Terry cloth has European roots dating back to the mid 19th century. It was first produced in France and made from silk.It was later popularized in England where it was mass-produced in cotton with the industrialization of knitting machines. ‘Terry’ comes from the French word ‘tirer’, which refers to its weaving process. The textile is made from continuously looping, giving it high absorbency. This allows for repeated use, making it a distinctly sustainable material.
- Place terry cloth item in washing machine alone. Keep separate from different materials or articles of clothing.
- Wash on warm cycle with regular, quality detergent.
- Put in dryer on tumble setting, or let air dry.
- If there is any wrinkling, steam and do not iron.
Terry cloth naturally becomes softer after every wash.
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