We care about what happens after you receive your towels. You are considered to be the most important part of our business, and we are very interested in your over-all “towel health.” That’s why it’s essential to offer some suggestions on the care and wise use of your towels, even before you remove them from the package.
In order to reduce freight cost, some of our towels have been compressed. Please WASH and DRY BEFORE putting them into service. They will fluff beautifully! Follow the instructions listed on the towel label. Bleach could damage your towels. Use bleach sparingly, if at all.
Do not wash different types of towels together. We suggest that you wash each color separately. NEVER wash white towels with colors. Stay away from fabric softener, as it reduces absorbency. Do not overload washer or dryer, it causes your towels’ fibers to weaken and possibly fray. Your towels’ useful life will also be shortened. Please do not bake your towels in the dryer. Commercial Gas dryers get VERY HOT! By "cooking" your towels you can do structural damage to the towels and they can get really hard.
The useful expectancy of the towels are will vary depending on use and how they are cared for, and your equipment. We will always look into any type of manufacturer defect. Please remember that we are buying thousands of dozens of the same towels, and we will also contact you if we hear of any other customer problems.
Actually lift the dirt or wax from the surface you are cleaning and then store the particle or liquid in the towel until it is washed. Microfiber can be used wet or dry. When using Microfiber wet, it is very important to wring the towel as dry as possible. If a Microfiber towel is dripping water, it is too wet, and could leave streaks on the surface you are cleaning. REMEMBER…. WET ITWRING ITWIPE IT! If the Microfiber towel becomes too dirty, it will also begin to streak. It is then time to wash the towel. This is easily done by just throwing the towel into a washing machine and washing with any soap or detergent you prefer. However, there are four restrictions:
(1) Never wash Microfiber towels with other types of cotton towels… the Microfiber towel will treat the lint generated by the cotton towel like dirt and store the tiny cotton particles within the microfibers.
(2) Never use fabric softener. The Microfiber towel will accumulate fabric softener as if it were “Scotch Guard” (water repellant) and saturate the microfibers, reducing its effectiveness.
(3) Use low temperature when drying.
(4) Do not use chlorine bleach with microfiber.