Today a microfiber comforter in stores goes for between twenty-five and thirty-five dollars on average. Which is surprisingly cheap compared to any other type. Of course there are a lot of complaints circulating around the quality of anything made out of microfiber, because to some people cotton is king however,
Why Microfiber is better
Microfiber is a manmade material consisting of polyester and a few other fibers, which of course creates
As to which is more comfortable is strictly a matter of opinion. Some preferprefer the smooth, soft t-shit like quality of the microfiber, while other prefer the live in cooling effect of the microfiber. Also Microfiber comforters are used mainly in spring and autumn, sometimes even summer, when days are hot but nights cool down. Microfiber is thin enough to breath while still feeling insulated for colder temperatures. Cotton is almost always strictly used for winter as it is not as breathable, and holds in more body heat.
Surprisingly one single strand of microfiber polyester is times finer than a human hair. Making microfiber one of the most breathable fabrics around, and also helping it to resist stretching and wear over time. Cotton sheets shrink and pill the forming of small beads of fabric over the surface. And are also quicker to wear out, and tear. Whereas microfiber lasts several years past a cotton option. Cotton also has a tendency to shrink, and wrinkle with repeated washes, because microfiber is pre-shrunk this is not a problem with a Microfiber option.
Perhaps the most selling thing about a microfiber option is the price. These comforters run about eighty to one hundred and fifty dollars less than other option. Making them by far the most affordable option. They also come in a variety of colors, patterns, and thickness. The comforter is universally the most popular bed dressing option for its variety and the fact that it is easy to change the look of a room just by changing the comforter.