How Long Will An Earthing Sheet Last Before It Wears Out?
Posted by - NA -, Last modified by on 07 September 2010 02:42 PM

The sheets are made with cotton, polyester, and conductive silver fiber, and have withstood rigorous testing conducted by an independent testing lab. After 100 wash/dry cycles, the conductive silver fibers showed virtually no breakage or wear. When cared for properly, your sheet should last as long as any good quality bed sheet. Without proper care, your Earthing sheet will become non-conductive. 

How To Care For Your Earthing™ Sheet:
 
Step 1: Washing 
The sheet may be machine washed using warm setting, approximately 105 degrees Fahrenheit (40 celsius). Do not use chlorine bleach or liquid fabric softener, or any detergent containing bleach or fabric softener, chemicals that can ruin the conductivity of your sheet. When necessary, use hydrogen peroxide-based non-bleach to remove stains and/or to whiten. 
 
*High mineral content water may cause a build up of calcium on the silver fibers, which will affect the lifespan of the sheet*
 
Step 2: Drying 
Tumble dry using medium setting, up to 150 degrees Fahrenheit (65 Celsius). Do not dry clean your sheet. 
 
Other Considerations: 
*Do not apply lotions, creams, or oils to the skin before bedtime on parts of your body that will be in contact with the Earthing sheet. Such substances oxidize and can damage conductivity
 
*Oily skin types can affect the lifespan of the sheet
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