MYdrap Delivers Single-Use Cloth Placemats and Napkins on Rolls

mydrap single-use and reusable cloth placemats and napkins

MYdrap is a Spanish concept of table linens that is quite unique. For the first time, you can get the efficiency of single-use napkins and placemats without letting go the elegance of your table. There is more. MYdrap are the first cloth serviettes, available in roll or pre-cut, that offer double the possibilities: for single use or to be washed and used again.

mydrap home and hospitality ranges

MYdrap is a range of reusable, washable, biodegradable and recyclable cotton or linen placemats and napkins. I really like the roll idea. There is a line designed for home usage and an hospitality range targeting restaurants, catering companies and airlines.

MYdrap is available in 17 colors. The neutrals are made with linen. The brighter colors are made with cotton. The napkins are available in cocktail napkins, lunch napkins and dinner napkins. RollPack UK is the distributor in United Kingdom while Virages introduced the collection in France this summer. At this point, MYdrap seems to have no intention to cross the Atlantic. I would have like to try them.

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  • Lex
    July 9, 2009 at 12:06

    That is SUPER cool. Both linen & cotton are renewable resources that renew much faster than whole trees! Besides, they are so much nicer on a table. Love that you point out they can be reused too.

  • Lucie
    May 26, 2010 at 14:52

    Bonjour Kim,

    Si tu veux toujours esseyer les napkins My Drap, nous venons de les recevoir chez Kokoon….

  • Sat
    August 16, 2010 at 17:25

    I don’t get it. What is the difference between them and regular napkins. I can rewash my napkins too. i can recycle old cotton tees and wash them. Other than being on a roll temporarily and not being inexpensive, what is the big deal?

  • Kim Vallee
    August 16, 2010 at 17:36

    Sat, the difference is the convenience of being on a roll for the initial usage. I can imagine many situations where that could be more handy such as storage or if I wish to bring all the napkins and placemats for a big outdoor event.

  • Tona Jackson
    May 30, 2011 at 14:08

    Where in the u.s.a can I buy them?