Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 136
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed6 Not the same
I used to LOVE Bounty Quilted Napkins and recommended them to everyone. Unfortunately, something has changed. Their quality is not the same. They seem closer to the less expensive store brands. The most annoying problem is that they now stick together, meaning that when you pull one out of your napkin holder, it sticks to the next one and pulls it out with it. This never happened before.
I never minded paying a little more for Bounty Quilted Napkins, because the quality was so much better than the others. I am disappointed that their "formula" has obviously changed, and hope that the makers will choose to go back to the way they were!
February 8, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by kkcb These are SO thin
These napkins are So thin. Cannot put them in typical stand up napkin holder. It you pull one out, you also get the first sheet of the next one. I HATE them and will ensure I NEVER buy these again...
January 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vivsay My students love the seasonal prints
I teach homemaking and enjoy celebrating the changing of the seasons with my students. They always Ooo! and Ahh! each time they see your new seasonal print napkins. How many times a year do you change the print? Just wondering because I would like to be sure to restock before the latest ones are all gone
December 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WandaJune Survived a wash cycle in one piece!
I discovered that I'd washed my pants with a BOUNTY napkin in one pocket ... but no shredded mess and no worries. I pulled it out and used it to wipe my kitchen counter. You should put this in one of your commercials.
December 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bountylover14 I love Bounty napkins for the designs.
I love Bounty napkins -especially the seasonal ones with appropriate designs. It's fun to have special napkins for daily use, not just for special occasions.
December 12, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Amos Color of print napkins transfers when wet
I recently bought a "Select Prints" version because the colors would go with my kitchen.
However, when wet, the blue-green color comes off - on hands, tablecloths, counter tops - everywhere it touches turns blue-green.
So, you cannot use this napkin as a "cleaner" for after someone eats their food.
If you buy the napkins - only get the non-printed version.
(for P&G people, the number on my napkin bag is 4237U011N41422 if you think this is unusual).
November 15, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Christine624 Why do they stick together??
I've used Bounty napkins since they went on the market. I pay more per napkin than I would for other brands because the quality of the paper and the absorbency is better. What has happened? Now, when I pull out one napkin, it sticks to the one next to it. This sticking together bothers me more than that the paper is thinner and not as absorbent.
This is certainly a "first world problem," and I can easily buy cheaper napkins that won't stick together. Just thought I'd get online and see if others had the same experience, and then I found this opportunity to write a review. So I did, in the hopes that the company will fix the "sticking together" problem.
July 12, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Lizrox One big problem
I have been buying this product for years, going out of my way to find this brand and happy to pay a little more for it. But the product has changed! These newer and not improved napkins stick to each other when taking them out of my napkin holder. Its annoying because you end up grabbing more napkins then you need! Not a savings! Seems like you have reformulated this product to save money? Please go back to what you had before. I and likely all the others with this same complaint, would likely pay the few cents more to go back to what was once a great paper napkin!
August 26, 2014