HONEYCOMB STRIPE PESHTEMAL
Honeycomb Stripe Peshtemal is the one of our most seller products in this year. This turkish towel is manufactured by Denizli Pestemal. We use 20/1 ring yarn to weave them. It has a lot of color options.
Turkish culture has incredible beauties and customs. However, Turkish culture, nowadays, is not as live as it has been in the old times. We should work more intensely to change this situation for the better. Turkish baths are a part of this culture and we should also pay attention to them. Turkish baths have become more common after the conquest of Istanbul. Hundreds of hammams were built all around the country and they have contributed to Turkish culture. These hammams have a more modern look compared to the past. Today in many hotels, gyms and massage saloons we see hammams and introduce new activities for their customers. But the important thing is to make the hammam culture live in the most effective way. There are hammams also in thermal springs and thermal hotels. Using natural spring water in these spots makes hammams much more useful and effective places for the customers. Today, hammams are effective for the treatment of rheumetism and many other diseases and they are the source of life especially for the old people.
Peshtemals have always been the most significant part of Turkish culture. People use peshtemals to cover their private parts of their bodies and bath easily in hammams. Currently the use of peshtemals is not as common as the old times, however, there are still administrations in which people use peshtemals. Although most people prefer wearing beach towels, peshtemals have succeeded to be more attractive in hammams.
Who manufactures and sells these peshtemals? We provide sales for peshtemals which have much more modern look. By offering both wholesale and retail sales for domestic and abroad, our company has an aim for spreading Turkish bath culture to the world. Most people like the way peshtemals seem to be nostalgic and local. If hammam administrations sell peshtemals instead of towels, they have a profitable business and a cultural mission.