October 13, 2016


Q: What are Dapper Wraps?

A: Dapper Wraps are a brand of designer cooling towels with designs that express who we are as individuals.


Q: What are Dapper Wraps made out of?

A: Dapper Wraps are made out of a special Polyvinyl Acetate material, also known as PVA. It is a special type of plastic that absorbs the cooling properties of water for hours after it is soaked.


Q: Do I need to wet my towel with cold water?

A: Obviously cold water will make the towel colder, but it is not necessary; any type of water


Q: What is your return policy?

A: Our products can be returned or exchanged within 60 days if in original packaging.


Q: Where are you based out of?

A: We originated in Atlanta, GA but are now based in Athens, GA.


Q: Can you clean Dapper Wraps?

A: Yes! They are machine washable.


Q: Will Dapper Wraps be vending at ______?

A: The full list of events that we will be vending at is available here.


Q: My Dapper Wrap dried up and now it has become hard. What is wrong with it?

A: That is completely normal! This is due to the unique PVA material. When it dries out, it becomes stiff like cardboard. All you have to do to get it back to normal is wet it again. Due to this, we recommend folding the towel when you’re done so that it is compact and easy to throw in a backpack, but only after it is completely dry.

Q: Is there anything that I should avoid doing with my Dapper Wrap?

A: If it is still wet, don’t leave it in your backpack or another enclosed space for an extended amount of time. You can leave it in your backpack for a few hours, but don’t leave it in there for too long. It’s a wet towel, so use your common sense and you will be fine.

Additionally, you are not allowed to…
-be mean to waitresses and waiters.
-dwell on your past mistakes.
-talk to yourself more negatively than you would talk to your best friend.
-forget that this world is better place because you woke up today.
…while wearing your Dapper Wrap.


If you have any other questions, please send them to Jason@DapperWraps.com. Thanks!