Don't Eat the Pillow!

Silky Sheets is excellent at basically one thing: making the sheets smell great. It fails at everything else it promises: softer sheets, sexual attractants, and fast drying of wet spots. The vanilla fields scent is amazing and does make me want to smell the other ones.
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Pros:
good scent, price, made in the USA
Cons:
pheromones don't work, doesn't dry wet spots very well, doesn't soften sheets
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review
I’ve been eying the Silky Sheets Spray for probably a couple of years now. I love having scented sheets and the vanilla fields scent sounded tempting. After trying several pheromone products, I wasn’t really interested in the pheromone aspect of this, which is a good thing, since I didn’t notice any effects from it.

Silky Sheets comes packaged in a simple plastic bag with tape holding it closed. The metal can has a net weight of 4 ounces. It measures 7 1/2 inches tall and 6 1/2 inches around. It looks like a normal aerosol can, like one for hair spray or air freshener. There is a plastic lid over the spray top. I feel the spray top should be extended up a little bit higher, as the spray doesn’t fully clear the can when I press the button. Some of it just squirts onto the can and dries there. The can has a pearly white color to it with flecks of glitter in it, similar to pearl car paint. Near the top and bottom of the can are two yellow stripes, between which is the bottle’s information. The front displays in large letters “Silky Sheets pheromone powder mist” with “for sensual sheets” in smaller font. Below this is a picture of an orchid and vanilla. On the back of the can, there’s a basic description of the product as well as safety info and ingredients. This states that this powder mist contains a pheromone sexual attractant. The powder mist adds a silky feel to sheets. It instructs to hold the can 6-8 inches away from whatever you are spraying. The can warns against using this on pillows, due to its powdery consistency. It also warns that this is extremely flammable and may cause irritation to the skin. If it does so, discontinue use. The can must be stored at or below 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius) and cannot be punctured. This product is manufactured in the USA and is not tested on animals.

Ingredients: Alcohol Denat, Talc, Propane, Butane, Isobutane, Fragrance, Mineral Oil, Copulandrone, Copuline-alike, Reconstituted Andronone.

Some of the bigger ingredients in this product are extremely flammable gases. I recommend using caution when spraying this and to not spray it on a person or animal or near an open flame. Those sensitive to talc powder should avoid this product. The Isobutane, Butane, and Propane all act as propelling gases. The copulandrone, Copuline-alike, and Reconstituted Andronone are all forms of pheromones. Alcohol Denat (or denatured alcohol) is just like rubbing alcohol, it’s found in many makeup products and acts to dry wet bedding in Silky Sheets.

I ordered the vanilla fields scent, which is exactly what this smells like. The delicious scent lasts for a couple of days. It’s strongest when it is first sprayed, then it begins to fade. Spraying just my bed actually makes my entire room smell really good. I sprayed my bed maybe 2 hours before bed, and when I got in, I had to put my nose up to my sheets to actually smell anything. I didn’t really soak my bed, though. I just gave it a quick mist over the upper half. The scent of this is much better than vanilla candles or air fresheners. I can’t comment on how this stuff tastes.

Silky Sheets is supposed to add a pheromone attractant to bedding as well as dry up wet spots. I don’t feel it really does either of those. Smelling my bed doesn’t make me want tons of hot sex, it just makes me want some cookies or ice cream. Spraying this on wet spots also doesn’t dry them up unless they are very small wet spots. I dripped about a half a teaspoon of water on my sheet and sprayed Silky Sheets on it right away, and it dried it up within 10 minutes of me spraying quite a bit on it. Bigger spills did not seem to dry up at all.

As a powdery spray, this releases quite a bit of talc. Holding the can too close means sheets look all icky and powdery. I tried holding this about 8 inches away from my bedding, which still got white splotches everywhere. I feel a quick mist at about 2 feet away gives much better results. I have red sheets, so the talc really stands out when there’s too much of it on there. If you do happen to get too much in one spot, let it fully dry and simply rub it around with your hands or a dry cloth. This will spread it out pretty well. Because of the splotches, it may be better to just use this on light colored sheets.


*Continued in Experience*
Experience
I have 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, which are pretty soft. I only noticed them being a little bit softer after being sprayed with Silky Sheets. Using fabric softener would give sheets a much softer feel than this spray.

I noticed absolutely no staining to my bedding. After washing my sheets and pillow cases, they looked the same as before. The scent completely vanished. Storing this can is pretty simple. It can be set in with fabric softeners and Febreze or just left out on the night table. It’s pretty discreet. While, yes, it says it’s a sexual attractant on the back of the can, the front just makes it look like a plain fabric spray. I wouldn’t recommend travelling with this, at least on a plane. I doubt it could make it through airport security. For land travel, it should be fine if it is packed in with clothing to keep the can from puncturing.

While I love the scent of this spray, it doesn’t exactly function how it’s supposed to. For that reason, I don’t recommend it. I did know before I bought this that the pheromones probably wouldn’t work on me, so I’m not all terribly too disappointed. Those looking just for something to freshen sheets between washes may enjoy this product. Silky Sheets does seem to be worth its price. I've used this spray maybe a dozen times and still have more than half a can left.
Follow-up commentary
We still use Silky Sheets every now and then. I love getting into a nice, sweetly scented bed every night. We've used it maybe once or twice a week since I received the bottle and still have more than half of the bottle left.
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Comments
  • darthkitt3n
    darthkitt3n  
    Peggi, I actually do sometimes use this as just an air freshener. Sometimes I just don't feel like using the the normal air fresheners and so I spray Silky Sheets.
  • Devy
    Devy  
    I have the plumeria and the orange mango ones it also smells wonderful! I hate that it doesn't linger but I use the air freshener trick too.
  • mandaj
    mandaj  
    thank u for the review. i have some from different company i use mine for a room spray lol
  • Mihoshi4301
    Mihoshi4301  
    Thanks for the review.
  • Stinkytofu10
    Stinkytofu10  
    Thank you for the information and sharing your personal experiences!
  • sugar&spikes
    sugar&spikes  
    thanks for the review!
  • Feisty
    Feisty  
    Thanks for sharing!
  • deltalima
    deltalima  
    Thanks for sharing
  • Mrs.Tee
    Mrs.Tee  
    Even though its for the sheets, I would hate that the smell doesnt linger in the room very long. Great Review thanks for sharing
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