Microfiber Towel by NEO Towels
Since I can’t convince my family to dry off with paper towels and the divas have to use two for more towels with each bath..you get the picture.. we have a lot of towels to wash.
I was curious about using a microfiber towel as a bath towel. I have them in the kitchen and in my cleaning bucket but was willing to give them a try for a month in place of our normal towels.
Well, they are amazingly fast to dry. I do like how much water is drawn from my hair when I wrap up before leaving the shower. Drying my hair takes less time because most of the water has been removed!
The girls like using them at the gym because they can wrap their damp clothing and swim gear in a towel and not have the inside of their gym bag get wet. One of the girls uses their towel under their yoga mat and likes that it doesn’t allow the mat to move when placed on the carpeting.
According to the packaging, these towels would be great for using when traveling, boating, camping, backpacking, yoga, and sports in general. It folds up and stores in a mesh bag that would be great to slip in your travel case and use as a blanket in the car or on a plane.
While I have enjoyed our testing of the microfiber towel and do plan on using them especially for hair care, I have returned to using regular towels for showering. I don’t mind the feel of the microfiber towel on my head but don’t care for it as a daily bath towel. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a wonderful towel and it doesn’t everything the product packaging claimed; I just don’t care of the feel of it as a bath towel. Yeah.. I do have issues with how things “feel” on my body which is why I would recommend these towels to others.
For more information on these Microfiber Towels by NEO Towels, visit their online Amazon store. The towels are available in five different colors and sell for $24.97 with free shipping.
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