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Different Type Of Bath Rug

Bath Rug

100% cotton, long pile, non-slip bottom base, 1800gsm,with customized embroidery logo…Read More

Bath Rug

100% cotton, long pile, non-slip bottom base, 1800gsm,round corner,sizes can be customized…Read More

Bath Rug

100% cotton,long pile, non-slip bottom, with frame border design, 1800gsm,sizes can be customized…Read More

Bath Rug

100% cotton,long pile, non-slip bottom, with grid design, 1800gsm,sizes can be customized…Read More

Bath Rug

100% cotton, long pile, non-slip bottom base,round corner,1800gsm, six colors available…Read More

Toilet Bath Rug

100% cotton, long pile,non-slip bottom base,60x60cm,front opening size:24cm,white and gray color available…Read More

Bath Rug Production Process

  • Step 1:stitching bath rug cotton yarn to bottom base;
  • Step 2:self-piping stitching;
  • Step 3:Ironing to let it flat;
  • Step 4:logo embroiery by machines;
  • Step 5:do inspection and package
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Hotel Bath Linen Related Products

Hotel Towels
White Plain Hotel Towels
100% cotton,white plain,single loop hotel bath towel, hand towel, face towel
Hotel Bath Mat
Bath Mat With Border
100% cotton white color, double loop, with frame border design,1000gsm
Hotel Bathrobe
Velour Hotel Bathrobe
100% cotton velour material, shawl style,with embroidery logo on left chest
Hotel Slipper
Velvet Hotel Slipper
Velvet material,5mm EVA sole, non-slip bottom base,with embroidery logo

Bath Rug


Due to all new hotel bath linen products ,including towels,bathrobe,bath rug has chemicals and lubricants on the surface bringing from manufacturing process which maybe harmful to skin and also will prevent the towel from absorting water.So it is important to do first wash to remove.Put half or three quarter towels into laundry facilities with full set of clean water to make towels fully washed to remove extra fiber that falling to towels from the air and chemicals&lubricants in production.

Routing Washing

  • Use a neutral PH detergent
  • Wash separately by different color
  • Remove odours with baking soda


  • Avoid leaving the dryer long time for high temperature
  • Throw a few tennis balls into the dryerto make loops fluffy
  • Don’t get out towel so early to let them fully drying

Warranty Period:

One Year/If it is not caused by artificial damage, washing damage or natural aging of the product, we will replace it without charge.


Sample production time: 7 days.

Cost: free for samples, we can supply you samples by free to do lab test or wash test before officila order to make sure quality. For delivery cost of samples, you can provide me your express account.

Production Lead Time:

Normally we need 30 days in production for full set of bed linens ,bath linens for one hotel project, including bed sheet, duvet cover, pillow case, pillow protector, mattress protector, mattress topper, bed runner, cushion, bed skirting, towels, bathrobe, slippers.If something urgently, pls contact us first to discuss.

Bath Rug FAQ Guide

Bath rugs are a necessity to have in your bath room.They absorb the water dripping from your body and from the floor. They prevent unnecessary accidents that can  happen from slipping on the wet floor especially tiles. Bath rugs create a luxury finish to your bath room and finish it off.

Bath rugs create a very nice atmosphere in the bath room.

There are many styles available on the market from different materials. An appealing bath rug makes bath time a pleasure.

Placing your feet on a fluffy bath rug does wonders for your feet.

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1.What Is A Bath Rug?

A bath rug helps to absorb water from your body when you step out of the bath or shower.

It prevents water from going onto the floor and avoids you slipping.

2.What Is The Difference Between A Bath Mat And A Bath Rug?

The main difference between a bath mat and a bath rug is that whilst they are very pretty to look at, bath mats are more functional, whilst bath rugs give a much more plush look and a more luxurious feel to the space.

3.What Is The Point Of A Bath Rug?

The purpose of bath rugs is to supply an anti-slip surface so hat you can step on it after you have taken a bath or shower.

