Hotel Bath Towel Set 100% Cotton OEM Welcome
| 70X140cm 500g 32s Hotel Bath Towel 100% Cotton OEM Welcome|
|Bath towel||70cm*140cm 500g-800g or customized size|
|Face towel||35*75cm 120g-180g or customized size|
|Hand towel||32*32cm 50g-60g or customized size|
|Color||White or as customer|
|Logo||Jacquard ,Embroider, Applique|
Model no.: H-B-T-1999
Feature: quick dry towel, ultra soft towel ,no chemical added superior water absorption
Gram weight: 400-500gsm
Size: 70*140cm 80x160cm, 50x90cm or as customized
Delivery time: 30 days for bath towel
Type: bath towel
Sample time: 2 days for bath towel
Shipping: by sea or airline
Transport package: carton/polybag
Usage: home, hotel, sports, SPA
Age group: adults
Material: 100% cotton
Color: white or as customized
Density: 21s, 32s/2,16s
Stitching: 3-needle 5-thread interlock stitch
How to wash towels to make them last longer
Learn the best ways to wash towels, as well tips for drying and folding towels like a pro.
These easy care tips will help keep your towels softer and last longer.
Believe it or not, there is an actual right way to wash your towels.
If you want them to last, that is.
While you can get a towel clean by simply tossing it into the washing machine, these helpful tips will keep your towels looking and feeling like new even after several washes.
Wash and dry bath towels before using them for the first time. Most towels have silicone or other finishes. Washing the towels removes these finishes and permits maximum absorbency.
To set colors, wash colored towels with similar colors in warm water for the first several items of washing. Using about half the recommended amount of detergent, add 1/2 to 1 cup of white vinegar to the wash water. The vinegar helps set the colors and removes excess detergent residue.
Wash towels every three to four days. Use warm water and color-safe bleach (if needed) for colored towels. Use hot water and non-chlorine bleach (if needed) for white towels. White towels should be washed separately or with other white items to avoid subtle discoloration over time.
Wash bath towels separately from clothing for sanitary reasons.
Use fabric softeners according to directions, but use only every three or four washes. Waxy buildup from softeners can deteriorate the towel fibers over time and reduce their absorbency.
Give your towels a shake when taking them out of the washer. This will help fluff the terry loops that aid absorbency. Don't iron terry towels; this will reduce absorbency.