Airlaid is similar to a fabric material categorised as a non-woven fabric, manufactured with at least 85% wood pulp and natural latex. In contrast to ordinary paper manufacture, Airlaid does not use water as a transport medium for the fibres. The fibres are transported through the air to form the paper structure. Airlaid structure is isotropic.
The result is a material of high thickness with outstanding resistance, high liquid absorption capacity and a very pleasant feel.
Airlaid can be considered as a natural substitute for fabric tablecloths and serviettes.