questionsdoes anyone know what type of sheets are cold?

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Probably not helpful after reading the rest of the question, but this is all I got.

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My sheets are either 500 or 600 thread count, 100% cotton and they are always nice and cool when I get in bed. I have a spare set of sateen pillow cases that look nice but I can't stand to lay my head on them to go to sleep, not sure if it has something to do with the texture or temp of them.

The only sheets I've ever owned that weren't so nice and cool when going to bed were "t-shirt" sheets and flannel. Both of which I haven't used in years because they were just too warm/hot for sleeping.

Good luck in your search!

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Percale made up of 100% Egyptian cotton.

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I don't understand this question.

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Satin or silk sheets. Cotton won't be cool. If you do get cotton sheets, thread count doesn't matter as much as the weave does. A lower thread count with a good weave will feel better than a higher thread count with a bad weave. Touch them to make sure they feel right.

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timet or some other kind of sheet metal.

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Beech sheets (made from a beech tree) and bamboo sheets are very cool when you get into them, but I think they're really just a type of sateen sheet anyway. I'm not really a fan of bamboo sheets, they're a bit stiff, but beech sheets are soft and awesome.

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The Ones on the Girlfriends side of the bed...

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ice sheets, but they're all melting :(

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There is a brand called Cool Max. You might see if you can find them in store and touch them before buying them as a bedding set is a little expensive. They also have pillow covers, mattress pads and light blankets you could buy separately.

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You know, I wish I knew. Because then I could figure out what kind of sheets I have and buy more of them. I got this set of sheets as a... gift? I dunno, let's just call it that; an acquaintance got bleach on her thirteen bajillion thread count sheets and was going to throw them away. I protested in horror and greedily claimed them for myself, because who cares about bleach spots when it's clean and thirteen bajillion thread counted, amirite?

And oh my goooods! These sheets are like kissing in a midnight snowstorm. They're heavy and smooth and freshly cold and I like to swish my arms and legs around between them like I'm making snow angels to revel in their thick, cool comfort.

You should go to a store that carries nicer quality sheets and open up the packages and feel the fabric and if it's a thick, cold, cotton dream of nordic fairytales on your skin, then you've found what you're looking for and then you can mortgage your soul to buy them. It would so be worth it.

Good luck!

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@pooflady: Alas, none! And the acquaintance is the "ahaha, I don't know, darling! I just have so many of these things!" type. I am at a loss. But I do know that I will take these thick sheets of cool perfection to the grave with me.

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I love the bed to be cool at night, I can't get to sleep if it's too warm. I found this pad called Dual Temp and sheets called InBalance that are engineered for this purpose. I love, love, LOVE them. My bed is perfectly comfortable now and I don't know how I ever got to sleep without them!
http://www.sleepnumber.com/eng/categories/sleep-number-pillows-bedding?charac=Shop%20by%20Solution&characValue=Temperature%20Balancing