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Linens and Hutch [linensandhutch.com] has Reversible Down Alternative Comforter Set Starting at $25 w/Code: SDREVCOMF
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  • Twin/TwinXL: $25.00
  • Full/Queen: $27.50
  • King/CalKing: $30.00

Available in 3 Sizes and 7 Colors
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Linens & Hutch has a high end ring to it, but all the deals posted seem to be peddling cheap microfiber/polyester bedding, enough already.
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Is this any good? Is it too light? Something's made me itchy and I think it's microfiber. Has anyone else experienced this. All bedding material I want to buy seems to be microfiber these days. 100% cotton or wool is very expensive. I can rarely find old style, everyday polyester every once in a while. Everyone used to hate that. Now companies claim it wicks moisture away from you and that it's a space age technology fiber. We used to say it was like wearing a plastic bag that wouldn't breath and kept moisture in. I'd like a non-microfiber comforter and a non-microfiber duvet. I'd prefer they not be polyester but would settle for it.

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Is this any good? Is it too light? Something's made me itchy and I think it's microfiber. Has anyone else experienced this. All bedding material I want to buy seems to be microfiber these days. 100% cotton or wool is very expensive. I can rarely find old style, everyday polyester every once in a while. Everyone used to hate that. Now companies claim it wicks moisture away from you and that it's a space age technology fiber. We used to say it was like wearing a plastic bag that wouldn't breath and kept moisture in. I'd like a non-microfiber comforter and a non-microfiber duvet. I'd prefer they not be polyester but would settle for it.

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I go back and forth on bedding...but your post made me curious. Wiki says that microfiber actually refers to the diameter of the filament, and that the content can be polyesters, polyamides (e.g., nylon, Kevlar, Nomex, trogamide), or a conjugation of polyester, polyamide, and polypropylene. The reason that everyone says they are good for wicking moisture is due to the ultra fine diameter of the thread, which creates some loft between the fibers and allows the moisture to pass through. Hypothetically. So I think that we are stuck with a natural fiber, cotton/wool, or a synthetic-- which is just going to be labeled "microfiber." Ikea has a Rodtoppa duvet that is 50/50 polyester and lyocell (wood cellulose.) There are duvet covers that are made specifically for people that are allergic to dust mites, that are designed to keep the fibers contained. You might try one of those. I bought my daughter an all wool comforter on Etsy, and dang it was expensive, and heavy, but it is wonderful for temperature regulation. Hope you get some sleep!
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I go back and forth on bedding...but your post made me curious. Wiki says that microfiber actually refers to the diameter of the filament, and that the content can be polyesters, polyamides (e.g., nylon, Kevlar, Nomex, trogamide), or a conjugation of polyester, polyamide, and polypropylene. The reason that everyone says they are good for wicking moisture is due to the ultra fine diameter of the thread, which creates some loft between the fibers and allows the moisture to pass through. Hypothetically. So I think that we are stuck with a natural fiber, cotton/wool, or a synthetic-- which is just going to be labeled "microfiber." Ikea has a Rodtoppa duvet that is 50/50 polyester and lyocell (wood cellulose.) There are duvet covers that are made specifically for people that are allergic to dust mites, that are designed to keep the fibers contained. You might try one of those. I bought my daughter an all wool comforter on Etsy, and dang it was expensive, and heavy, but it is wonderful for temperature regulation. Hope you get some sleep!
Thank you very much.
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