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Cool Wave” towel is a must for all of your warm weather activities!  


The magic of this towel is that drops the surrounding temperature 10 - 20 degrees for 4 hours or more before it needs "reactivating". It’s a lifesaver on those sweltering, seriously hot summer days.
. Large 16” x 26” towel
. Keeps you cool without getting you wet
. Will remain10 to 20 degrees cooler than current air temperature for 4 to 5 hours
. Reactivate with fresh water every 4 to 5 hours
. Make it cooler after an hour, or two or three, by simply shaking it in the air
. For easier access, keep it in the plastic bag which accompanies each towel
. Hand washable with liquid dish soap or bar soap, or with detergent in the family washer
. Air-dry only. Do NOT use the family dryer.
. Store in plastic shipping tube during winter months. 


Available in blue, yellow and pink.  You can also order via our PayPal Link for $26 $18.99+S/H) and list color choice, see right hand column.  If you want more than one please contact us for multi-purchase price by email.

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