Sheets of San Francisco, Sponsor of the Smut Marathon 2019!

I am absolutely delighted to announce Sheets of San Francisco as sponsor for this year’s edition of the Smut Marathon 2019!

Who is Sheets of San Francisco?

Instead of trying to introduce this sponsor to you, I will allow them to do it themselves:

Most of us enjoy sex and for many of us it can be a delightfully messy experience. The team at Sheets of San Francisco wanted to create a range of products that would allow people to make as much mess as they wanted, wherever and whenever, without having to think too much about it. One of the main differences about us here at Sheets of San Francisco is our determination to create a high quality, premium product that felt great to use, yet was extremely practical and durable. Our team spent many months researching and developing unique fabrics and designs which have evolved into the innovative range of products we offer today. We think this says a lot about us and our ethos.

Our range of fitted sheets and flat throws utilise our high quality engineered fabrics to provide products that are not just fluid proof but have a range of additional qualities, being breathable, highly tactile with a great feel against the skin, yet extremely tough. Amazingly on top of all this our sheets are extremely easy to launder ready to go again and again.

Designed to cater for a range of interest from intimate massages to messy lube sessions and even food play wax-play and watersports our fluidproof sheets appeal across the spectrum.

I have seen their products at Eroticon and felt the quality of the sheets, and can tell you that I would love to own one of their products!

The prize

Sheets of San Francisco has two distinct ranges, the printed funsheets and the funsheets plus, and besides this they also have a custom range.

Sheets of San Francisco is offering the winner of the Smut Marathon 2019
a choice between a black or printed throw.

There are more products on their site, so make sure you check them out!

Please also follow Sheets of San Francisco on Twitter.

~ Marie Rebelle

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