First, warm the water in the basin, add a neutral detergent to completely dissolve it, then fold the towel into the basin and step on it with your feet several times. Apply detergent to the oily area, rinse gently, then allow the water to drain, then rinse with warm water. When wrung out, the folded bath towel can be rolled into a cylindrical shape and squeezed to dryness.
The towel should be rolled up before being treated with a dehydrator. If you want to make the washed towel feel loose and loose, you can use the softener to handle it.
If the bath towel is not cleaned or used for a long time, it will cause bacteria to grow and the towel will have an odor. According to the introduction of home textile experts, bath towels for personal use should be replaced regularly, up to a maximum of 3 months. If the bath towel becomes hard, you can add 30 grams of soda ash or appropriate softener in 1.5 kg of water for 10 minutes.
Because high temperature disinfection and washing are often required, the raw materials used for good bath towels are generally first-class combed fine-staple cotton or long-staple cotton, and have more high-grade and environmentally-friendly bamboo fiber fabrics.
Egyptian long-staple cotton is a soft, heat-resistant plant fiber that is often considered to be the best cotton variety in textile fabrics, mainly in North Africa. Combing is made from a selection of long-staple cotton woven, although the cost is high, but this makes the texture more dense, while the hand feels more soft.
There is also Belgian linen in the high-quality raw materials for making bath towels. Belgian linen is generally only a few centimeters to a dozen centimeters. It has a strong oil absorption, no loops, natural color and a bit of toughness.
Bamboo fiber is made from high-quality natural bamboo, processed by special high-tech process, extracted from cellulose in bamboo, and then made into regenerated cellulose fiber by processes such as making rubber and spinning.