FAQs About Bath Robe Fabric
FAQs About Bath Robes:
Which types of bathrobes are most absorbent?
Cotton terry cloth bath robes tend to be the most absorbent and are your best bet if you plan on using your robe primarily for toweling off. Cotton robes absorb water and perspiration, helping you stay dry if you choose to wear your bathrobe for lounging in warmer temperatures.
Can you wash silk bath robes?
Most silk robes should be taken to the dry cleaner, but you can also wash them by hand using lukewarm water and mild soap or baby shampoo. Do not soak the silk for a long period of time and stay away from any harsh detergents that contain bleach or brighteners. After washing, pat your silk robe dry by rolling it up between two towels. Make sure you never wring out your bathrobe, as this will cause the fabric to stretch and deteriorate.
What is considered the most luxurious type of bath robe fabric?
For a plush and absorbent robe, Turkish cotton is often favored. Turkish cotton has a natural sheen that will make your bathrobe feel glamorous and indulgent. Although Egyptian cotton is also a popular choice for robes, Turkish cotton is ideal because it is lightweight and absorbs less. Egyptian cotton has a tendency to remain wet in humid climates, creating a breeding ground for mildew. Turkish cotton is still supremely plush, but it won’t take as long to dry.
What lengths do bath robes come in?
Robes typically come in three lengths: short, mid-calf and long. The length of robe you choose depends completely on your preference, but you may want to consider investing a few different robes for different seasons. Short robes are ideal when the temperatures rise, while long robes can cover you in warmth when it gets cold. Robes are also available in children’s sizes, which are generally one length.