About Asasas Very ECO Recycled Plastic Pet towel | Asasas

August 12, 2022

PET as the most versatile and easily recyclable material, is a good way of making the best use of plastics. rPET, short for recycled polyethylene terephthalate, can be recycled into products such as polyester carpet fiber, T-shirt fabric, sweaters, sleeping bags, winter coats and so on. Today we’re gonna introduce you one of a very useful products made from rPET--- recycled plastic pet towel.

The recycled plastic pet towel is perfect for our fluffy friends. If your dog loves a muddy walk or enjoys playing in the pond in the local park, you probably are in urgent need of an absorbent cleaning towel. For bath time or to simply dry up your dog, a towel used for human just won’t work that effectively; they need their own. 

Our recycled plastic pet towel is very compact and ultra-light, but at the same time extremely water-absorbent. Designing specifically to work with your pet’s thick coat, it dries very quickly and absorbs the water trapped in their fur, so you can use it again soon afterwards. It’s plush too, so can help to keep your dog warm in an outdoor environment. Of course, there are also various size waiting for you to choice. For example, there are towels handy for going outside when you have limited space; and also available in XL, which is perfect to have in the car and also the home. You also do not need to worry about the beauty of your fluffy friends. It can be printed in full colour on each sides, making your dog the best-looking in town!

Therefore, the best way to stop your wet fluffy friends soiling your car and your home is to dry them as soon as you can. Chose our recycled plastic pet towel, benefits your lovely pets and do your part to protect the environment!

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