Bath Towel Sizes
|Washcloth||13" x 13"||This small square towel is used in and outside the shower or bath to wash hands, body, and face.|
|Hand Towel||16" x 30" ||Used to dry your hands after washing, this towel is an everyday staple.|
|Bath Towel||27" x 52"||This is the standard size towel used for drying after the shower or bath.|
|Bath Sheet||35" x 60"||Also used for drying after a bath or shower, this oversized towel is ideal for those that prefer more coverage.|
|Tub Mat||27" x 52"||This thick and highly absorbent towel is placed on the floor outside the shower or tub and helps prevent slipping by protecting the floor from getting wet.|
Bath Towel Materials
A towel's durability, feel, and ability to retain its color are largely due to the type of fibers used to produce the towel. We run through the most common towel materials.
Pima Cotton: Considered a superior blend of cotton, Pima towels are light and fluffy due to the rich, extra-long staple fibers. Pima cotton is known for its absorbency and strength.
Egyptian Cotton: Extremely durable and light and fluffy to the touch, Egyptian cotton also has extra-long fibers that give towels more density and absorbency.
MicroCotton®: This trademarked cotton is known for its high-quality long staple fibers. It boasts excellent absorbency and a fluffy feel.
Turkish Cotton: This premium, extra-long staple cotton tends to have longer loops that make the towel heavier and more substantial. Turkish cotton towels are highly absorbent and soft.
Bamboo: Most often blended with cotton, bamboo towels are lush, soft, and retain color well. Bamboo plants are naturally anti-bacterial and their fibers are super absorbent.
Microfiber: These towels are a blend of polyester and polyamide fibers. It is a very absorbent material and has trends to dry quicker than 100% cotton towels.
Always wash your towels before using them for the first time! This will improve absorbency and help set the color to extend the lifetime of your towels.