A towel is a piece of absorbent fabric or paper used for drying or cleaning. It is called moisture through direct contact, often using a transfer or a rubbing motion. Towel common household textile made of cotton, rayon, bamboo, non woven fibers, and some other materials.
According to archaeological studies of the middle Ages, “… personal items with few shareholders always include this knife and a towel. However, the invention of the towel is commonly associated with the city of Bursa, Turkey, the seventeenth century. These negotiations started in faux leather, flat piece of woven cotton or linen pestemel called, often hand-embroidered. Long enough to wrap the body, pestemel was close enough to the original, but are now more complete and most commonly measured 90 by 170 cm (35 × 67 FR). Pestemal is used in Turkish baths, as they were light when wet and were very absorbent.
He was asked the weaving industry more elaborate embroidery designs, aided by their knowledge of carpet weaving. In the 18th century the towels began to provide binding loops off the pile of material. These towels became known as the loop Havly name; over time, the word was changed to Havlu, the Turkish word for towel, and means “loops”. The towels did not become affordable to the nineteenth century, with the cotton trade and industrialization. With mechanization, cotton towel was available by the yard, in addition to being stocked in stores such as pre-made towels.
Now towels are available in a variety of sizes, materials and designs. Some hotels provide towels and bathrobes embed washable RFID tags in their blankets to prevent theft.