You love your bed; it’s warm, comfortable and there is nothing better than relaxing with a cup of hot coffee watching tv under the duvet on a Saturday morning.
However, your bed is much, much more disgusting than you imagine – in fact, it’s a mass of fungi, bacteria, soil, sweat, sputum and skin, with humans shedding, on average, 10g of skin per day.
Oh my lord!
On top of that, your bed is drowning in the 100 litres of sweat you produce every year – and all those snacks you ate in bed – means your bed is a breeding ground for fungi and bacteria.
With this in mind, we want to know how often we need to be washing our sheets in order to keep them as clean as possible.
We know how much of a pain in the butt washing your sheets can be, but turns out that skimping on the number of times you wash your sheets isn’t just dirty, it can be dangerous.