is not recommended on dyed shades because of the apparent change in color caused by this addition.
    • Drying can be in a tumble dryer or on a mangle. The fabric shrinkage has been stabilized during manufacturing by the use of resin finish for the cotton and heat stabilization for the polyester. Goods are heat set to a minimum of 325 F at our finishing plant in Easley SC.


  • If the fabric reaches this temperature during drying, excessive shrinkage can occur. Many operations exceed these temperatures by trying to run hotter in order to run faster. This will cause problems with shrinkage and color.
  • If drying in a tumble dryer, always use the cool down cycle prior to stopping the machine to prevent wrinkling.
    NOTE: Tumble dryer temperatures should never exceed 300 degrees F. For those customers who insist on running mangles above 300 degrees, very good success has been achieved by taking the new (unwashed) sheet or pillowcase through the mangle at the temperature that it will be run one time dry before using it. This stabilizes the fabric at a higher temperature and when going into the mangle wet in future use the shrinkage is dramatically reduced.

    The laundry chemical suppliers can recommend the most appropriate chemicals for use in specific laundry equipment.


    by Theo Miles
    Quality Assurance and Technical Manager

    While most of our customers use commercial dryers, we recognize many smaller properties will tumble dry our goods. We offer the below suggestions for those who tumble dry. These guidelines are especially important to follow if you are drying satin stripe (tone-ontone) sheets to avoid premature pilling and prolong the life of your sheets:

    -Do not overload your dryer
    -Do not dry heavier weight fabrics with sheets.
    -Do not over dry
    -Do not run the dryer too hot (over 250° F / 121° C)
    -Ensure the dryer goes through a cool down cycle before stopping
    -Clean the lint filter often

    The uneven surface weave of satin stripe fabrics makes them more susceptible to pilling than standard plain weave sheets. Thomaston Royal Suite satin stripe sheets are finished with a special acrylic finish to protect against early pilling. If your property is tumble drying our sheets or any satin stripe sheets, we strongly advise you to follow the above simple steps to prolong the expected life of your product.

Download T-180 Thomaston Mills Details and Specification

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