Paper napkins are similarly made just like paper towels, but they are less durable and are more harsher to the skin. The main ingredients are wood, plant and cellulose fibers.
Air-laid paper is a textile-like material categorized as a nonwoven fabric made from fluff pulp.
Compared with normal wet-laid paper and tissue, air-laid paper is very bulky, porous and soft.
It has good water absorption properties and is much stronger compared with normal tissue.
Main characteristics are: Soft, does not scratch, Non-linting, no dust, no static strong, even when wet, can be rinsed and reused.
Clean, hygienic, can be sterilized.Textile-like surface and drape. Can be dyed, printed, embossed, coated and made solvent resistant.