How Often Do You Change / Wash Bedsheets ?

donyellemoniquex3
donyellemoniquex3 Posts: 2,388 Member
I hated changing sheets because I had the same ones for YEARS and finally got some new ones. I've gone 6 months without changing because our old washer / drier couldn't handle it. We now have an HE washer && dryer; Just changed my sheets after 3 months (from one new set to another new set) simply because I'm still so glad I got new sheets !

#monsterhighrules
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  • Sinisterly
    Sinisterly Posts: 10,914 Member
    I just burn them on a pyre.
  • tlcarolinagirl
    tlcarolinagirl Posts: 1,700 Member
    Every Saturday at minimum, but sooner if it's been a um...um...um...productive week?
  • obsidianwings
    obsidianwings Posts: 1,237 Member
    Once a week
  • phuckingbadasscutie
    phuckingbadasscutie Posts: 1,619 Member
    Bahahaha! Same here.
    Every Saturday at minimum, but sooner if it's been a um...um...um...productive week?
  • MoreBean13
    MoreBean13 Posts: 8,779 Member
    Once a week. More often if they get extra dirty. ;)

    When you're sleeping skin cells and oil and bacteria rub off and collect on the sheets, saliva drips, snot, etc. It's just kinda gross to leave that go for 3-6 months.
  • michellekicks
    michellekicks Posts: 3,624 Member
    More often than I wash my HRM chest strap.
  • indigokae
    indigokae Posts: 3 Member
    I try for once a week but it ends up being between every other week and once a month. Sometimes I don't change everything, just the bottom sheet and pillow cases.
  • You're supposed to change them?
  • Jersey_Devil
    Jersey_Devil Posts: 4,144 Member
    when the blacklight shows 100 stains, its time to change the sheets.
  • sunshinesquared
    sunshinesquared Posts: 2,733 Member
    LOL!!! Def once a week!! Ewwww
  • tlcarolinagirl
    tlcarolinagirl Posts: 1,700 Member
    when the blacklight shows 100 stains, its time to change the sheets.

    Roflmao
  • obsidianwings
    obsidianwings Posts: 1,237 Member
    when the blacklight shows 100 stains, its time to change the sheets.
    Sooo... Once a week then?
  • kdb247
    kdb247 Posts: 326 Member
    I hated changing sheets because I had the same ones for YEARS and finally got some new ones. I've gone 6 months without changing because our old washer / drier couldn't handle it. We now have an HE washer && dryer; Just changed my sheets after 3 months (from one new set to another new set) simply because I'm still so glad I got new sheets !

    #monsterhighrules

    LMAO

    Once a week is good.
  • one a week, maybe sometimes more. 6 months....*shudder*... don't wanna think about that.:sick:
  • Myhaloslipped
    Myhaloslipped Posts: 4,317 Member
    Weekly.
  • cursiny
    cursiny Posts: 907 Member
    Weekly or more....6 months, that's DISGUSTING
  • mommyhof3
    mommyhof3 Posts: 551 Member
    Every Sunday we strip beds and wash sheets. We also clean bathrooms on this day. These are my weekly musts. 6 months :sick:
  • mamma_nee
    mamma_nee Posts: 809 Member
    every week sometimes twice a week
  • seltzermint555
    seltzermint555 Posts: 10,743 Member
    Bahahaha! Same here.
    Every Saturday at minimum, but sooner if it's been a um...um...um...productive week?

    LOL. Same same.

    During the spring/summer/fall definitely every week. At minimum.

    For the winter months, I'm seriously in love with our cozy flannel sheets so we change them a bit less often. Maybe every 2 weeks coinciding with "warmer" temps (above freezing) so I can stand to use the regular sheets for a week or so before sticking the flannels back on. Plus we are not getting super sweaty in the winter (usually).
  • Before CSI has a chance to test them
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