Bath rugs also also soak up excess water and splashes, therefore keep the floor clean, dry and mildew-free.

Math rugs keep your floor space more hygienic.

4.What Are Some Good Reasons To Have A Bath Rug?

Having a bath rug helps you to stand up straight when getting out of the bath.            Bath rugs also help in a person temperature, we loose lots of heat out from our feet. The shock to step out of a hot bath or shower onto floor tiles is enough to draw out  heat from our bodies, leaving you with a chill for some time.

For a small child or elderly person under-the-weather person, unregulated body temperatures can take a big toil on the body.

5.Can You Mix And Match Bath Rugs In Your Bathroom?

Yes, you can mix and match your bath room rugs.

If you have a big space then use different bath rugs in front of your shower and your bath. You can also place a bath rug in front of your wash basin.

You can mix styles and different materials of bath rugs.

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 6.Why The Importance Of a Bath Rug In a Hotel?

The most important reason is that a bath rug will prevent slips and falls when you step out of the bath or shower.

No every shower is slippery, but there is always that chance of a freak accident, so rather be careful than sorry.

7.Why Do Hotels Use White Bath Rugs?

White bath rugs are used as proof to you that the towel is crisp, clean, and fresh. You

are made to feel that the hotel bath rooms are more luxurious.

There will be no colour runs, when changing bath rugs all whites make it easier for

washing process.

If a white bath rug is stained, it is easier to bleach away.

8.How Does a Hotel Decide Which Bath Rug To Use?

Each and every hotel will look at its budget and the most effective and presentable look and comfort for you as their guest.

There are many different types of bath rugs to choose from, each being unique in their own way for their guest to step onto.

9.What Materials Do Hotels Prefer To Use For Their Bath Rugs?

Hotels prefer to buy 100 percent cotton above any other. Cotton fibers are very strong and soft, its moisture-wicking and hypoallergenic qualities.

Cotton bath mats make for a very sturdy mat that also feel cozy and fluffy under your feet.

Microfiber bath rugs are a very good option.

10.Which Bath Rugs Are Durable?

According to Baker, looped cotton is the best for durability and to absorb water.      Woven from lone-wear cotton and loomed with extra-thick, ultra-tight loops, these bath rugs will absorb water and offer luxurious comfort for your feet.

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11.Are there many different materials used to make bath rugs?

A bathroom rug is made from many different types of materials.

Bath rugs can be made out of cotton, nylon, chenille, bamboo and polyester. It is recommended to try and stay with these materials for bath rugs.

12.Is GSM important in determining which towel to purchase?

Yes, GSM is important. GSM is the grams per square meter.

Bear in mind you good have a GSM but the fabric could be made with low-quality materials, which will lead to a less reliable product.

13.What are best 3 types of bath rugs?

Research done for top bath rugs according to the Spruce.

Frontgate resort bath rugs for their griping backing and luxurious feel under your feet.

Yimobra Luxury Chenille bath rugs, they are affordable if on budget, the rugs feel nice between your toes and a slightly gripping back.

Bean Classic Cotton bath rug, this bath rug felt sturdy yet lightweight, soft and having a non-skid backing.

14.What rug is good for the bath room?

Outdoor sisal rugs also know as polypropylene, are a great bath room rug as they have the manufactured durability of a rug that has to stand u [ to many elements combined with a variety of unique patterns and style options.

15.What style of bath rugs do hotels use?

There are many different styles, shapes and sizes of bath rugs.

Each hotel will decide which bath rug will fit into their decor of their bath room to make it look luxurious.

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16.How do you buy correct size bath rug?

The average size of a bath rug is between 17–24 inches wide and between 24-30 inches long.

Larger bath rooms will therefore need a larger bath rug while smaller bath rooms would need a smaller bath rug.

