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Cloth napkins are not suitable for every horeca type! That's why at LUSINI you will also find a wide range of disposable napkins made of different materials. From napkins made of recycled paper to classic cellulose cloth napkins and napkins made of high-quality spunlace material - you will find suitable disposable napkins for every horeca concept.
These napkins are made from 100 percent recycled raw materials. They are printed with compostable ink and can therefore be disposed of in organic waste without hesitation.
Cellulose cloth is the most classic material for disposable napkins. It is made on the basis of cellulose and is very supple, tear-resistant and low-linting. Cell wipe can be produced with different number of grams to optimize volume and absorbency.
Double-Point napkins are slightly higher quality than cellulose cloth or recycled paper napkins. This is due to the manufacturing process: the individual cellulose cloth layers are glued together using micro-dots. This gives the cellulose napkins more volume, making them softer and therefore more comfortable for your guests.
Airlaid is a very high quality disposable material. It has a very fabric-like feel, making it suitable for more elegant hospitality concepts. Airlaid is very absorbent and resistant - both when dry and when wet. It is also soft and very pleasant to the touch. The synthetic fiber is not biodegradable.
The highest quality disposable napkins are made of Spunlace. This disposable non-woven fabric is made of viscose and cellulose. As a result, spunlace napkins are very soft and extremely similar to cloth napkins in both look and feel. Even when wet, spunlace napkins remain durable and do not tear. Another advantage: the napkins are elegant and environmentally friendly at the same time! After use, they can be disposed of in organic waste or composted without hesitation.
What is the difference between biodegradable and compostable? You can find the answer in our magazine!