Travel with these disposable sheets, and you’ll never worry about cleanliness again

I’m always a little wary of hotel cleanliness, even when staying in nice, clean hotels.  I do things like encase the TV remotes in ziplock baggies, and I throw the comforter in the corner as soon as I enter the room.  When I used to have to travel for business and had no control over where I was booked to stay, I was even bit wary of the sheets in some places.  Back in the day, I could have used some of these Beantown Bedding disposable sheet sets.

These Beantown laundry-free sheets can be used on a hotel, camp, or dorm bed, and they are sturdy enough that you can use them for days or weeks.  When you change the bed or move to your next travel destination, you simply throw away these biodegradable, compostable sheets.  They are made of 30% TENCEL / 70% lenzing viscose, and the bacteria-, mold-, and dust mite-resistant TENCEL makes them hypoallergenic.  The description says they are a natural white color and are “chemical-free, dye-free, odor-free” – but hey, we all know that even water is a chemical, so I assume they mean free of dangerous chemicals.

A set of two pillowcases is $9.95.  Sheet sets to fit cots, twin (regular or extra-long), full, queen, or king mattress start at $19.95; each set includes a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and one or two pillowcases.  Order a single set or set up an auto-delivery subscription of these laundry-free sheets at the Beantown Bedding website.

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2 thoughts on “Travel with these disposable sheets, and you’ll never worry about cleanliness again”

  1. Hi, Janet! I’m a big fan of tencel, but I wonder about the bigger environmental impact of these sheets. Technically, cotton is biodegradable, too. If people toss sheets in the trash, it’s just one more thing going to a landfill for the next xx years. Also, what about the energy being used to constantly make new fabric, sheets, etc.?
    Did Beantown offer you any insight into their processes around this or how they offset the waste? Thanks!

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