• Sale -10% Chicken Wire Salt Pepper and Napkin Caddy

    Colonial Tin Works Chicken Wire Salt Pepper and Napkin Caddy

    Brand: Colonial Tin Works Color: One Color Features: Features chicken wire on all sides. Includes mason jar shakers. 8" wide and 6" tall. Napkins and spices not included. Binding: Kitchen Details: Includes mason jar shakers. Features chicken wire on all sides. 8¼" wide and 6½" tall. EAN: 0793842101683 Package Dimensions: 8.6 x 6.9 x 5.2 inches

    $ 86.99$ 78.49

Napkin Caddies are a bar and restaurant essential. They keep the napkins in a neat and accessible spot for customers to use. You can place cloth or paper napkins in the caddy, depending on your preference.

Acrylic Vs. Metal Napkin Caddies

Acrylic Napkin Caddies. Acrylic is a strong and durable plastic material used for various items. They can be as strong as glass but lighter, but they can be vulnerable to scratch and finger marks from customers.

If you’re looking for something affordable, acrylic napkin caddies can definitely save you some bucks.

Metal Napkin Caddies. Metal frames are stronger than plastic material. They can come in different designs, and the sturdy heavy frame ensures stability. But metal frames can be prone to rust if exposed to moisture.

It does come in different and intricate designs that can work their way into any theme for your bar. Designs like chicken wire can go well with a farm-themed bar, while vintage designs are excellent for classic bars.

Paper Vs. Cloth Napkins

  • Usage

Paper napkins can only be used once since they can disintegrate when they’re wet. Cloth napkins can be used multiple times. They’re made of durable material that will take a long time to destroy.

  • Material

Paper napkins can be made from recycled paper or trees. Unfortunately, these use 24.5 gallons of water, produce napkins, and release about 7.5 pounds of greenhouse gases.

Cloth napkins can be made from cotton, fiber, and linen. Cotton and linen require 43.3 and 8.9 gallons of water to produce, respectively. In addition, it releases 3.9 and 1.9 pounds of greenhouse gases.

  • Recyclable

Paper napkins are biodegradable. You can have them recycled, but you can’t reuse them for your bar or restaurant. Cloth napkins can be washed and used multiple times. They’re also people who are making better napkins that require less water to produce.

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