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Traditional Bath Towels: Breeding Grounds for Mildew & Odors?
Most towels are made of cheap cotton or synthetic blends that are virtually impossible to dry out completely. Since these fabrics retain so much moisture, they can harbor mildew, bacterial odors, and other nasty particles.
So, every time you dry off with a damp towel, you’re not only making yourself instantly dirty again, you may actually be rubbing mildew & odor-causing bacteria onto your skin.
According to Chuck Gerba, PhD, a professor of microbiology at the University of Arizona, drying-off with a dirty towel can be risky.1
Ordinary Bath Towels Don’t Stay Clean...But What Can Be Done?
In most bathrooms, the towel-drying bar is located about 7' away from the nastiest thing in the house: the toilet. We all assume this is okay… but in a 2013 study, scientists proved that the particles in toilets spray all around the room (a phenomenon nown as “toilet plume”).2
What can be done? You can do what experts recommend by washing or replacing your towels every 3 days, but who has the time or energy for that? You could stop hanging up towels in the bathroom altogether, but walking to the linen closet with wet feet creates a real slipping hazard.
But what if there was a smart, easy solution to help keep bath towels clean, dry, and fresh-smelling without sacrificing comfort and quality?
Stop Using Damp, Dirty Towels And Switch To This Innovative New Solution
Silver Ions Help Resist Odors & Mildew
Quick-Drying, Super Absorbent
100% CA-Grown Pima Cotton
Stays Clean & Fresh-Smelling
Luxurious European Waffle-Weave
Less Washing Than Regular Towels
Sutera Silverthread Towels" are a luxury bathroom breakthrough that offers a clean, dry, fresh-smelling way to dry-off after each and every shower.
Forget about exposing yourself to mildew and musty odors after showering: Silverthread Towels are infused with Silver Ions — shown in scientific studies to help fabrics resist mildew and bacterial odors.3
Silverthread’s 100% CA-Grown Pima Cotton is woven into a unique waffle-weave texture, which dries your body faster than conventional towels and allows for complete moisture evaporation, so towels air-dry in minutes.
Thousands of Americans are moving away from traditional towels to Sutera’s cleaner, fresher, and more luxurious innovation.
But fair warning: the word about Silverthread Towels is spreading like wildfire and most customers are buying in bundles to claim their free hand towels (up to 4 FREE).
We strongly suggest ordering now and claiming up to 4 FREE hand towels, before inventory runs low or supplies completely sell out again. (Available in both White and Grey Color, but check the next page for inventory as one color could be sold out already!)
How Do Silverthread Towels Stay Fresher For Longer?
Silver has been used for centuries to help keep wounds clean, and surgeons still use it to this day. In an extraordinary recent breakthrough, scientists discovered a way to infuse silver ions into fabrics — helping the fabric naturally resist mildew and bacterial odors.2
To create Silverthread Towels, we infused these innovative silver ions into ultra-soft, 100% California-grown Pima cotton. The silver ions are “activated” whenever any excess moisture exists in the fabric, leaving the towels clean and fresh-smelling.
So, the Silver Ion infusion is how Sutera Silverthread Towels stay fresher than regular towels!
They’re also why Silverthread Towels can be washed less frequently than conventional towels — yet still look, smell, and feel cleaner.
They Feel Softer, Look More Elegant, & Last Longer Than Store-Bought Towels
100% of the fabric in every Silverthread Towel is made from California-grown Pima Cotton. American grown Pima cotton is quite possibly the highest-quality cotton in the world. Its staple fibers can be up to 30-50% longer than Egyptian cotton… producing softer, more durable fabrics that are more resistant to “pilling.”
Silverthread’s luxurious, European-style waffle pattern features two types of weaves — each with a different function. The smooth loose-weave makes each towel strong and long-lasting; the open-weave accounts for its moisture-wicking and rapid-evaporation properties.
This unique texture is why Silverthread is more lightweight than ordinary towels, yet absorbs more moisture and air-dries more completely. You’ll literally fell it drying and warming your body. In-between showers, touch your Silverthread Towel with dry hands and you’ll notice no lingering dampness or odor!
Here’s What Satisfied Silverthread Customers Had To Say:
Don’t take it from us:
How Does Sutera Silverthread Compare To Regular Bath Towels?
Silver Ions help resist odors & mildew
Can harbor odors, mildew, & nasty particles
100% CA-Grown Pima Cotton
Low-quality import cotton or synthetic blends
Always feels soft & smells fresh
Musty odor can appear quickly after use
Double-waffle pattern = long-lasting, gets softer over time
Cheap texture becomes rough, plasticky, & frays easily
Quick absorption, fast moisture evaporation
Typically retains moisture, can breed mildew
Requires less washing & upkeep
EXPERTS: should be washed every 3 uses
When I first saw this towel online, I was a complete skeptic… it’s really supposed to keep mildew and odors at bay? To me, it sounded “too good to be true.” But I knew the brand, Sutera, had a good reputation for quality products. I skimmed through the rave reviews and was convinced to try it.
Right off the bat, I noticed Silverthread felt softer than I expected. It was a pleasant sensation: it feels plush, elegant... more than anything, it feels like quality. I’m a huge Pima cotton fan, and this fabric does not disappoint: it feels strong yet lightweight, smooth yet breathable.
I gave it a shot that same day. I went through my usual shower routine, but one thing immediately stood out: I was fully dry before I knew it. I hung the half-damp towel like I always do and checked back after about 15 minutes. Normally, my towel would still be cold-to-the-touch and dripping wet at this time, but I was shocked to find it dry as a bone.
After a couple weeks of use, I can confidently say: Silverthread is the last towel I will ever use. It gets the job done better than any other towel, and it doesn’t ever smell musty. Plus, I love not having to worry about washing it all the time because it stays clean for weeks.
BOTTOM LINE: If you’re tired of your towels never drying out completely, plus getting nasty and musty fast… if you’re concerned about damp towels rubbing mildew and odors all over your skin… or if you simply want towels you don’t have to wash every 3 days... Sutera Silverthread Towels are a truly innovative, classy, & convenient product. I highly recommend them.
How To Try Silverthread Bath Towels, Risk-Free, Today
Sutera Silverthread Towels are not available in stores and can only be found online through the link on this page.
Now that you’ve discovered how these soft, elegant bath towels can stay clean, dry, and fresh-smelling — without constant laundering — follow these steps to get started:
- Go to the official Sutera website to place your order (White and Grey Towels Available)
- Grab a clean, fresh, super-soft towel after EVERY shower.
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1. How Bad Is It to Not Wash Your Bath Towels Every Week?. Reader's Digest. (2021). Retrieved 23 March 2021, from https://www.rd.com/article/washing-bath-towels-often/.
2. Johnson D, Mead K, Lynch R, Hirst D. Lifting the lid on toilet plume aerosol: A literature review with suggestions for future research. Am J Infect Control. 2013;41(3):254-258.doi:10.1016/j.ajic.2012.04.330.
3. Wakshlak R, Pedahzur R, Avnir D. Antibacterial activity of silver-killed bacteria: the "zombies" effect. Sci Rep. 2015;5(1). doi:10.1038/srep09555.
4. Jung W, Koo H, Kim K, et al. Antibacterial Activity and Mechanism of Action of the Silver Ion in Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2008;74(7):2171-2178. doi:10.1128/aem.02001-07.