Carefully follow the care label instructions. Avoid overheating and long-term drying of cotton towels when washing. Tumble drying in a dryer can make cotton towels more fluffy and softer, and hanging to dry cannot get this effect.
The amount of detergent used is half of the recommended amount on the washing label to make the towel softer. Avoid pouring the detergent directly on the towel. Putting the detergent directly on the towel will cause the detergent residue to remain on the towel and cause the towel to harden. Choose mild detergents and minimize the use of chlorine bleach.
Do not use fabric softener frequently. Avoid the use of fabric softeners containing silicone resins. Such softeners will leave a layer of wax after use to affect water absorption.
Wash dark towels and light ones separately. Avoid washing towels with laundry containing zippers, hooks or buttons, as these items can damage the towel loop. Do not wash towels and clothing together. Terry fabrics will wrap clothing made of light and soft fabrics.
Fully spread the towel on the clothesline to dry vertically and let it dry quickly. The number of washing times affects the use time of the towel. The less the washing times, the longer the towel use time. Do not leave damp towels for too long as they can cause mold and bacteria.