Japanese towels made of super soft terry cloth in 100% organic cotton on one side and cotton with a delicate herringbone pattern on the other.
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Kenkawai towels have been produced on traditional looms in Imabari, Japan, since 1934. Due to this slow production process, the fibres are not damaged, which keeps the towels soft and supple. The towels are pre-washed in the spring water of Mount Ishizuchi. The fibres are cleaned with natural enzymes and only natural orange oil is used for the washing and bleaching process. The terry cloth, 100% cotton or a blend of cotton and linen, is highly absorbent and dries quickly.
Wash at moderate temperatures (40°, occasionally at 60°) and definitely do not use a laundry product that contains bleaching products. Watch out for certain cleaning and cosmetic products that contain ingredients that can cause bleaching, such as some stain and anti-aging creams, products with alpha hydroxyl and fruit acid, hair coloring products, bathroom cleaners and teeth whitening products. Use liquid laundry detergent and preferably no fabric softener. Do not mix with other fabrics and garments (zippers, buttons and velcro can damage towels). Using the dryer is important to maintain the volume and suppleness of towels and bath mats. Dry at a moderate temperature and make sure the terry cloth is completely dry, this way it will last longer.