Category: ‘Towel Care’

Washing Tips for Towels and Bathrobes: Keeping them Absorbent

April 18, 2015 Posted by admin

Stiff towels or bathrobes keep bothering you? If your towels or bathrobes have lost their softness and become stiff it can be due to the use of detergent.

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Softening Your Linen Towels

March 19, 2015 Posted by admin

Probably most of you know, that new linen towels tend to be quite hard, crispy and hardly absorb humidity the first few times that you use them. Since that is quite a big problem for most linen lovers, we prepared a list of tips to make your new linen towels softer and more absorbent right after you buy them.

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How to Wash Kitchen Towels without Ruining Them

March 19, 2015 Posted by admin

Linen towels are perfect for each kitchen – they look great, are highly absorbent and can make your kitchen look luxurious. Despite all the positive features, it is really easy to ruin them while washing. In order to help you keep your kitchen towels looking new and fresh we have selected the most important steps of washing them.

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Keeping Your White Linen Huckaback Towels Bright and Shiny

April 18, 2013 Posted by admin

White linen huckaback linen towels are often considered the most luxurious bathroom towels. They are highly absorbing, dry quickly, they are soft and nice to one’s skin, they have micro-massaging effect, and they are hypo-allergic. What else would you possibly want for a perfect day start after a shower or relaxing time in a bath? And white is always more festive, more luxurious. So how one should take care of the huckaback linen towels in white to keep them bright and spotlessly clean?

The good news – it’s not a hard work at all! Just know some rules and enjoy your beautiful linen bathroom linen. (more…)

Keeping Your Tea Towels Fresh and Odor-less

February 14, 2013 Posted by admin

Tea towels are meant to be highly absorbent so they can dry dishes and kitchen counters effectively. Linen tea towels or linen kitchen towels are the most absorbent ones. The downside of the high absorbency is tea towels also tend to absorb odors from food or from being damp the long time. Using tea towels over and over exacerbates this problem. Moisture often causes tea towels to develop a sour smell. Oils from food can make your linen tea towels smell rancid. To avoid this problem one only need to change some habits around the kitchen and the way one washes these cotton or linen tea towels.

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is to hang those kitchen towels that are still clean but damp in a well-ventilated area immediately after use. You can re-use your tea towels a couple of times if you have used them only to dry clean dishes or your hands and the towels are relatively dry. The main thing here is that they have to become dry again quickly. Slow drying leads to an unpleasant odor. 
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Organize Your Bathroom Towels

January 9, 2013 Posted by admin

Cotton or linen towels are a necessity in every bathroom. Most of us use bath towels, hand towels, decorative towels and towels for cleaning. First of all they serve their function, of course, but we all know they also add to the décor of a bathroom. In order to keep your bathroom neat, you need to organize your towels properly.

Your everyday bath towels have to be hanged in a place where they will be able to dry quickly after use. A towel bar on the wall or shower door is a solution if only one towels is usually used. If multiple people use the bathroom, and therefore there usually are multiple wet towels, a towel holder with several hooks will do the work. Spread the hooks out enough to allow the bathroom linen dry properly between uses. (more…)

7 Tips to Increase Longevity of Your Bath Towel

November 9, 2012 Posted by admin

When buying towels, especially luxurious ones – like linen towels, for example, we expect them to last long – maintain their absorbency capabilities and texture, keep shape and color. Alas, not always this comes true. In order to increase the longevity of your bath towels, hand towels, bath sheets or tea towels, read and follow these simple instructions.

1. We all know that new bathroom towels – linen towels or cotton or bamboo or other – achieve their full absorbency and softness only after three to four washes. To shorten this process you can soak your new towels in water with a cup of ammonia to it, and leave them overnight. Next day wash your bath towels in the machine with a cup of detergent and a cup of clear vinegar. Then dry them completely and clear the excess lint which is characteristic to new towel. Avoid washing old bath towels with new ones. (more…)