Weseta DREAMPURE towels in 10 colours
Dreampure, Weseta's luxury terry towelling without border made of 100% long staple cotton (450g/qm).
The Dreamflor series has been offered exclusively by Christian Fischbacher for years. The quality is outstanding as usual with the WESETA label.
Thanks to a special manufacturing process, Dreampure dries softly and convinces with maximum absorbency. Of course, this exclusive Weseta speciality is also woven, sewn and piece by piece checked by hand in Switzerland. Dreampure complies with Öko-Tex Standard 100.
- 30 x 30 cm face towel
- 40 x 60 cm guest towel
- 50 x 100 cm towel
- 60 x 110 cm towel
- 70 x 140 cm shower towel
- 80 x 150 cm shower towel
- 120 x 180 cm bath towel.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR TERRY CLOTH:
- Always wash at the temperature shown on the care label: 60˚.
- For coloured terry cloth, we recommend using a mild detergent without optical brightener (so-called colour detergent).
- You can use heavy-duty detergent to wash white terry cloth at 95˚, but this contains bleaching agents and optical brighteners, which can lead to lead to colour stripping of dyes in coloured terry cloth.
- Please ensure you use the correct detergent dosage. The use of too much detergent can leave behind residue in the fibres and stiffen the material, and the colour also loses its brilliance.
- Always wash in properly proportioned batches, and separate light and dark colours. - An under- or overloaded washing machine damages the laundry and leads to pilling.
- Please also note that cold or lukewarm delicate wash cycles can lead to colour changes. - Particularly bright colours are often coloured with a dye that will fade when washed at the wrong temperature, but not when washed at 60˚.
- Do not leave moist terry cloths piled on top of each other for extended periods of time or place them on radiators. This can also lead to discolouration.
- Avoid using too much fabric softener. It is deposited in a thin film on the cotton fibre, thereby reducing absorbency. Plasticisers in fabric softeners also promote the formation of fluff.
- Terry cloth becomes particularly soft and fluffy when dried in a tumble dryer because of its air pockets (easy care setting).
- Loose threads? Don’t worry about it! Terry cloth is a fabric with loops, so loose threads can simply be cut short. Never pull them.
- Avoid washing terry towelling together with garments that have hooks or zippers.