9LEE133 (Microfibre Bath Towels)
Microfibre fabric is made up of synthetic fibres that are less than one denier thick; much finer than those of the average cotton towel.
These super-thin fibres are woven together to produce a fabric with a much higher surface area, and it’s this that makes it far more absorbent.
It’s also this high surface area that exposes trapped water to the air and allows it to evaporate more quickly, which is why microfibre towels dry significantly more quickly than standard towels.
Our microfibre towels have been supplied to different industries such as the gyms/fitness clubs, athletic facilities, salons, spas, medical offices, restaurants, car care centre and more.
It comes in a variety of sizes, styles, colours and weights that are assured for quality. We do offer embroidery or prints of corporate logos as well as prints on the product packaging too.
*Can be custom embroidered or custom printed with your design, logo or slogan.
Product Code : 9LEE133
Material : Microfibre
Size : Length 70cm x Width 140cm
Weight : 400g
Colour : More than 20 colours to choose
Print Type : Embroidery / Sublimation / Heat Transfer / HD Print
Packaging : Individual Drawstring Nylon Bag / OPP Bag / Zipper Bag
Minimum Order Quantity : 100 pcs
Lead Time : 45 ~ 60 working days after receiving your payment
For custom made / bulk order, please contact us by email, WhatsApp, LiveChat, or Request a Quote
Lint-free – Does not give up any fluff when used, recommended for people with asthma.
Washable – May be dry cleaned or washed up to 500 times.
High Strength – Shrink resistant if properly cared for.
Extra Absorption – Able to absorb up to 25 times its weight.
Easy to Clean – Can be dry cleaned or cleaned in a standard washing machine.
Cleanliness – Leaves no dust particles, fibres, or debris behind.
Wash and Care
• Place your towels in a washing bag prior to its first laundering.
• Launder towels with lukewarm water on delicate wash with like colours (do not add bleach) and thoroughly rinse.
• Tumble dry or low heat setting.
• We do not recommend the use of fabric softeners as they tend to block the micro-gaps in the fibres leading to reduced absorbency.