Are waffle weave towels good?

Do waffle towels work?

There’s no arguing they look fresh and modern, but their waffle design actually makes them great for smaller bathrooms, too. The honeycomb pockets draw moisture off the surface and into the base layer, making them way more absorbent than traditional terry cloth towels which just kind of push moisture around.

What are waffle weave towels for?

Waffle towels have a large surface area combined with an innovative design to trap moisture and absorb any water or spillages quickly and efficiently. … Because they are a lighter fabric and less bulky than plush towels, they take up less storage space when they are not in use and help with lighter laundry loads.

How do you wash a waffle weave towel?

Hand or machine wash your Waffle Bathrobe or Towels in cold water on delicate/gentle cycle, and lay flat or hang to air dry. While waffle weave will naturally contract, as can be expected as it makes the material absorbent, it should also stretch back out to its original size in time.

Is waffle weave better?

The unusual weave creates more surface area, helping waffle towels absorb and release moisture up to 40% quicker than terry cloth. The best aspect of waffle weave towels is that they are luxuriously soft and plush, but take up significantly less space than terry cloth.

Do waffle towels shrink?

Modern Waffle Weave towels will shrink into large honeycombs with a wider lattice that forms rows on the towel. That wide lattice makes them feel a little smoother and softer. All of our towels come over-sized to allow for shrinkage (12-15% overall).

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