In the classification of textile fibers, jute fibers are classified as non-spinnable fibers. The reason is that jute relaxation is difficult, single fibers are short and stiff, and it is not easy to twist. However, jute fiber has good hygroscopicity, elasticity, and corrosion resistance. It also has good antibacterial effect because it contains the antibacterial element "maquinone" in the molecule. Jute floor towels woven with jute fiber fully take advantage of the natural antibacterial and antiseptic function of jute, and are good products for bathrooms and toilets.