A woman has been left disappointed with her new $20 silk pyjamas after noticing they left a red stain on her bed sheets.

Lash technician, Crystal Connors, 23, made a video showing off her new budget sleepwear and appeared thrilled with her purchase.

‘Thinking I absolutely scored with my $20 Kmart pjs,’ she wrote on the video which shows her dancing in the coordinated red satin short and shirt set.

A women has been left disappointed with her new $20 PJ set after noticing they left a red stain on her bed sheets

A women has been left disappointed with her new $20 PJ set after noticing they left a red stain on her bed sheets

A women has been left disappointed with her new $20 PJ set after noticing they left a red stain on her bed sheets

But then the young woman pulled her doona away to reveal a red stain where she slept the night before.

‘Now I have red ink on my white sheets,’ she said.

‘We still love you Kmart, but would Peter Alexander do this to us?’ she asked in the post.

People were quick to comment on the video which went viral and has been liked more than 10,000 times.

‘Can confirm, this didn’t happen with the Peter Alexander version,’ one woman said. 

But one woman claimed the more expensive brands have also left stains in their beds.

The woman showed off the stain on her sheets - she says her new pjs were to blame

The woman showed off the stain on her sheets - she says her new pjs were to blame

The woman showed off the stain on her sheets – she says her new pjs were to blame

The short sleeve satin pjs have been very popular for the retailer - they are $20

The short sleeve satin pjs have been very popular for the retailer - they are $20

The short sleeve satin pjs have been very popular for the retailer – they are $20

‘This is why you have to wash them first,’ one woman pointed out.

Others revealed they had also taken home the cheap red pyjamas only to have the same problem.

But shoppers were divided over the issue.

‘I have the same pair and they are great – they haven’t stained my bed or skin,’ one woman said. 

Others said the dye should come out of the sheets easily, and that it’s more likely to happen to people who sweat a lot when they sleep. 

FEMAIL have approached Kmart for comment.

Source: DailyMail

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