Printed Funsheet from Sheets of San Francisco

Sheets of San Francisco

A Fluid-proof, silk feel, flat, digitally printed Funsheet Throw. With its high quality engineered digitally printed, tactile surface, this beautiful throw featuring our unique Strap 3 design can be used to protect whatever is underneath from all the rough and tumble of your play whilst looking fantastic and feeling great. Use it in the bedroom, throw it over the sofa or even lay it on the floor, the choice is yours for this versatile throw.

  • Fluid Proof
  • Breathable
  • Digitally printed
  • Tactile
  • Machine Washable.
  • Seam Free.
  • Made in US

Printed funsheet
printed funsheet

Printed Funsheet Review

I’d been coveting one of these sheets since I first saw them at ETO last year (2015). If I remember correctly they didn’t have a stand that year, I think Mark was carrying around samples and chatting about them. They felt great and I was very curious about how well they would protect a bed from various sex related……spillages. ;D  I spent the next year pestering poor Mark at every opportunity, and by pestering I mean reminding him that I really wanted to review a printed funsheet if the opportunity arose. And at ETO this year I was fortunate enough to be given that chance. There is a definite possibility I hugged the bag with the sheet in a few times on my journey home. I was very excited about testing it.

printed funsheet

The Printed Funsheet Throw I received is made from 3-ply, engineered, silk feel, printed polyester/polyurethane fabric. It measures 55 x 83 inches. As you can see in the above photo it has a fabulous strap pattern printed on it. I really liked this as it was just a bit different from having plain black. It covered my double bed perfectly. It feels luxurious, thicker than a normal sheet but not as heavy as a blanket. It’s really soft and comfortable to lie on.  I did wonder how something that didn’t feel even a little bit ‘shiny’ could be waterproof but those fears were totally unfounded, as I realised when I tested it.

printed funsheet

Before first use I threw it in the washer, you don’t have to do this, I just have raging paranoia and wash everything before I use it. Then I used it a few times for sexy fun. I actually found it was quite cooling to lay on, which was welcome in this heat. My partner even managed to get me to squirt, and I admit a little part of me was still sceptical until I pulled it back and found the bed underneath was completely dry.

I threw it in the wash and hung it out dry. Not sure what the neighbours thought…….and I honestly don’t really care. Lol.

My next phase of testing was a little more messy, although maybe not quite as fun. I grabbed wax play candles, lube, massage oil, and a bottle of water. I laid the Printed Funsheet Throw out on my bed and allocated a square to each medium. Then I set about messing up the sheet.

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After messing it up, and taking the photos I flexed the sheet to get off the thick of the wax, then used a scraper on the stubborn patches. Which left the wax square looking like this:

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I didn’t do anything else to the other squares. And I didn’t add any extra cleaning stuff to the wax or other squares. I just gathered it up, and threw it in the washing machine with my usual washing detergent. Then I hung it on the line to dry, be careful pulling it out of the machine, you may get some water run off if you’re not.

The water, oil, and lube all washed out perfectly. Unfortunately the wax I used had left the sheet very faintly stained.

printed funsheet

I did worry I may have damaged to integrity of the waterproofing but I tested the area and it was still perfect. I kind of like the spotty pattern I’ve managed to create.

Overall

I loved this. It was worth the wait. Even though I have managed to stain it, it doesn’t affect it’s use, and it was something I could feedback to Sheets of San Francisco, so they know for future. If you want a soft feel, flexible, waterproof throw that can be easily machine washed look no further; the Printed FunSheet from Sheets of San Francisco is ideal.

 

If you’d like to see one of these fabulous sheets in person, Mark and the team will be at Sexhibition this weekend (19th-21st August). Stop by and say hi.

 

*I was given the Printed Funsheet Throw by Sheets of San Francisco in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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