How Do You Find the Right Bathroom Towels?

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Some people may not put a lot of thought into their towels. They are happy to use whatever is available and only get frustrated when they don’t perform their job correctly. For others, having the right towel is incredibly important and they’ll take a lot of time to find the ones that are just right.

When you think about it, towels have a complicated job. They have to keep us clean and dry, as well as add color and style to the bathroom. You know when your towel is scratchy and uncomfortable, and you may have a towel hierarchy, including those that are only for guests, the “good” towels that are used by people, and the “rags” that can be used for cleaning up messes from flooring in Aurora and drying off pets.

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When it comes to choosing the right bathroom towels, there are numerous things that need to be considered.


Believe it or not, but towels come in a variety of sizes. They range from washcloths to hand towels to standard size up to bath sheets. Washcloths are the smallest and used to clean parts of the body, while bath sheets are large and can completely cover most people when they are wrapped up.


Towels come in different thicknesses or weights, and this is generally measured by grams per square meter (GSM). This number can range from 300 to 900 GSM, with the smaller number being thinner and the larger one being thicker.

Thinner towels may not be as absorbent, but they’ll dry faster than a thick towel. Thick towels can feel luxurious and will be incredibly absorbent, but they’ll take a long time to dry. Personal preference will play a role in determining how thick a person likes their towel.

Other things that need to be considered when buying towels include a cotton type and whether you want combed or ringspun construction. These will determine how a towel feels.

Whether or not you put a lot of thought into your towels, they can be a great accent to a remodeled bathroom. If you are considering redoing your space in Colorado or the surrounding area, call Niron Depot and see how they can help.