verdi towels are germ resistant

Botanic Fibres

Verdi Towels are made from botanic fibres which are resistant to bacteria, mould and dust-mites. 

Towels made from recycled fibres are 100 to 1000 times more likely to be contaminated than towels originating from virgin wood pulp like Verdi towels.

the scary truth about washing machines.....

A wash load of underwear will transmit 100 million Ecoli to your washing machine which in turn will transmit to the next laundry load. Some of these germs carry the HepA virus, the noro virus, the rota virus and  the salmonella virus.

quick dry

Cotton towels take up to 9 hours to dry providing the ideal breeding ground for germs and micro-organisms to thrive.  Verdi towels are quick dry and germ resistant. They are far more hygienic option than cotton or microfibre towels.

"Like music and art, love of natures is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries"

Jimmy Carter, 39th US President. 

stay clean
and green

Verdi Towels have been developed specifically to meet the needs of the medical sector assuring the highest standards of hygiene. Poor hygiene leads to the spread of disease and infection. A regular bath towel takes approximately 9 hours to dry naturally and their damp condition provides the perfect environment for bacteria and other micro-organisms to fester. Towels made from recycled fibres are 100 to 1000 times more likely to be contaminated than towels originating from virgin wood pulp like Verdi towels. Botanic fibres resist bacteria, mould and dust-mites

ditch the bleach

"Towels in regular use in the Hospitality and Healthcare industries must be washed with bleach in temperatures as high as 150 degrees and leave an unpleasant toxic odour on fresh towels. These toxins have a negative effect on lungs, skin and eyes".

Verdi Towels are one person use only. They can be used up to 10 times by that one person and then be composted, recycled or washed in a delicate cycle to prolong use. Effectively this means each towel could cost as little as only 50 cent or less depending on the individual. This is a small but significant step towards saving our environment.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”  

Margaret Mead, American Anthropologist.