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    Pure Handloom Cotton Towel from Bijnor by Nizam


    SKU: NZH/3/15

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    Towel Buying Tip:

    Don't judge a towel by its softness in the store.

    For lasting comfort, check the label for 100% combed cotton.

    Check the stitching for thick, tight curls.

    Don't just flip the towel on the shelf - pick it up!

    Double-flip edges with double stitching are key to durability.

    In general, bath towels weighing 400 GSM or more are considered good quality. The fabric of these soft towels is woven thicker, thus softer and more absorbent than the lower GSM fabric.

    Although it is commonly used for drying after being in water, its main purpose is to provide a surface to lie on. They are also worn to ensure privacy when changing clothes in public and to wipe sand from the body or objects.

    After all, if the towel's threads start to pull, or if you notice a lingering smell despite being carefully washed, it's time to throw it away. Body towels and hand towels can last 2-5 years depending on quality.

    Counting the number of uses is more important than counting the number of days between washes, and it is a good rule of thumb to wash after every three uses. Cotton towels can be washed by dissolving a small amount of detergent and chlorine-free bleach in lukewarm water, and colored towels can be washed in cold water using neutral detergent and non-color bleach.