You’ve invested in luxurious, viscose-from-bamboo bath linens because they’re stronger, softer, and more absorbent than conventional cotton towels. But how do you keep them that way and get the longest-possible use from them? The secret is to read up on bamboo viscose care instructions and follow the tried-and-true best practices.
Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to care for bamboo viscose bath linens and looking after them well is not much different than the care routine for any other kind of towel. Continue reading for detailed instructions on how to care for bamboo viscose bath towels and enjoy a great return on your investment.
About Bamboo Viscose Linens
Bamboo viscose linen is made by separating the leaves of bamboo grass into small threads, which are spun together for knitting or weaving. Those in the know appreciate that bamboo viscose is a natural and eco-friendly choice of linen, as it doesn’t require a lot of water or pesticides to grow, and the plant even cleans the air as it matures.
Bamboo viscose has become a popular choice of material for bath linens because of its antibacterial properties, absorbency, breathability, and ultra softness — all which make it great for sensitive skin. It resists wrinkling and is also biodegradable.
Bath linens, clothing, bedding, and pillows made of bamboo viscose can all be thrown in the washing machine, just like every other item of clothing you have. They usually come pre-washed, so you don't typically need to worry about shrinkage. The rule of thumb when it comes to care is that the gentler you are with your bamboo viscose bath linens, the longer they will last. This means using cool temperatures in the washer and dryer or laying them out to dry. We’ll get into specifics below.