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A Smart, Spa-Grade, Self-Cleaning Japanese Towel That Is Also The Softest Ever
By Dorothy Tan, 30 Nov 2017
A good towel is one of those small pleasures of life that if you get right, can have a disproportionately big influence on your well-being.
If you are in the market for new towels, you may want to check out this incredibly high quality one from Japanese company Mizu—its self-cleaning and impurity-sensing fabric is made with pure silver, a well-known anti-bacterial material that prevents microbial growth by up to 99%.
The most impressive part of the Mizu towel is the special stripes on it that change colours when they detect residual soap, dirt and sweat—this neat little feature would tell you exactly when to throw them in the wash.
High-tech functionality aside, it also does the most basic things that a towel should do remarkably well—it is hyper absorbent and can hold up to five times its weight in water, but also dries three times as quickly as the average towel.
To top it off, the Mizu towel is made in Imabari—“the capital of the world’s softest towels”—with luxurious Xinjiang cotton. It is also woven with the twisted yarn weave that ensures its durability and amazing softness.
Head over here to find out more about “the best towel money can buy.”
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