You can see the advantages by themselves, alternatively compare with a commonly used material such as cotton towels. Here we will do both!
In general, it can be said that linen towels are more durable than cotton towels and that includes organically produced cotton towels. Linen towels have the following advantages:
- High absorbency
- Dirt repellent
- Naturally antibacterial
- Dries quickly
- Does not need to be washed as often
- Rarely starts to smell
- More durable product
Why does linen have these advantages?
High absorbencyLinen towels have an incredible ability to absorb liquid. This is thanks to the fact that its fibers are hollow, which allows them to absorb 20% of their weight before they start to feel wet.
Dirt repellentThe surface of the linen is smooth and dirt-repellent and therefore stays fresh longer.
Naturally antibacterialSince linen fabrics breathe and release moisture, they do not offer a pleasant environment for bacteria. This makes them resistant to bad odors.
Linen dries quickly, which reduces the risk of bacterial growth.
Does not need to be washed as often
The surface of the linen is smooth and dirt-repellent and therefore stays fresh longer. Follow our washing tips to extend the life of your linen towels.
Rarely starts to smell
As a consequence of linen towels drying quickly, this reduces the risk of bacterial growth.
More durable product
Linen has been used for thousands of years, and today it is still an important fabric in many cultures around the world. It is also one of the most sustainable materials available, as it grows without pesticides or herbicides.
The short answer is Yes, linen is durable with a durability score of 9/10, e.g. very environmentally friendly. For more information see the following article.