Elephant Design Pocket Cotton Baby Bathrobe Towel

Elephant Design Pocket Cotton Baby Bathrobe Towel

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Are you searching for a comfortable cotton bathrobe towel for your baby? If so, we are excited to recommend you this Elephant Design Pocket Cotton Baby Bathrobe Towel. The fashion baby bathrobe towel is an incredibly comfortable and necessary addition to your baby's wardrobe. Perfect for baby use after a bath. Also, this baby bathrobe towel will keep your girl sleeping sound in all-night warmth and softness. Cute elephant and belted design creates an eye-catching visual effect. A belt for your baby to get a fit size, warm and cute in the classic cotton bathrobe towel. Wearing this soft and warm cotton baby bathrobe towel, your baby is the cutest. Make sure your baby stays nice and warm when bath time is over! ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: There are two pockets on the side of the baby bathrobe towel Soft baby bathrobe towel warms baby after a bath Baby bathrobe towel keeps your little one dry and cozy Baby bathrobe towel will not hurt baby's skin With this cotton bathrobe, bath time is always fun High quality material, comfortable and safety Material: Cotton Color: Blue & Green Details: Unique elephant design makes the baby bathrobe towel more lovely Made of high quality cotton material, the baby bathrobe is soft and warm Wearing this soft and warmcotton baby bathrobe towel, your baby is the cutest Make sure your baby stays nice and warm when bath time is over Size in Detail: Size Bust Length Sleeve Length Free 76cm/29.9in 62cm/24.4in 30cm/11.8in NOTE: These dimensions are for reference only. Specific dimension varies from person to person How to Buy a Bathrobe: Bathrobes come in a variety of styles, lengths and fabrics, and are available from almost any clothing retailer. When shopping for bathrobes for women, the most important considerations are comfort and fit Decide what type of bathrobe you'd like to buy. Bathrobes come in a number of lengths: short mid-thigh length, knee length, calf length or full length Select a style you are most comfortable with. Bath robes may have an open front with a tie belt, have a front zipper closure or front button closure. Decide what style of closure you are most comfortable with Look for bathrobes in a fabric that you like. Most people prefer some type of cotton for bathrobes, although cotton can vary widely in quality and price. Typical bathrobes are made from terry cloth, fleece or flannel Scrutinize the inside and outside of the fabric on the bathrobe. Make sure that both the inside and the outside of the robe will be comfortable on your skin Buy only quality fabric. Softer, more pliable fabrics may break down over time and become dense and matted, so look for a fabric that feels sturdy and comfortable Look for a robe that matches your needs. If you are petite, you may need to get a shorter robe that won't get in your way. If you are plus size, you may want to get a longer robe that won't ride up on you Shop at local retailers and stores that you can physically visit and try on the robes before shopping online. Even if the store doesn't have the robe in your size, it's better to find a bathrobe that you know you like and then order it in your size than to order a robe online that you haven't actually felt or worn The Advantages of Using Cotton to Make Towels: Mankind's use of cotton cloth spans the globe and dates back thousands of years. Cotton required labor-intensive production until machine-spun cotton was introduced during the industrial revolution. The speed of production increased tenfold after Eli Whitney's cotton gin machine became popular. As the cherished commodity became readily available, its reputation as a useful material grew. Some distinct properties of cotton make it an especially good choice for manufacturing towels Absorbency: Due to its ability to absorb and hold liquid, cotton is the fabric of choice for bath towels and towels used for cleaning. Good Housekeeping's Towel Buying Guide advises shoppers to purchase 100 percent cotton towels. A 100 percent cotton towel can hold almost 25 times its weight in liquid, according to Good Housekeeping Durability: Durability is a major reason consumers are attracted to 100 percent cotton towels. According to Project Cotton, a University of Missouri initiative, cotton is the only fiber that becomes stronger when its wet. This is why cotton towels are often used for vigorous cleaning tasks involving scrubbing or mopping. Mop heads are often made from cotton fibers. Pure cotton towels can also withstand higher temperatures than cotton blend towels, or towels made from synthetic materials Hygenic: Since cotton can withstand high temperatures, it can easily be sanitized with boiling water or bleach, with no loss of fabric integrity. This makes cotton towels an attractive choice for use in hospitals or newborn care, where sanitizing is necessary. While cotton towel fibers are strong enough to stand up to bleaching, only white towels should be bleached. Bleach fades colored cotton towels Natural: Cotton towels are natural "green" products, unlike those made from synthetic materials. Cotton plants are a renewable resource. The natural fiber used to make the cloth is biodegradable. The plants do more than provide fiber for cloth. The seeds provide oil used in cooking and in many food items. Cotton meal and cotton hulls are used to feed livestock, poultry and fish. They're also used for fertilizer Hypoallergenic: Professional health websites like Family Doctor advise individuals with eczema or sensitive skin issues to wear cotton clothing. Cotton is a breathable, hypoallergenic material not prone to irritating sensitive skin. This makes cotton an ideal towel material, as most towels come in contact with skin immediately after washing, when the skin's pores are open and most receptive to irritation How to Wash Cotton Towels: After your shower is done, there is nothing quite like stepping out and wrapping yourself in a thick, plush cotton towel. Cotton is a soft, absorbent material, perfect for bath towels. If you maintain your towels they will remain as soft and luxurious as when you first bought them. The key is taking the time to wash them properly. Keeping your cotton towels in like-new condition takes hardly any effort at all, and the rewards will speak for themselves every time you step out of the shower Sort towels so that they can be laundered with like colors. This will help to prevent other clothing and towels from leaking colors onto them Place the towels into the washing machine and turn it on to fill it up with water. Be careful not to overfill your washing machine, as this won't allow the towels to get clean Add a scoop of a mild bleach-free detergent to the washing machine after it has filled up with water. Avoid dropping the detergent directly on top of the towels Add a cup of white vinegar to the rinse cycle. The mild acidity of the vinegar will help to eliminate any odors or residual residue from the detergent, leaving colors brighter and towels softer Place your towels into the dryer after they are finished in the washing machine with a fabric softener sheet. Turn the machine on Allow the towels to get 95 to 97 percent dry before taking them out. Over-drying them will cause them to feel crisp, but they shouldn't feel damp when you take them out. Check the towels periodically to make sure you pull them out at the right time How to Remove Rust Stains From Cotton Towels: Stains happen. They're just a part of life. Some stains, however, are more challenging to remove than others. Rust is one of them. Your everyday stain removal products won't do much, if anything, to a stubborn rust stain. Since rust is an oxidized metal, the only thing that will work to dissolve it is something acidic, such as a lemon. Before you get really mad at whoever took that cotton towel into the garage and returned it with rust stains, learn how to get rid of those ugly, rust spots Place paper towels on a flat surface Place the rust-stained towel on top of the paper towels. The paper towels underneath will absorb the rust stain as it loosens Squeeze lemon juice from a lemon, or pour from the bottle if using bottled lemon juice. Saturate all of the stains well Place the stained towel with paper towels underneath outside in the sun. Let it dry completely Examine the once-stained towel to see if any rust stains remain. If they aren't completely gone, add more lemon juice, and place back in the sun to dry If the stains are gone, wash and dry the towel as usual Package Included: 1 x Bathrobe Towel