Small size Turkish Hammam Towels. Kitchen, Baby or Guest towel, Scarf

Go to our hand-made Hammam Towels Turkish Hammam towels (Peshtemals) are available in different qualities on the market. We have chosen manufacturers offering high quality materials and manufacturing that are not harmful to humans and nature. Besides our 100% hand-loomed assortment the towels are made of 100% OEKO-TEX certified materials. The weight of the towel is often less than 300g and it has many advantages. They take up little space in your suitcase, gym bag, swimming bag, stroller or on a motorbike holiday. The towels dry quickly and have good absorbency. You easily wrap your hair or body after a shower. The sand will not stick on the beach and they are easy to wash up in the hotel room. The towel suites perfect in the sauna or spa and with their nice colors they are perfect to use at the beach as well as ordinary towel in the bathroom. The towels can also be used as a table cloth or as a decorative blanket on the bed but works also great as a warming blanket. Many also use the towel as a scarf / shawl. The towel can be washed at 60 degrees C. It gets softer after each wash. The towel is also called Peshtemal or Fouta. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions about our products. Want to be a reseller? contact us:

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Towel with fringes - Kitchen Towel - Scarf - Table Cloth

Genuine Turkish Hamam Towel with Fringes. Small size towels are very suitable in the kitchen as a kitchen, dish or tea towel and off course it suits very well as an ordinary towel in the bathroom. It is also practical as a towel for your hair and it is very nice as a scarf or table cloth. Because of the small size and lightweight you can easily bring the rowel in your handbag. The towel becomes softer and more comfortable after each wash. It is also called Peshtemal, Pestemal or Fouta. They are made of cotton, bamboo or linen and some models have terry on one side.

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