McClary Linen Towels
Elevate the everyday. Treat yourself to the incomparably smooth hand, durability and super-absorbency of our pure linen bath and kitchen towels. With a rich, untreated finish that develops more character and softness over time, these classic flat-weave (and leno stripe) linen towels drape smoothly and feel as luxurious as they look. Naturally antimicrobial with a fibrous scent and hand. Double hand-turned hems on all four sides. Machine-washable.
Bath Sheet 35” x 60”
Bath Towel 30” x 54”
Kitchen / Hand New 17” x 28”
Washcloth 13” x 16”
Sets of 3: Includes Bath Sheet, Kitchen/Hand Towel and a Washcloth.
Sets of 4: Includes Bath Sheet, Bath Towel, Kitchen/Hand Towel and a Washcloth.
Hemmed Finish: Towels are finished with a double hand turned hem on all four sides.
All Brahms Mount products are prewashed and preshrunk.
Sustainability is not a new idea at Brahms Mount. Natural fibers and earth-friendly practices were woven into the fabric of our company from day one. Every part of our process, from sourcing yarns to manufacturing products, involves making choices with minimal impact. We use colorfast dyes to achieve our vibrant hues. We follow the safest possible methods to give our whites their characteristic brightness. Our natural, undyed fibers are just that – pure and undyed, with a clean, untreated finish. Feel-good fibers, in every sense.
Linen is fast drying and highly suitable for line-drying. Line drying is quick and crisp compared to the matted mess of a line-dried terry towel.
All Brahms Mount towels are pre-washed and pre-shrunk. While our products have the ease of home washing and drying, they are still made of natural fibers and should be cared for accordingly.
Wash separately in cold water on a short, gentle cycle, with as much water as possible to allow for movement
Avoid harsh detergents
Use a liquid detergent without bleach or brighteners
Always pre-dilute your detergent
Tumble dry on delicate setting, low or no heat. Linen will become brittle if it is dried at a high heat temperature or for an extended period. When the fabric rubs on itself in a “dry” condition, it will abrade and show ﬁber on the surface.
Tumbling keeps a soft drape.
You can line dry, but the fabric will be stiff initially
It is better to remove the product slightly damp from the dryer than to “bake and break” the ﬁbers. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight over long periods