Living Textures Towel Collection
Our towels have been crafted using premium materials from around the world. We source only the optimum long staple cottons and weaves, ensuring our end product is of the highest quality. Partnering with experts in the craft to create our towels, each towel is specially constructed using only the best suppliers and mills.
All of our towels are tested well beyond industry standard, instead of the required three test washes, we test wash and dry our towels 100 times before going to market. That's why, once our towels reach customers hands, we know they've been crafted to stand the test of time.
Face Washer (640gsm) 33 x 33cm
Hand Towel (670gsm) 45 x 65cm
Bath Towel (670gsm) 69 x 140cm
Bath Sheet (670gsm) 91 x 167cm
Bath Mat (1000gsm) 60 x 80cm
*Please allow for a 5% variance in gsm
Product Code S185
Fibre Content 100% Hygro
Made in India
We have spent many years of testing to understand how a product performs in actual day to day use, which in turn helps us to develop care instructions that will achieve the best longevity out of our products. This is what Sheridan and our customers expect and deserve.
Care instructions vary based on the constructions of each fabric and product so we have compiled some basic guidelines when it comes to caring for your Sheridan purchase.
What detergent should you use?
We recommend you use a mild detergent and wait until it is fully diluted in the water before putting the item in the washing machine. Undiluted detergents can cause staining on the fabric. Read the amount recommended on the laundry liquid bottle or box to determine how much to use.
Sheridan recommends to use a detergent that is free from Optical Brightening Agents (OBAs). This is a very common ingredient in most of the detergents and is great for keeping whites white, however can also weaken and discolour certain fabric fibres. We recommend using a eucalyptus based detergent such as wool wash which you can find in your local supermarket.
Should you use fabric softener?
Sheridan uses superior quality yarns that have a natural, in built softness. Avoid using fabric softeners, as these will reduce the absorbency of your towels.
How do I remove stains?
We recommend cleaning stains as quickly as possible after they appear, although we understand etiquette might sometimes prevent this. Try to not strenuously scrub the stain away, but rather to gently soak, wash or blot it out, this process can be repeated until optimum results are obtained. It is easier to remove stains from natural as opposed to synthetic fabrics because the natural fibres are living and more accepting of attention. Once a stain is truly set, however, it is often difficult to remove.
When a fabric comes in contact with bleach or benzoyl peroxide it will permanently stain/discolour. If the discolouration is a green hue it is due to bleach and if it is an orange hue then it is due to peroxide exposure. As these ingredients are known to be in certain skin and acne treatments, we recommend you be aware of the potential staining and take necessary precautions to avoid permanently damaging your linen.
What water temperature is best?
Sheridan recommends that this product be laundered using a gentle machine wash at 40 degrees. The warm water temperature setting is more effective at removing dirt and natural body oils and more importantly in removing chemical residue of the detergents from the fabric. Detergent residue will deteriorate the fabric fibres if they are not rinsed out properly.
The gentle wash cycle protects the fibres used in our product construction. With the slow cycle, the products are left in the washing machine for a longer period of time ensuring dirt and body oils are removed completely and all detergent is rinsed out of the fabric properly.
By not overloading the washing machine, avoiding excess heat, detergent and any additives, and choosing gentle cycles and thorough rinses, you will protect your item from stress and damaging surface residue.
Should you put this item in the dryer?
To improve the fluffy appearance and the absorbent properties of the cotton fibres, tumble dry your towels regularly. If you line dry your towels, try to take them off the line before they are completely dry. Finish them off in the dryer as this will fluff them up. Do not over dry your towels on the line as this will make them harsh and crunchy on the skin.
When drying in the dryer, please avoid overloading the machine. Drying items in smaller loads allows for even drying. Tumble dry for no longer than 20 minutes on the low or medium heat setting. Repeat this process for the remaining items. Remember to be cautious as to not over dry your items as this will weak their fibres and potentially cause them to deteriorate.
Remove the items from the dryer while they are still slightly damp. Spread them out neatly on the bed or hang them over a railing or shower curtain rod to finish air-drying. Gravity will do the work of eliminating nearly all wrinkles. The cool, gentle flutter of a ceiling fan is also great for the final stage of drying.
Please always ensure your item is completely dry before storing to prevent any dampness and mildew.
Can you iron this item?
You do not need to iron this item.
Can you dry clean this item?
We recommend that you do not dry clean this item.
By following our recommended care instructions you will prolong the life of your purchase and be able to enjoy it for many years to come. Products are not suitable for a Commercial Laundry