Good evening, dear reader Alimero! My today’s topic is devoted to women’s terry robes.
I admit right away that I don’t like to wear a bathrobe as a homewear. In this case, I prefer a skirt with a T-shirt or jeans / pants with a jacket.
But there is nothing more beautiful, in my opinion, after taking a bath or a shower, put on a soft, warm and cozy robe!
Now I have only one such dressing gown. But at the first opportunity I will buy myself another model, different from the first one. In the meantime, I want to share with you the rules of care for my terry pet =)
Terry bathrobe care
Like any thing, a bathrobe will last longer if you properly care for it. The first rule that applies to any item I bought is to wash it after the store.
Firstly, the thought works for me that before me it could have been measured more than once. I don’t want to wear it after strangers without washing.
Secondly, even if it was just hanging or lying, it must have absorbed dust, or even dirt. Material to this has.
Well, and thirdly, after competent washing, the nap will rise and be even softer and more pleasant to the body.
Of course, it is always good to look at the label and find out what kind of care advice the manufacturer left for us. But there are general rules for all products from the mahra.
It is best to wash the bathrobe separately. Or, at least, with soft things that don’t exactly fade. But in any case not with jackets, jeans and other coarse clothing, which has buttons, zippers, various fasteners. This will ruin the pile.
Water temperature should be from 30 to 60’C. After washing, you can use the fabric conditioner, but in the absence of this, I simply hang my favorite dressing gown on the balcony so that it dries in the open air.
And how do you feel about terry robes?