TRIPLE SHEETING is a luxurious, cost-effective and efficient bedding solution. It guarantees a clean, crisp bed that is easily managed by the housekeeping staff – ultimately saving considerable time and money.
Clean and Fresh
Triple sheeting components can be laundered after each guest to ensure a sanitary environment
Bedspreads can cost $100-$250 per piece, and up to $25 per piece in off-site laundering. By replacing a bedspread with one additional sheet, the Triple Sheeting technique can significantly reduce overall operational costs.
Duvet covers cause housekeeping to spend three times longer to make the bed. Triple Sheeting is an easy step-by-step process that can greatly increase housekeeping efficiency.
ITEMS NEEDED: flat/fitted sheet to cover mattress, basic flat sheet, lightweight blanket and decorative top sheet
- Step 1: Build Your Foundation
Option 1) Lay a flat sheet on mattress and tuck all the way around the bed.
Option 2) Use a fitted sheet to cover mattress. (This is the Bottom Sheet)
- Step 2: Add Next Layer
Place the top hem of flat sheet so it is even with the top of the mattress. The sheet should be even on all sides and smooth. (This is the Middle Sheet)
- Step 3: Add Filling
Place a lightweight blanket on top of the middle sheet starting 6 inches below the top of the mattress.
- Step 4: Add Decorative Top Sheet
Place remaining flat sheet on top of the blanket. The top hem should be even with the top of the mattress.
- Step 5: Fold
Fold 1) Take the top of both flat sheets and fold down together about 6 inches (blanket should not be included in this fold). Fold 2) Then fold down the two flat sheets and the blanket another 6 inches. The sheets should now be folded twice and the blanket folded once.
- Step 6: Finishing Touches
Tuck in both flat sheets along with the blanket beneath the foot of the mattress. The hanging fabric at the sides of the foot will have made a short U-Shape. Turn back the U-shape along the length of the bed, then pull towards the headboard, parallel to the mattress. Tuck the hanging corners of the sheet and blanket together under the mattress.