Personalised towels are everywhere.
They are trendy, stylish and they can save you time and money.
They also make your day and your guests happier.
Here are some things to consider before deciding whether to buy a new towel or if you should just throw a towel in the bin.1.
Is it a personalised towel?
Personalised towels can look like the brand name on the bag, the tag, the logo or even on the label.
They may have special features that you might not find on standard towels, like an embroidered tag, a watermark or a unique price.2.
Does the product come with a price tag?
If the price tag on the product is a promotional price, you should definitely check it out.
If it doesn’t say what it costs, it’s not a personalisation towel.3.
Does it come with instructions?
Personalisation towels come with simple instructions that explain how to use them and where to put them.
However, you can still get some information if you know how to read a label.4.
Does this product come in different sizes?
If it’s a personal towel that comes with a label that says it’s the right size, you might be better off with a smaller towel or a longer one.
However for a towel that has a label like “3”, you might want to buy the one that has the right number of towel pockets.5.
Is this towel free?
If this is the first time you use the towel, it might be a good idea to take a closer look at the price and the warranty, before making the purchase.6.
Is the towel waterproof?
The watermark on the tag may say something like “WATERMELON” or “WATDERSIDE”.
This is a waterproof label.7.
Is there a warranty?
If there is a warranty on the towel (like a two-year warranty or a 12-month warranty), it should be noted.8.
Does there a price comparison?
If you see the price of the product on the website or the description on the packaging, you will know whether it’s worth the extra money.
However, it is still a good indication that the towel is something special.
The seller may be a trusted brand or an online reseller, or it may be another brand.9.
Is your brand included?
If your brand is included in the product’s price tag, you’ll find it easy to compare prices with other brands.
If the seller’s brand is not included, you need to take some other steps to get the best price.10.
Is its quality clear?
If everything is clear and it comes with the sticker that says “NEW DELHI ONLY”, you are good to go.
If there are markings like “PALACE”, “MULTIPLE PACKAGE” or similar on the towels, they might be from another brand or brand’s website.11.
Is a warranty included?
You can always ask for a full warranty if the product comes with instructions or the warranty includes the towel’s price.
If you want to know if the towel comes with an exchange warranty, you must contact the seller directly.12.
Does a towel come with an attached shower curtain?
If a towel comes in a shower curtain with the tag saying “ALL NEW”, it means that it comes in the right shade for the room.
If there is no tag, it means the towel does not come with the shower curtain.13.
Is everything inside the towel clear?
The towel may be labelled as “HOLIDAY SPECIAL” or something like that, but you can tell if it’s from the seller.14.
Is everyone who uses it safe?
If every towel you use is safe, you may not be tempted to throw it in the trash.
However if it comes from a reputable brand, the seller may not have the same problem.15.
Is someone using it?
If no one uses the towel and if it is not marked “HOT”, it’s safe to throw away.16.
Is anyone using the towel?
If people do not use it and it is labelled as ‘NEW DELHIA ONLY’, you can throw it away.17.
Are there any restrictions on the type of towel you can buy?
It is recommended to not buy a towel from someone who has been using the product for more than two weeks.
If a towel has a long shelf life, you have to be careful and check whether it will come with any problems or any warnings.18.
Is all the information on the bottle or in the box clear?
Some brands have a label on the package that says: “NO CONTAMINATION” and that information is in the package.
Some brands have warnings and stickers.
If this is not clear, it can make it difficult to know whether or not you are buying a safe towel.19.
Is every towel tested by