January 23, 2023
Mulberry Park Silks was featured in the article, “The Best Way To Wash Your Silk Sheets To Keep Them Wrinkle-Free” by House Digest.
The article, written by Melissa Maynard discusses the many benefits of sleeping on silk, from temperature regulation to allergy management. Additionally Maynard points out the obvious benefits of luster and luxuriousness. The article goes on to explain the best way to maintain your silk sheets and avoid wrinkles, “First, Mulberry Park Silks advises that you take a good look at the instructions for properly caring for your sheets before putting them in the washer. The company suggests keeping all of your silk products together by using a mesh bag while washing, choosing a detergent that can handle the fabric's delicate nature, and ensuring that you carefully dry your sheets. They advise letting them air dry outside, but never in direct sunlight — and do not wring the water out as this could cause further wrinkles and damage,” the article states.
“We are honored to be featured in House Digest for the second time.” says Erika Cellupica, Mulberry Park Silks Brand Manager, “Besides creating quality silk products at fair prices, our primary intention when we opened Mulberry Park Silks was to educate our clients. Our ‘Silk Insider Blog’. The blog continues to grow in popularity, creating awareness about all the benefits silk has to offer. We focus on everything from momme weight to stain removal to how silk can benefit your beauty and hair care routines. We are proud to be a resource in the silk community.”
Mulberry Park Silks is a division of Fine Linen and Bath, an online luxury linen retailer located in Branford, CT. Mulberry Park Silks offers a complete line of silk products including silk pillowcases , 22 momme deluxe bedding , children’s bedding , silk robes and a line of silk accessories including sleep masks , glam bands , lavender eye pillows , travel pillows and hair scrunchies . All fabric used for MPS products is 100% pure mulberry long-strand silk and has been OEKO-TEX® Certified (Standard 100) to be free of chemicals. You can read the full article here .