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- Machine wash at 60°C - Ideally cotton towels should be washed at 40-60°C and can be machine washed.
- Do not bleach - Cotton fabrics cannot withstand strong bleaching agents. We therefore recommend that in order to achieve a long life span, the products should not be bleached. This is not always practical and in order to remove stains it is possible to use a very low concentration of household bleach on the white products. Great care should be taken when using bleach to dilute the bleaching agent before applying it to the fabric and also to ensure the bleaching is done in cold water. Please follow the safety procedures and recommendations on the bleach container!
- May be tumble dried - Towels should be tumble dried in order to remain soft and “fluffy”. It is ideal to leave the towels to air dry until they are partially dry and then tumble dry on a short cycle. This will help to reduce the energy bills and benefit the environment.
- Do not use fabric softener - Do not use fabric softeners when washing your towels. Fabric softeners typically reduce the absorbency of the towels.