Avoid washing water overheating and drying for a long time when washing cotton towels. When drying, the internal tumble drying can make the cotton towel more fluffy and soft, and hanging and drying can not achieve this effect. It is best not to expose it to sunlight or to force it to dry with an ultra-high temperature heat source.
Use a small amount of detergent to make the towel softer. Avoid dumping the detergent directly onto the towel, otherwise the detergent residue will cause the towel to harden and minimize chlorine bleach.
Fabric softeners should not be used frequently, as it will affect the water absorption of the towel. Wash dark towels and light colors separately. Avoid washing towels with clothes that contain zippers, hooks, or buttons that can damage the towel loops. Do not wash the towels and clothing together. The terry fabric will wrap the light and soft fabrics inside.