Blue Ridge Collection - Luxury American Made Ribbed Cotton Towels
Introducing our Blue Ridge Luxury American Made Towel Collection! These towels are the softest and most luxurious towels ever. And the best part? They are made from cotton grown in the USA, woven in the USA, and cut and sewn in the USA.
Why Buy Our Towels? This towel collection is designed with super dense ribbed terry channels that create dynamic air pockets that work to decrease drying time and enhance absorbency. We've spent a long time designing the perfect towel that is absorbent, soft, and durable. Our XL Bath Towel is also 35% BIGGER than most bath towels on the market. But, it's the same price as most regular sized bath towels. This means more bang for your buck!
The Basics. This towel collection comes in five beautiful colors: White, Oatmeal, Gray, Coastal Blue, and Navy. We have three sizes to choose from: Wash Cloths, Hand Towels, and XL Bath Towels (which are 35% bigger than regular bath towels)!
- 550 GSM
- 'Buy American Act' Compliant
- Oeko-Tex Certified
|XL Bath Towel||30" x 64"|
|Hand Towel||18" x 30"|
13" x 13"
How To Care For Your Towels
Wash and dry new towels before using them for the first time. This increases absorbency and plushness of the material. Our towels reach their optimal absorbency and softness around 5-6 washes, so please be patient with the 100% USA cotton as it takes a few washes to reach it's full potential.
To set colors, wash colored towels with similar colors in warm water for the first several washings. Using about half the recommended amount of detergent, add 1/2 cup to 1 cup of white vinegar to the wash water. The vinegar helps set the colors and removes excess detergent residue.
Wash towels every three to four uses. Use warm water and color-safe bleach (if needed) for colored towels. Use hot water and non-chlorine bleach (if needed) for white towels.
Give your towels a shake when taking them out of the washer. This will help fluff the terry loops that aid absorbency. Don't iron towels; this will reduce absorbency.
Make sure that towels are dry when you remove them from the dryer. Even slightly damp towels can quickly mildew. Avoid over drying - it can destroy the integrity of the individual cotton fibers.
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