8th November 2020
Tesalate - the Revolutionary Beach Towel
Finally, after a week of storms, the sun comes out and I can take my Tesalate towels to the beach. Meanwhile, I have discovered that the large towel makes an excellent throw for my sofa.
Tesalate beach towels come in a multitude of different and unusual designs. Colourful, bright patterns that brighten up the beach and anywhere else they are used. The Phoenix design looks great on my sofa. And, a real plus, I can shake all the crumbs off it. Tesalate beach towels come in a multitude of different and unusual designs. Colourful, bright patterns that brighten up the beach and anywhere else they are used. The Phoenix design looks great on my sofa. And, a real plus, I can just shake all the crumbs off it.
When I set off for a walk along the beach I am not sure if I will be tempted to paddle. But my Tesalate towel folds up small enough to fit in my bag so it is no problem carrying it, just in case.
Tesalate towels are made from AbsorbLite, a fabric created by Tesalate. This fabric is sand repellent, super absorbent and it folds up small enough to fit into the carry bags provided. On the beach it is lovely to sit on especially as good shake gets rid of the sand. Even when the towel is wet a good shake gets rid of the sand.
The beach towels come in extra-large towels for two and standard towels for one. Tesalate also makes anti-bacterial work-out towels. Although they were created for use on the beach they are multi-functional. As I discovered when I spilt a jug of water on my sitting room carpet. I just spread my Tesalate towel over it and it absorbed all the water really quickly. Then, all I had to do, was hang the towel up outside and it soon dried out. The smaller towel is also very efficient at drying long wet hair.
I have not had many opportunities to use my beach towels on the beach due to stormy weather along the south coast. But I have found other uses for this amazing towel.
Valery Collins is the Experienced Traveller
An excellent raconteur, Valery has been writing about her experiences on the road since she started travelling 25 years ago. After publishing 4 books she turned to online travel writing and photography. Today she is editor, features’ writer and reviewer for ExperiencedTraveller.com and regularly contributes guided city walks to GPSmyCity.com