Trips to the beach are one of the biggest points in favor of summer, but not stained cloths. Read this guide to take care of beach towels, learn how to wash them, and how to remove stains.
First Tips For Washing Beach Towels
Although you should always remember to read and follow the washing instructions that are on the product.
The cotton towels generally must be washed with hot water. So when you take your clothes to the washing machine, set this feature in the cycle to get better cleaning. Usually, hot water will not damage the material of the towels, of course, if they are of quality cotton.
Once again we tell you, read the washing label on your towel (ผ้าขนหนู, which is the term in Thai), because some may not allow the use of hot water, because they are not 100% cotton.
Remove The Most Common Stains
Ice Cream And Chocolate: Remove as much ice cream and chocolate as possible from the towel. Make a pre-treatment for the stain with a stain remover that you can find in the store or if you don’t have liquid detergent. Scrub with water repeatedly until the stain is removed. But, if the stain dried or is harder to remove, soak the towel in soapy water for 15-30 minutes.
Mud: Wait till the clay is dry, then scrape to remove as much dirt as you can. Pour liquid detergent throughout the stain and scrub the affected area. You can use an old toothbrush to rub until the stain has been removed.
Makeup base: Make a pre-treatment with liquid soap and then wash it with hot water.
Lawn: Soak in a mixture of your regular detergent with water. And then follow the normal wash.
Juice, Coffee Or Tea: Clean the affected area with distilled vinegar. Then wash as usual.