Safe – Made from excellent non-toxic materials. Organic cotton, hemp and non-toxic dyes.
Responsible – Reusable Napkin Co proudly makes high quality, Australian-made, chemical-free, earth-conscious, reusable napkins. Their aim is to end one-use napkins, one-household at a time.
Their organic cotton is grown without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and synthetic fertilisers. They also use hemp which requires fewer chemicals and water than cotton and is stronger and longer lasting. The dyes used to colour their reusable napkins are all procion low impact, fibre reactive, non-toxic, safe and eco-friendly.
Reusable Napkin Co pack their products using recycled paper, paper made from Responsible Forestry Practices Fibre, cardboard boxes and compostable mailers.
These napkins are Australian-made and are of exceptional quality. The packaging is made from recycled paper too. Local manufacture, reusable product, high quality, sustainable fibres (organic cotton and hemp) ticking all the boxes!
A return to something that has been forgotten from our tables. A gorgeous reusable option that works well and looks fantastic with a table setting. Love the GOTS fabric and colours. A versatile napkin that can be used for lots of purposes.
The neutral colour of this napkin will suit any dining table setting. I love this simple way to reduce waste – I just need to get enough for the whole family now! The napkin is great for cleanup and is easy to wash.
Made from high quality, ethically sourced fabric, this gorgeous napkin is soft to the touch but hardy and will last years of washing. I love the natural colour which looks stylish but also will not stain easily. So lovely, I’ll be asking for a whole set for Christmas!
Why don’t we use napkins any more? I remember visiting my grandparents’ house and seeing the table laid with napkins rolled up in metal rings. Now the only place I see reusable napkins or serviettes is at 5-star restaurants. I’ve been using these lovely soft napkins (made of organic cotton and hemp) at the dinner table and have since removed the baby wipes from the table! My kids love using them and I often find just rinsing them out and hanging them up is enough to keep them clean for a few days.