Start with measuring the entire bath room floor space where you want to place the bath rug, this is usually in the centre of the room or the space in front of the bath or shower to prevent spillage.

You do not want the bath rug to appear too large for the bath room floor space.

17.How Often Do Hotels Change Their Bath Rugs?

It is the norm to change the bath rug after the guest/s depart and also when you are cleaning the bath room floor.

18.Do Hotels Wash Their Own Bath Rugs?

Depending on the hotels protocol, some hotels will have washing facilities within the hotel and others will send out to laundries.

The preferred way is to have a laundry service, this procedure is more time effective and benefits with regards to destroying of germs and drying of the bath rugs.

19.Do Bath Rugs Need To Be Washed In Hot Water Cycle?

Bath rugs can be washed in the washing machine on a gentle cycle.    Choose a warm or hot setting, as long as the bath mat can handle heat. You can check on the bath     mat label for washing instruction.

Add laundry detergent and a capful of vinegar is useful to freshen and kill any bacteria.

20.Can you put bath rugs in a dryer?

You can pout bath rugs in a dryer but it is better and safer to hang bath mats out to dry naturally.

You can tumble dry on the lowest setting.

You should not use high heat when drying bath rugs as the drying plastic or rubber backing can crack or melt, which you will then have to replace sooner.

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21.What Is The Lifespan Of a Bath Rug?

It is recommended to replace your bath room rug every two years.

If your bath rug has a rubber backing, when the rubber backing deteriorates it is time to replace the bath room rug. This may be less than two years if washing regular.

22.Are There Bath Rugs That Are Hypoallergenic?

Yes, there are hypoallergenic bath rugs available.

Cotton fiber and bamboo bath rugs are hypoallergenic.

23.Do Any Hotels Use Microfiber Fabrics For Their Bath Rugs?

There are hotels that will use microfiber fabrics for their bath mats.

If the hotel is on a strict budget then the hotel will look at microfibre bath mats. They are affordable and durable and do not wear quickly.

It is recommended to use microfiber bath rugs in public areas as they are more affordable and very easy to wash

24.How Do You Wash Microfiber Bath Rugs?

A microfiber bath rug can be washed on a cold, gentle wash with detergent.

Do not put microfiber rugs in the wash or dryer with the other bath room items, the  material will pick up lint, which is short fine fibers which separate from the surface of cloth or yarn.

If possible and you have the space, the best way is to air dry microfiber bath rugs

25.What Are Some Pros For Using a Bath Rug?

A bath rug helps to absorb water dripping off your body when you get out of the bath or shower.

Bath rugs help the excess water from your floor and prevents slipping on tiled floors. Bath rugs look good and inviting in your bath room, adding to the decor and flow.

26.What are some facts about bath rugs?

The bath rug sole purpose is to prevent you slipping on the floor and possibly hurting yourself.

Their main function is to soak up any water and give you a nice soft place to step onto once you have finished bathing or showering.

27.Do you have to have a bath rug?

No, you do not have to but they serve a very good purpose.

Bath rugs are there to absorb water and prevent you from slipping when you have finished your bath or shower.

By stepping onto a bath rug will reduce water on the floor and you will step onto a rug soft and a comfortable.

28.What are do’s and dont’s about bath rugs?

Do launder your bath amt on a regular basis. At least once a week is recommended to maintain its shape,comfort and softness.

Do machine wash rugs on their own.

Do wash bath rugs in cool to warm water.

Don’t use too much detergent.    Use only the recommended amount of detergent. You can also do an extra rinse to make sure all detergent is gone.

Do shake out your bath rug after it has been washed. This will fluff out the fibers and help the drying process.

Don’t put your bath rug in a hot dryer that will damage the cotton, tumble dry on a low heat, stopping the cycle every while to give the bath rug a good shake.

Don’t use dryer sheets as these can leave a residue on the bath rugs fibers and decrease the softness and absorbency over time. Wool dryer balls can be used instead to help speed up the drying process.

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