Even if you are just average like me, don't you get tired of buying those paper napkins for every day use? I sure did! I have seen the light! Have you noticed that people seem to be avoid using fancy printed napkins for just casual eating? These napkins are the answer to that problem!
I used to use fancy fabric but I noticed that my kids would not use them, until I made these, they don't feel like they are messing up a fancy napkin and these are great workhorse daily napkins that can handle a beating and keep on going. These are perfect to pack in school lunches, picnic baskets, barbecues, and much more!
Made of super absorbent WHITE birdseye cotton, or diaper cloth, They are about 11X12 inches with slight curve edges, some may vary just a tad in size as they are all individually cut and serged. Pre-shrunk. They can soak up spilled juice at breakfast, and clean up peanut butter and jelly at lunch! Perfect size for travel. Keep them in the diaper bag, the car for emergencies, in your napkin holder, the possibilities are endless!
The great thing about these is that they can be bleached, so they are PERFECT for daily use, no need to worry about spaghetti sauce or jelly stains on your fancy napkins, they can be kept sanitary. Each set will receive a special list of care tips to ensure the most absorbent and anti-bacterial napkin. They can be washed and dried just like any other cotton, bleach is okay, too.
This listing is for 22 of the Everyday Napkins. Say goodbye to paper ones and save a TON of money using these! They fit in your napkin holder too!
Did you know
42% of the industrial wood harvest is used to make paper?
The paper industry is the 4th largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions among United States manufacturing industries, and contributes 9% of the manufacturing sector's carbon emissions.
Paper accounts for 25% of landfill waste (and one third of municipal landfill waste).
Municipal landfills account for one third of human-related methane emissions (and methane is 23-times more potent a greenhouse gas than is carbon dioxide).
And that is just a snippet! These are great eco friendly alternatives to paper napkins!
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