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How to Soften New Sheets

New sheets, no matter what their thread count, can be stiff and scratchy. Chemicals used during manufacture are mainly to blame for this discomfort. You spend an estimated third of your life in bed, so you want your linens to be as soft as possible. A simple method will send you on your way to a goo...
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