Spring is not just about longer and warmer days, but also about giving your home a well-deserved deep clean after you have ignored quite a few places during the winter months. While there are lots of tasks that make their way onto your spring-cleaning list, some of them are essential, so try to focus on furnishings, carpeting, appliances, and your bathroom to give your home a top-to-bottom polishing in no time.
You put a little cream on your face and reach for a towel. You finish your evening cleansing ritual and reach for a towel. Come the weekend, you’re sorting the laundry and, in a fit of this-load-is-too-small, you gather the towels up with the household rags and throw them all in the wash together. Thus did those beautiful green-coloured towels end up with grey splotches.
You’ve packed your gym bag and you’re now making your way to the gym – only to realise you’ve forgotten something. Whether you hit the gym in the morning before work or directing after leaving the office, it’s best if you pack your bag the night before.
Don’t allow yourself to be without your trusty water bottle or gym towel again with this list of gym must-haves.
Your towels say a lot about you. Their quality, softness and colour all play a part in expressing your personal taste and the value you place on quality and luxury in the home. Towels are used every day and they should be chosen and treated as such.
Whether you are shopping for towels to hang in the master bathroom or to tuck away for guests, use these 3 simple steps to help you buy the best quality towels your money can buy.
Among the numerous ideas and options on that lengthy wedding gift registry, you’ll be sure to find many, if not all, of the old favourites: crockery, cutlery, bedroom linens, wine glasses, picnic baskets…. of all these potential gifts, we like to think that a set of gorgeously soft luxury towels are the best for a number of excellent reasons.
TowelsRus offer charming kitchen towels, for hanging on a rack or the range and for putting on a roller. We have patterns for any décor, and while you can count on us to deliver high quality and good looks, we can’t prevent the dreaded kitchen accident. We’ve recently covered the best ways to get out oil and red wine, and now we turn to a few other substances that might end up on your towels. A top tip is to keep hydrogen peroxide in the house – unlike bleach, it won’t lift commercial dyes, so it works on organic-based stains without damaging coloured fabrics.
In hospitality, the guest experience always comes first. Happy guests are repeat customers who recommend their stay to others. A lot of work usually goes into providing guests the best, most comfortable experience, and that means attention to detail. A great hotel will offer little extras that make the stay just that extra bit more appealing.
Put some beautiful hand towels in the kitchen and you know they’re going to meet with all sorts of disaster. It’s the kitchen, after all. If you’re intent on keeping those towels pristine, though, you’ll need a few things always at hand for stain emergencies: baking soda, cornstarch, liquid dish soap, hydrogen peroxide, and Shout.
The waffle-weave bathrobe is a staple in the guest closets of luxury hotels, but they are now affordable enough that mid-range hotels often provide them as well. We are a supplier to the hospitality industry and know that nothing is better for a guest than luxury towels and sheets and a personalised bathrobe in our soft cotton waffle fabric.
While most people wash their towels at fairly regular intervals, there may be some linens that you should wash more often than you think. A smelly towel is a sure-fire way of telling that it’s high time to wash it, or perhaps even discard it. But with these guidelines you can significantly improve the hygiene of your linens.