1> Avoid overheating and long-time drying when washing cotton towels. When drying, tumble drying in the machine can make the cotton towel more fluffy and soft, while hanging and drying can not achieve this effect. It is best not to expose it to the sun or use an ultra-high temperature heat source to force it to dry.
2> Use a small amount of detergent to make the towel softer. Avoid pouring the detergent directly on the towel, otherwise the detergent residue will cause the towel to harden, and minimize the chlorine bleach.
3> Do not use fabric softener frequently, otherwise it will affect the water absorption of the towel.
4> Wash dark towels and light-colored towels separately.
5> Avoid washing towels with clothing containing zippers, hooks or buttons, as these objects will damage the towel loops.
6> Do not wash the towel and clothing together, the terry fabric will wrap the light and soft clothing in it.
7> The number of washing times affects the usage time of the towel. The less the number of washing, the longer the towel usage time.
8> If the damp towel is left for too long or cannot be dried for a long time, it will breed mold and other bacteria. When the mildewed towel is dried, the fiber will be brittle and break quickly. After the towel is used for a period of time, as the free calcium and magnesium ions in the water combine with the soap, calcium-magnesium soap is formed and adheres to the surface of the towel, making the towel hard.