Launder with warm water and 1/2 cup vinegar the first time you wash your microfiber towels to help soften them and remove any wax left on the fibers.
The water temperature should not exceed 60 degrees when you washing dark towels to prevent towel discoloration.
Wash like colors together and wash items with hooks and velcro separately.
Tumble dry low, or dry on a clothesline. (Unlike waffle towel does not get “stiff” when dried on a clothesline.)
Avoid fabric softeners and dryer sheets, which coat fibers and reduce absorbency.
If you have especially hard water, add 1 cup of baking soda to wash for a gentle and natural way to keep towels nice and soft.
It can be washed by washing machine.
Microfiber towels can be washed more than 500 times.