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Orange handwoven hand towel

This hand towel features traditional mayan weaving designs. It was hand woven and brocaded with a backstrap loom by a weaver from the Chiapas Highlands.
  • Various colors to choose from.
  • Backordered items usually take 3-4 weeks to ship.
  • Handcrafted by a weaver in the town of San Andres Larrainzar (Sakamch'en), Chiapas, Mexico.
  • Technique: Backstrap loom weaving and brocade. 100% cotton.
  • DIMENSIONS: Width: 15.7 in., Length: 22.8 in. ; Weight: 0.2 lbs.
  • CARE: We recommend hand wash with mild soap to keep the colors true. Air dry.
  • For machine wash, use gentle cycle with cold water. Air dry.
Price: US$34.99    

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Caring for your Mexican Blown Glassware

(some advice from an expert ...)

Because blown glassware is affected by heat, water and cold temperatures, many customers ask if it is safe to put their Mexican stemware in the dishwasher. Speaking from personal experience, I have been putting my Mexican blown glassware in the dishwasher for years, and I can promise that my mother, and grandmother have done the same.

My only observation is that since I have hard water, and the glassware is so durable, a film of calcium can build up after years of dishwashing. However, I do recommend hand washing blown glass pitchers, to protect their handles, and to better clean their steeply curved interiors.

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