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Color:Sage Stripe

The Marko Soft Weave cloth dinner napkin by Carlisle adds a touch of elegance to any dining experience. Designed to stand up to demanding foodservice environments like restaurants, catering and casual dining, these cloth bistro napkins add class to home dining as well.

Made from 100% Soft Weave polyester fabric, these napkins are designed to offer a soft feel, exceptional soil release and minimal shrinkage. The colorfast fabric can be bleached and colors won’t run unlike competing napkins. The material is starch able to allow for elegant napkin folds.

Marko bistro napkins are machine washable and designed to endure daily usage in a commercial foodservice environment. The specially engineered fabric requires a wash temperature of only 120 F and half the detergent to effectively release soils.

Marko napkins by Carlisle are pre-cut 18” x 22” with a hemmed edge resistant to fraying.


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