Erin Go Bragh -Tea Towel
Classic Celtic phrase “Erin Go Bragh” on centered image of boy and girl in Celtic attire with a few shamrocks surrounding image. The phrase “Erin Go Bragh” translates into an expression of allegiance to Ireland.
The reverse side is all white. A great item to add to your space and décor! Our bright and colorful microfiber waffle knit towel is perfect to hang over your oven door, towel rack or handle! This tea towel is an attractive yet functional addition to your home! They are very absorbent and make excellent dish towels. With towels, it’s all about the texture, and the feel of these towels tells you a lot about the quality. Makes a great gift for weddings, anniversaries, housewarmings, or birthdays.
- Microfiber waffle knit cloth towels that are soft to feel
- Size is 16”x24” (inches) 80% Polyester, 20% Polyamide
- Lint free towel
- Perfect for drying glass, dishes, stainless steel, multiple surfaces, and general all-around use
- Imprinted art is approximately 7.5″ x 12″ showing in the center when towel is folded in threes
Purchase is for Tea Towel only; towel ring and accessories in product display images are not included!
Add a Star Metal Tea Towel Hanger to your purchase!
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Microfiber Towel Care Instructions:
Microfiber products need to be washed at a low temperature. Do not use bleach.
Do not wash them with cotton or terry towels. They may be washed with other fabrics but are best washed with other microfibers. Dry them on low heat.
Do not use fabric softener or softener sheets. This will cause the microfiber to lose its electromagnetic charge. Usually ironing is not needed, however, if so, use iron on the reverse side.