Caring For Your Garment
Congratulations on purchasing your very own Hood Guise changing towel. We hope that you will get many years of use and enjoyment from your towel. To ensure that your towel lasts for many years here are a few useful guidelines on caring it.
Guidelines On Caring
- Wash at 30 degrees or below. Cold wash best
- Wash dark colours separately
- Do not bleach
- Do not use fabric softener. Softener will clog the fiber ends thus reducing is ability to absorb water.
- Liquid detergents are preferable
- Tumble dry on low
- Do not dry clean
- Avoid Contact With Grass
No one garment is suitable for every occasion. But our towels are so fabulous that everything is attracted to them, especially grass and twigs. By definition ‘micro’ means very small. Microfiber towels have hundreds of extremely small fibers. These fibers are also split on the ends, which increases the surface area, allowing them to absorb water very well. However, this also creates a ‘velcro’ effect. You can feel how the fibers ‘grab’ the imperfections on your hands (but not on your body) and it’s particularly noticeable on grass.
In The event Of Excess Contact With Grass
- Shake the towel well and dust off as much grass as you can with your hand
- Remove the excess grass with a sticky roller or a fat roll of cellotape rolled back on itself to create a sticky roller.
- Larger bits can be picked off by hand
- Small amounts of normal grass should wash out after a few washes
- Certain seeds from trees or dry twigs that have very rough edges should be avoided entirely. These should be removed before washing or they will get entwined in the fibers.
Most Importantly Remember All The Positives
- Very soft and super absorbent
- Light weight, durable and low maintenance
- Dries again in a fraction of the time allowing multiple uses during the day
- Naturally antibacterial (wont smell like a cotton towel)
- Does not shed lint or make ‘balls’
- Stays super soft even after washing
- Offers sun and wind protection
- Generous sizes and no shrinking