- To use cold or lukewarm water in the first washing is wrong. - Avoid to overfill your washing machine. - Use as much water as possible. - Wash dark colours separately. - Do not leave damp towels next to each other for a long time; this could lead to discoloration.
- Too much detergent may leave residues in the cotton fibres, causing their stiffening and discoloration of colours. - Use strong detergents only in white towels (they have optical bleach and brighteners). - We advise the use of moderated detergents and without optical brighteners in colour towels. - To improve the result of your washing, use a product for elimination of calcareous in the water.
- Too much softener may form a "film" in the cotton fibres and therefore make the product less absorbent. - You may reduce the quantity of softener if you dry in dryer/tumbleur.
- To dry outdoor makes the product last longer. - The towels that are dried in heating radiators become stiffened.
- It is normal if new towels loose some fibres initially. - To avoid the formation of pilling, select a delicate program in your washing machine.
- Top quality towels stand out for the soft cotton used in their production; due to this, they cannot be 100% resistant to shrinkage. - Stretch and shape the articles with your hand while is still damped and repeat this operation when dried. - The temperature of your drier cannot be set too high, to avoid overheat the cotton.
- Do not pull loose threads. Just cut them off. - Avoid washing the towels together with other clothes that have zips or hooks.