ASDA Navy Flat Sheet - Double

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    ASDA Navy Flat Sheet - Double
    £6.00
    ASDA Navy Flat Sheet - Double

    ASDA Navy Flat Sheet - Double

    £6.00

    Enjoy luxurious bedding for less with Asda�s double bed sheet. This gorgeous sheet comes in a classic navy, making it a natural fit in any modern bedroom. This essential sheet boasts a 144 thread count for guaranteed comfort and is machine washable for your convenience.

    This essential sheet measures W135 x D24 x H190.

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    Size Double
    Colour Blue
    Dimensions W135 x D24 x H190cm
    Machine Wash 30 Degree Wash
    Material Polycotton
    Product Type Double Flat Sheets
    Tumble Dry At low temperature
    Type Flat Sheets
    Brand ASDA
     
    Delivered from £2.95
    by Wednesday 23 April
    Standard: 3-5 days £2.95
    Next day £4.50
    Named day £4.50
    Named day and time £5.95
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    Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by good value Bought these sheets as they were the cheapest I could find and had the best range of colours in King size. Bought navy and lilac and am really impressed with the colour (true to what was on the screen). They are quite scratchy when you first use them, as to be expected for the price, but after a wash they soften up a a bit. Bought flat as fitted ones dont fit our thick mattress: they are big enough to tuck in. Definitely recommended if you're on a budget. 25 July 2013
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