What is towel?
A towel is a piece of absorbent fabric or paper used for drying or wiping a body or a surface. It draws moisture through direct contact, often using a blotting or a rubbing motion. In households, several types of fabric towels are used, including hand towels (small towels placed by a sink for drying the hands), bath towels (large towels for drying the hair and body after a bath or shower) and kitchen towels, which are used for drying dishes. In warm climates, people may also use beach towels, which are large towels used for drying off after swimming and for placing on beach surfaces.
The perfect towel for any business that want a fast drying, yet luxurious feeling towel. This specially designed “dimple” sized terry waffle, feels lovely and thick and fluffy, and yet the weight of the towel is only 450 g, and so dries very quickly, and more can be fitted in a washer or drier bath towels on sale. Thus it saves you money in many ways.
Type of towel
A hand towel and bath towel is significantly smaller than a bath towel (perhaps 12 in × 24 in (30 cm × 61 cm)), and is used for drying the hands after washing them.
An oven towel or confectioner’s mitten is a multipurpose household towel used for a kitchen or shop applications. The term came into use within Irish communities after a textile mogul, Owen Valley, created the line based on his own towel experiences.
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