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Color:Burgundy

Alevel offers this 12 pack premium poly-cloth napkins that coordinate with the optimal embroidery design. Set your table with these lovely napkins will add texture to your table for every day usage. They are made from high quality thick and aborbant fabric, so they are extra soft and comfortable. These oversized napkins are finished with good and clean hemstitching, your guests will be thrilled with your style and attention to detail.

Great Value and High Quality:

Equally suited to formal and informal gatherings, our embroidery cloth napkins are well sewn, eco-friendly and made to stand up to years of use. Designed to coordinate beautifully with a wide range of holiday parties and dinnerware. It is the perfect combination of personalization and high cost performance.

Best for Everyday Use:

A pack of 12 table napkins (20 x 20 inches) is perfect from small to large size family dinners, wedding, cocktail party, business reception and holiday affairs! Reusable cloth napkins are also more sustainable than their paper counterparts, and can be a great way to cut down on your household's waste. These table napkins are one of the great options for everyday use, as well as more sophisticated choices for those fancy dinner parties and holidays.

Wrinkle and Stain Resistant:

These oversized napkins are made from 100% premium polyester, they’re soft, smooth, durable and absorbent with moderate thickness (260 GSM). The wrinkle amp; stain-resistant nature of the poly fabric allows you to use them heavily in various occasions.

Washing and Care Instructions:

Both hand wash and machine wash are available. Machine wash hot (60℃ / 140℉), Non-chlorine bleach when needed, Tumble dry low heat, Can be cool ironed, Do not dry clean.

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