Towel FAQs:

Q: Is a towel a piece of absorbent fabric or paper used for drying or wiping a body or a surface?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a towel an absorbent?

A: Yes, and usually small towel used in bars and often given away free as promotional items.

Q: Is a towel a Tunisian hammam and beach towel?

A: Yes, and which is also used as a pareo.

Q: Are towels provided in commercial or office bathrooms for users to dry their hands?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a towel a small towel that is folded and placed next to the sink or in the guest bedroom?

A: Yes.

Q: Are towels used?

A: Yes, and including hand towels, bath towels and kitchen towels.

Q: Is a towel usually a little bit larger than a bath towel?

A: Yes.

Q: Are towels normally mounted on a rod a little longer than the width of the roll?

A: Yes, or in an alternative type of hanger that has protrusions on ears, the protrusions fitting into the ends of the paper towel roll.

Q: Was a towel a special linen drying cloth used by the mistress of the house to dry her precious and expensive china tea things?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a towel commonly associated with the city of Bursa?

A: Yes, and Turkey, in the 17th century.

Q: Are towels also used in households for a range of wiping?

A: Yes, and cleaning and drying tasks.

Q: Is a towel used for drying the body when it is wet?

A: Yes, such as after bathing or showering.

Q: Is a towel a bath or hand towel that has had trim—such as satin, lace or linen stitched onto it, or embroidery done on it—mainly to simply "look nice"?

A: Yes, They are used to add a decorative touch—usually to a bathroom—most commonly in the USA.

Q: Is a towel a small?

A: Yes, and rectangular towel which, in the absence of a rug, carpet or bathroom mat, is placed on the bathroom floor to stand on after finishing a shower or bath.

Q: Is a towel a small towel which usually comes with a loop or clip to attach to a golf bag for drying hands?

A: Yes, and balls, and clubs.

Q: Is a towel a piece of paper that can be used once as a towel and then be disposed of?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a towel a towel manipulated by a series of rollers?

A: Yes, and used as an alternative to paper towels and hand dryers in public washrooms.

Q: Are towels available in a variety of sizes?

A: Yes, and materials and designs.

Q: Is a towel a smaller towel characterized by an extra sewn-on hood at one corner to cover a baby's head?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a towel significantly smaller than a bath towel ))?

A: Yes, and is used for drying the hands after washing them.