It looks like Sears Canada website doesn’t like to publish negative reviews about its products. I had to post mine a couple of times before it got published on the site (it was rejected the first time), received an e-mail saying my review is live, and I confirmed this. Then I went back a couple of days later and the review was gone. I assume the same thing happens with Sears website for U.S. shoppers. Maybe it’s a good idea for people to know they are seeing only the reviews Sears wants them to see, which is misleading. Here is the that Sears published and later removed from its website: | Poor Quality | The sheets softened up some after a wash, but are still pretty rough after three washings. Sometimes people say Egyptian cotton will soften up with washings, but that’s just a way to discourage you from returning the product. I no longer buy from Sears website or catalogue – in my experience, too many merchants are using it as a place to dump stuff that wouldn’t sell in the store. One pass of your hand on this fabric and you know it’s no good. I was too busy to return these sheets within the one month they give you as a reward for paying cash (store card users get three months). | As another reviewer mentioned, they did shrink a lot even though I dried them on the lowest heat setting, however they still almost fit my pillow top mattress though not very well due to the shrinkage. They do not appear to be sateen as advertised, and the thread count is questionable – very grainy. The fabric already has some pills, and the pillowcase is starting to come apart at the seams.
- Name: Sears Canada Inc
- Country: Canada
- City: Toronto
- Address: 290 Yonge Street Suite 700
- Website: www.sears.ca