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AFreSheet Peel Away Bed Sheet

A Fresh Sheet on Shark Tank

Peel Away Disposable Bed Sheets - Episode 709 - 11/13/2015

Disposable sheets on Episode 709,
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Shark Tank Episode 709
 By making your bed with a AFreSheet instead of a bed sheet, you can quickly change the bottom sheet by just peeling off a brand new disposable fresh sheet. The Fresh Sheet is coming to Shark Tank in Episode 709 this Friday night, is seven bottom sheets thick with each peel-off layer made with a soft water-absorbent polyester on the top side and a waterproof layer on the bottom. Why change your bed sheets when you can simply peel away a brand new fresh sheet?

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The inventor of the AFreshSheet is Maxwell Cohen, who'll be demonstrating his Fresh Disposable Sheets on the next Shark Tank Show. Surprisingly, the AFresheet's primary target market is college dorms with students having a history of not changing the bed sheet's for several months at a time. Considering the AFreshSheet is seven layers thick, students can now make the bed once when school begins, and never have to change the sheets for the entire school year.

When thinking about a peel-away disposable bed sheet appearing on Shark Tank, the first thing that comes to mind is the cost, and more importantly, how soft is A Fresh Sheet?
The package of seven disposable sheets only costs $29.95 each which seems like a good deal, especially considering how much it costs for college students doing seven loads of laundry. As far as how soft is the disposable sheets, well, Martha Stewart herself said, "The AFreSheet is Super Soft" which is a huge compliment IMO.

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I get the idea targeting college student's to help prove A Fresh Sheet's concept, (that's where the idea originated) but at the same time, there seem to be other potentially more profitable markets AFreSheet has yet to explore. Specifically, almost any for-profit business renting temporary beds could benefit from using peel-off sheets. It certainly would save the employees time, energy and the expense of washing the sheets as opposed to peeling off a new layer and you're done. The price in my opinion still needs to come down (especially when buying in bulk) for AFreshSheet to become an alternative for the average consumer.

As one of the biggest Shark Tank Fans on this Planet, who always has an opinion what the Sharks will do before the Show airs, the A Fresh Sheet has me completely stumped. My first reaction was there's no way any of the Sharks would invest in a peel-away disposable bed sheet being marketed mostly to college students. But will the Sharks see past trying to prove-the-concept within this somewhat limited market, and see the bigger picture targeting larger accounts buying the Fresh Sheets in bulk quantities on a regular basis?

Watch the AFreSheet on the next Shark Tank Show in Episode 709 this Friday night, 11/13/2015 and see if any of the Sharks invest in the peel away disposable sheet business.

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  1. I saw the product. I agree with the sharks. This is a great idea--for someone who doesn't mind sheets that don't feel soft. I personally like soft bedding.

    Further, none of the sharks invested in the product.

  2. Wow!wow! Got these wonderful soft feeling sheets in today. I have to say I am very pleased with their quality and their color. My granddaughters started arguing right away over who was going to use them first. They have very nice pockets so they won't slip off very easily. The thread count is high enough that they should wash and dry wrinkle free. I will be buying more love the feel.