Towel Care

How to Care for Your Organic Cotton Towel
Organic Cotton is a raw and unprocessed material that gets softer and more absorbent with washing and use. To speed along the process and get the most out of your towel we recommend blooming your towel before first use.

 

How to bloom your towel:

Thick loop towels should soak in cold water for 24 hours, flat woven should soak for 12 (although longer is always better). After soaking put your towel in the wash on the spin cycle to remove much of the water, then hang dry. If you don’t have space to hang dry you can tumble dry on low. Do this 1-2 times and your towel is ready for years and years of use!

Everyday care:

Machine wash cold, with like colours. Tumble dry low or hang to dry. Putting it in the dryer is totally fine but we recommend you avoid cooking it on a super high heat. Do not use bleach or fabric softener as both will damage the fibres and negatively impact absorbency.

For stains, try rubbing a teaspoon of baking soda into the spot (form a paste with a touch of water) and then dab some vinegar on top of the baking soda to lift the stain. We have also had good luck with a mild natural stain remover like this one.

Should a loop snag or become loose on your towel simply snip it off.