Kitchen Towel Stain Removal, Part 2: Blood and Chocolate

TowelsRus explains how to remove common stains from kitchen towels

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.

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Stain Removal Tips, part 1: Oil and Wine

Top Stain Removal Tips for Oil and Wine

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.

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Towel Care: How Often Should You Wash Your Towels

Washing your towels makes them last longer

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.

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Washing And Drying Towels

Towels are an every day part of life. There is nothing quite like stepping out of the shower or bath and wrapping yourself into a soft fluffy clean towel. Drying dishes would take forever without towels. We use towels for drying and cleaning during everyday chores, and anyone who has ever bought towels for a family can tell you they aren’t exactly cheap to replace on a regular basis.

Washing and drying towels properly can prolong their life up to five or ten years.

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