Whyte Travel Sheets

by Jack Guy

Aug 11, 2019

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Products / Travel

If you worry about what might be lurking in your hotel bed, why not take some travel sheets on your next trip?


These ethically sourced, organic, 300-thread-count cotton sheets tick a lot of boxes for comfort as well as cleanliness. The product is essentially a sleeping bag made of sheets, so you can lie on top of the existing bedding without actually touching it.


Tuck your hotel pillow into the pillowcase, and slide inside the sheet layers. If you want to add your own scent, add a sachet or a smell bag to the scent pouch on the side of the pillow case. Travel Whyte sells organic lavender or eucalyptus scent sachets, so you can block out any unwelcome odors.


Those concerned about hygiene and hotel beds might find these travel sheets a good solution. They pack down small for easy packing and will only get softer with use, according to Travel Whyte.


A sheet and sachet bundle will set you back $55 from the Travel Whyte Kickstarter page, which ran a successful funding campaign.


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