The tea towel: essential for the kitchen for a good reason!

Generally speaking, tea towels are used to wipe dishes, glasses, kitchen utensils, cutlery, as well as kitchen stoves and professional objects. It is a small towel that must be used every day, and must be maintained regularly to guarantee its duty and not destroy the attribute of the kitchen. How do you get your hands on the best kitchen cloths?

Choose quality kitchen towels

A high-quality kitchen towel is a durable one that will not alter or damage over time, even if it is used every day. It is usually made of natural and distinguished elements with high water absorption, such as cotton or linen, and it comes in various sizes. In addition, it also has shades and patterns, which can add functionality to the kitchen.

Choose the right material

In addition to cotton and yarn, other fabrics/pieces are also used to make tea towels. There is the honeycomb cloth, a hand towel with great precision, at the same time soft, flexible and captivating, allowing you to wipe your hands softly and effectively. In addition, you can also find tea towels made of a mixture of hemp and cotton. They are very suitable for the kitchen because they are not only fuctional, but also very resistant and constant. To help keep them neat, they are made from 45% cotton and 55% yarn.

Choose the color of the tea towel according to the type of use

As for the color, it is better to choose according to the purpose for which the cloth is used. If it is really used to dry the hands, then a hand towel should be dark blue or green. On the other hand, if it is reserved for cleaning glasses, it should be worn in light shades, such as white or beige. The diving group must have a specific and recognizable set of towels. When maneuvering hot dishes, thick red cloths must be deployed. To clean the furniture, you need to opt for neat cloths of brown or black color. Therefore, it is necessary to have a variety of cloths not to use one cloth at a time and to have a cloth that serves each type of need.    
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