Shipping & Delivery

Shipping Information:

ADI has 6 fully stocked warehouses across the country, allowing us to efficiently fulfill orders and provide timely delivery to our customers.

We offer shipping anywhere within the United States. All orders will be processed within 3 business days. Orders placed on weekends or holidays will be processed the following business day.

Shipping costs will be calculated at checkout based on the weight and destination of the package. 

Please note that shipping times may vary based on the carrier and location. We are not responsible for any delays caused by the carrier or due to weather conditions.

Delivery Information:

We strive to deliver your order in a timely and efficient manner. Once your order is shipped, you will receive a tracking number via email so you can track your package.

Please ensure that the shipping address you provide is accurate and up to date. We are not responsible for any packages that are returned to us due to an incorrect or incomplete address.

If you have any questions or concerns about shipping or delivery, please contact us at

Fabric Guide

What is Polyester?

Polyester is a synthetic fiber made from petroleum-based materials. It is very durable, wrinkle-resistant, and is often used in clothing because it doesn't shrink or stretch out of shape like natural fabrics do. Polyester is often blended with
cotton in towels. This created a long lasting and durable towel that is less
likely to pill over time.

What is Spun Polyester?

Spun polyester is a type of synthetic fiber made from long strands of polyester that have been spun and tightly twisted together. Typically, machine-washable items made with spun polyester will hold their shape and color well over time. This type of fabric also resists wrinkles, shrinking, and

What is Cotton?

Cotton is a plant material that is
characterized by its soft, and absorbent fibers. It Is most commonly used in the production of textiles such as towels and clothing but can also be used to
make paper.

Plain Weaves vs. Poplin Weaves

The difference between the two weaves lies in their
durability. A fabric woven with a plain weave will be less durable than a fabric woven with a poplin weave, because the plain weave is less sturdy and less able to withstand wear and tear. This is why poplin fabrics are often used for clothing that needs to be durable, such as uniforms and

What does Bleach Resistant mean?

It means that the fabric has been treated with a finish that will prevent it from fading or discoloration when exposed to bleach. This is especially important for items like white sheets and towels, which can quickly lose their bright white color if not treated with a bleach resistant finish.