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Terry is a fabric in which the warp threads form many loops.
These loops ensure that the fabric has a large surface area and can therefore
absorb a lot of moisture.
Originally, bath textiles consist mainly of cotton, but nowadays it is also made of other natural or artificial materials such as linen or silk or a mix of materials.
What is the most commonly used material for terry cloth?
Cotton is widely used for terry cloth due to the fact that the absorbent fibers become 20-30 times stronger when wet. As a result, the fabric is often used for comfortable bathroom products.
The moisture-absorbent quality makes terry a real article of use. It is soft and skin friendly. Terry cloth is suitable for making towels, bath towels, bathrobes or all kinds of baby products.