How do you separate a three ply napkin?

by Hal31389482
  5 answers
  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Jul 06, 2018

    Usually, if you rub them between your fingers at the edge, they will start to separate.

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    • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Jul 08, 2018

      Some are stuck together more than others. Try dampening your fingers, and gently working them apart. Hope that helps.

  • Betsy Betsy on Jul 06, 2018
    Hi Hal: If they are paper napkins, just moisten your fingers and grab one edge at the corner and pull very lightly and slowly. You might try to iron them on the dry setting, and see if they come apart that way. It's a tedious job, but it can be done:)

    • Hal31389482 Hal31389482 on Jul 07, 2018
      Thank you, I will try the iron suggestion because it is one I have never heard before and maybe it will be the one that works

  • Shuganne Shuganne on Jul 06, 2018
    I would try something a little bit sticky, like a pencil eraser in each hand, and gently pulling on the bottom layers.

    • Hal31389482 Hal31389482 on Jul 07, 2018
      Thank you, I will try the eraser suggestion I am at the stage of pulling my hair out LOL but maybe I can get it done now with all the great suggestions I have gotten here

  • Betsy Betsy on Jul 09, 2018

    I hope so. I'm thinking you're going to mod podge something:) Another thing you might try is to gently rub the plys together like you would if you're opening a plastic bag, or look for an area where there is an air pocket and maybe sticking a chop stick into it and wiggling it around, gently again, and separate it that way. This is a grueling task:)

  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on Sep 22, 2021

    Hi there, dampen your finger a tiny bit and rub it gently on the front corner of the napkins. The lop layer should stick to your finger and you can peal it off gently.