2 Handwoven Honey Comb Turkey Towels Pink & Light Green (60 X 30 Inch)

2 Handwoven Honey Comb Turkey Towels Pink & Light Green (60 X 30 Inch)

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Key features:

  • 2 Handwoven Honey Comb Turkey Towels Pink & Light Green (60 X 30 Inch) 
  • Woven by master weavers from the ‘land of looms & weaves’ – Kannur in Kerala. Canannore handloom is considered as the best home linen in the world
  • Multi-purpose Bath Towel – Bathroom Towel for Gym, Yoga, Kitchen, Outdoor, farmhouse and Bath purposes. Unisex towel. Perfect alternate to heavy weight turkish towel
  • Made from natural materials and free from any kind of harmful chemicals or synthetic materials, these towels are safe for you & your family. It is dyed with eco friendly vat dyes. No animal fat is used to dye the towel
  • Towels are made lightweight and durable. Machine washable for easy care. Specially processed to resist shrinking and retain whiteness. These towels have very high water absorption capacity and the thread pattern ensures the skin is gently scrubbed upon every use leaving it soft and supple
  • Its environment friendly vat dyed method is age old practices introduced by Basel Mission in 1880s in Kannur, Kerala. No animal fat is used in dying process. Good colour fastness, shrink- resistant, best option for travelling purposes. Available in different sizes, designs and colours
  • How to wash: Do not use bleach, fabric softeners, and iron as it may damage its quality; always wash the towels separately to minimize lint. Machine wash the towels in warm water using mild detergent and tumble dry on low; recommended to dry immediately
  • 100 % SATISFACTION GUARANTEE – We're sure that you are going to love our Light weight honey comb Towels. But if you are not completely satisfied with it, please return to us if not used/washed, we will refund your money
  • A premium quality bath essentials product from the house of 'LAW OF FINE LIVING'