Towels and Textiles
According to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, towels are "the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have," and who are we to argue? So you should trust the hoopy froods who really know where their towels are, like Pro Towels Etc. and their Heavyweight Beach Towel.
Seasonal transitions are so 20th century. These days you'll take an overnight 30-degree temperature swing and you'll like it. But in case you don't enjoy the 80-to-50 degree drop, the Cozy Fleece Blanket from Leed's will make enduring fall (it's tomorrow!) a little easier.
Pro Towels Etc. has appointed Angie Bidwell as customer service supervisor. Bidwell has been with Pro Towels Etc. since February of 2010 and served as the West Coast ProService regional contact.
Monarch Robe & Towel Co., Perth Amboy, N.J., announced the full acquisition of its biggest rival, Cypress Luxury Bath & Bed Amenities, from Russell Newman Brands.
If you live on the East coast, you may have noticed that it's approximately 800 degrees this week. Just thinking about it can make you sweat. Towel off with the Value Line Weight Beach Towel from Towel Specialties.
Bamboo isn't the perfect green product most consumers think it is.
The stalks and leaves are green, and some of the claims made by retailers are true: Bamboo grows like gangbusters without fertilizer or pesticides, it shoots up again after being cut and it's incredibly hardy.
So hardy, in fact, that it must be spun with harsh chemicals before it can be used to make textiles, including towels, clothes and baby diapers.
The resulting cloth is not natural bamboo fibre. It's man-made rayon or viscose fibre, made from bamboo pulp.
Warm sand, cool water, glowing sunset... as long as you don't look out your window you can almost imagine it's beach weather now. Picking up the Custom Fiber Reactive Beach Towel from Pro Towels Etc. will help you get through bleak April weather with thoughts of summer.