Our Pearl Indulgence Bath Sheets are of commercial grade, made from 100% combed terry cotton towelling in a vat dye colour of Beige. Soft to the touch, high absorbency and quick-drying properties make this bath sheet the ultimate choice for everyday indulgence use at home and a must-have for massage therapists seeking the best towels for their clients.
This bath sheet size is ideal for Day & Beauty Spas
Material 100% combed terry cotton towelling
Size 90 x 180cm
Weight 600gsm / 972 grams per piece
Colour Vat Dye/ Colourfastness of Beige
- All sizes and weights shown above are approximate.
- The colour in the picture on our site may not depict the actual colour of the product.
Running a Hotel/Motel, B&B or AirBnB? - Great tips for star rating
In accommodation ratings, 'points' are awarded for providing one towel for each permanent sleeping position.
Additional points are awarded for the provision of additional towels for each guest.
Towels that are free of stains or marks and not threadbare or frayed are a must
Further points are awarded when a bath sheet/towel is offered in rooms, approximate size of 75 x 155cm.
Combed cotton is a method for preparing fiber for spinning by use of combs. The combs used have long metal teeth, and only barely resemble the comb used on hair. However, they are used in a similar fashion with one comb holding the fiber while the other is moved through, slowly transferring the fiber to the moving comb.
Combing the fibers removes the short fibers and arranges the fiber in a flat bundle, with all the fibers going the same direction. This preparation is commonly used to spin a worsted yarn. Cotton is combed when it is to be used for high-quality counts. In general, combing is done with fibers that are longer, and carding with fibers of a shorter length.
Vat Dye - gives the fabric excellent colour fastness, meaning it should not lose its colour in hot washes or when in contact with bleach-based products, however, if vat dyed linen is washed with optical brighteners, this chemical could fade the colour.
ALWAYS wash new towels – New toweling products could have chemicals and debris remaining from the manufacturing processes. Towels are shipped tightly packed in compression packaging, and the compression could remove the feel and fluffiness of the toweling. Always wash new towels before their first use to create the absorbency required and to bounce back the pile from being packaged.
Add vinegar to the wash cycle – A half to full cup of vinegar to the occasional wash load is a great natural way to increase absorbency (by changing the water PH) and also removing the musty smell that damp towels tend to produce over time. Baking soda can also be helpful.
Avoid fabric softeners – We all like that fresh flowery smells of fabric softeners can add to our linen; however, fabric softeners can add a coating to your towels, making your towels unable to absorb water when drying yourself. Ever tried to use a fresh, clean, dry towel, to only instead move the moisture around on your skin? Result - too much fabric softener has been used.
Avoid chlorine bleach & brighteners – While chlorine is a great stain remover and whitener, it can significantly reduce the life of your towels by damaging and weakening the fibers. Instead, use an oxygen-based bleach/whitener or spot-treat the stains. If vat dyed linen is washed with optical brighteners, this chemical could fade the colour.
For any further assistance you may require please contact your local ALS representative.