The Thicker The Bath Towel Is Thicker

- Aug 14, 2018-

Most types of bath towels retain moisture between the yarn and the yarn.

 The bamboo fiber bath towel directly absorbs water into the fiber, so that the bamboo fiber bath towel has better water absorption. When purchasing a bath towel, make sure that the quality of the bath towel is good, that is, the coil is thick and tightly woven to obtain maximum water absorption. The thicker the bath towel, the more it consists of more yarn, naturally, the faster the water can be absorbed from the body. Some people prefer velvet bath towels, which are used to trim the yarn and make it shorter. Shorter coils have slightly less water absorption, but as long as they are dry, rather than rubbing back and forth, they do not affect the overall performance of the bath. A quality bath towel can be used for ten years if properly cared for. Here are some tips for bath towels so you can enjoy the maximum comfort of a bath towel for a long time.

1. Follow the care logo, do not use too hot water and excessively dry bath towels. To keep the bath towel soft, use half of the recommended laundry detergent. Do not pour the laundry liquid directly onto the bath towel. This can cause the laundry liquid to remain on the bath towel, reducing its softness. It is recommended to use a neutral detergent solution. Do not use chlorinated detergent liquids with bleaching properties. Do not use fabric softeners frequently, avoid softeners containing cinnamon resin, and its ingredients will leave a wax coating on the bath towel to reduce water absorption.

2, dark and light bath towels are washed separately, when the towel is not, there are zippers, hooks and buttons, which may damage the coil of the bath towel. Do not mix clothing and bath towels. The fluff of the bath towel may remain on the clothes and damage the clothes.

3, when drying the bath towel, fully unfolded, well ventilated, so as to avoid the wetness of the bath towel. In addition, frequent washing of the bath towel will also reduce its service life.