Treat yourself to spa-quality at home with Pinzon's soft, oversized bath towel. Made from 100-percent Supima cotton, the expertly woven fabric begins with premium, combed, compact yarns. The process results in ultra plush loops that remain super soft with outstanding absorbency. Supima cotton also reduces shrinkage and lint residue, so it stays soft wash after wash. Boasting a lofty weight of 25 ounces (1 pound, 9 ounces), the oversized towel measures 30 by 58 inches and is available in a variety of fashionable colors. Featuring a beautiful 2-1/2-inch dobby border on each end, and strong fold-over hems, the towel offers an attractive and inviting drape when hung out for guests or family. The bath towel combines with a full line of Pinzon Luxury Supima hand towels and washcloths for a completely accessorized look, and it's safe and easy to clean at home in the washer and dryer.
Supima Cotton: Supremely soft and durable, Supima fabrics are woven from extra long, strong cotton fibers grown in the USA. The brand name "Supima" is an abbreviation for "superior Pima," and Pima is the name given for extra-long-staple (ELS) cotton grown in select areas of the southwestern U.S. and a few other locations worldwide. Cotton is considered to be ELS or Pima if its staple length, or fiber, is at least 1-3/8 inches. Its fineness and longer staple make Pima a premium cotton fiber used to spin finer count yarns, which in turn can be knitted or woven into soft, fine, and luxurious fabrics. The "Supima" brand name is owned by the Supima non-profit organization comprised of American Pima cotton growers from Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas. Therefore, the name Supima is used to promote products made purely of 100-percent American Pima cotton grown in these regions. Apparel and textile mills and manufacturers earn licenses from the Supima organization so they can use the Supima name on their products. This trademark is a consumer's only guarantee that a product is made of 100-percent American Pima cotton.
Care Instructions: To best care for this product, please exclusively follow the washing instructions on the label. Fabric softeners should not be used when washing or drying, since softeners often include chemicals that can break down the construction of the material and decrease its absorbency.
In addition, take care to avoid direct contact between this product's fabric and chemical acids or bleaches often found in many cosmetics. Certain cosmetics such as facial care products, creams, makeup, and makeup removers contain chemical acids and/or bleaches which can discolor fabric. These chemicals do not dissolve in water and may cling to the fabric when wiped against the skin, leading to a discoloration that appears as spots or "splotches." Generally, it's best to use a towel or cloth with white fabric when removing facial creams and similar products from the face. Likewise, discolorations may also occur when attempting to spot-clean stains with bar soap. Certain bar soaps also contain high acidity levels and/or dyes that can discolor fabric.