Bless You, (Sometimes) Silky Sheets

Silky Sheets is a fun way to jazz up your bed... or to put it back in order when you're done!
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Pros:
Smells great, dries wet spots.
Cons:
Causes sneezing.
Rating by reviewer:
4
useful review
Have you ever heard that silly saying that a sneeze is 1/10th of an orgasm? Well by that measure alone, Silky Sheets got me halfway there! I purchased this product for its intriguing claim that it can make your sheets feel silky smooth. While that wasn't always the case, Silky Sheets does have some very pleasant uses: it masks the smell of sex, helps to dry up pesky wet spots, and causes some pretty entertaining sneezing fits.

Full disclosure: I do not have allergies, though I do have a sensitive nose. Sniffing too much perfume in a store can turn me into a sniffling, sneezing mess. The first time I sprayed this product, I was sneezing for the better part of 5 minutes. I hadn't over-sprayed or anything; I think the aerosol has some kind of particle that just irritates my nose. I really liked the spray, though, so I found a simple solution to my problem. My partner sprays Silky Sheets while I'm in the other room. Once the spray settles, I have no problems at all. Thankfully, it doesn't irritate the skin or stain the sheets.

The silky feeling varies depending on what kind of sheets you use. We found the best results using single-ply, higher thread count Egyptian cotton. Silky Sheets was downright slickery on our sateen sheets, performed so-so on jersey knits, and pretty much failed on flannel (as you might expect).

I purchased the plumeria scent and find it to be absolutely heavenly. The best unintended side-effect is that the scent permeates the entire room in a very mild way, leaving my whole bedroom smelling slightly sweet and very fresh. It mixes well with odors, the way many air fresheners don't, and seems to almost neutralize the smell of sex.

As for using Silky Sheets to soak up wet spots, it works better than I would've thought and helps fluids to evaporate much faster than they would on their own. In fact, we use the spray much more often for post-coitus cleanup than for foreplay. One can lasts several months, depending on frequency of use, and is definitely worth the money (and the sneezes). Gesundheit!
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Comments
  • spicywife
    spicywife  
    I've never heard that saying. This product is certainly an interesting concept! Thanks for the review!
  • Adriana Ravenlust
    Adriana Ravenlust  
    I heard it's 1/8th of an orgasm. LOL I just posted a review of this on my blog. I think I picked a scent that just wasn't great (pear blossom). How would oyu describe the plumeria? Flowery? Anything else?

  • Mrs. Sparks
    Mrs. Sparks  
    I read that review last night! I can only imagine that almost fermented smell, though I've never tried pear. Plumeria smells sweeter, slightly floral. The scent can get a little heavy if you spray too much.
  • MK434
    MK434  
    Nice review!
  • deltalima
    deltalima  
    Thanks for sharing
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