50 Fantastic Uses For NEATsheets!

When NEATsheets were launched, our original intent was to create a better option when eating in the car. A filmsy napkin or the ripped open paper bag just did not cut and we were motivated to develop a much better solution so that every meal in a car was not adventure in avoiding unnecessary spills and stains. Thanks to you, here is a list of 50 fantastic uses for NEATsheets....and growing!

  • Taco Tuesdays
  • Pasta Family Dinners
  • Takeout & Delivery Meals
  • Friday Night Movie Dinner On The Couch 
  • All Dressed Up for Play Practice And Need Make-Up Or A Snack
  • Backyard Barbecues
  • Drinking Coffee On-The-Go
Man drinking coffee in the car wearing a Grey Dot NEATsheet.

  • Carpooling Snacking Kids To After-School Events
  • Road Trips
  • Lobster Boils
  • Crab Bakes
  • Picnics
  • Lunch At The Desk 
  • Office Lunches With Clients
  • Sanitary Layer Between The Baby & Changing Table
  • Placemat During Meals
  • Food Truck Lunches
  • Super Bowl Sunday Parties
  • July 4th Party
  • Pumpkin Carving
  • Under The Dog Or Cat Bowl
  • Under The Birdcage
  • Tailgating
  • Weddings
  • Wedding Guest Gift Bags
  • BBQ Festivals
  • Placemat During Meals
  • Catering
  • Caregiving
  • When You Are Rushing Between Clients & Need a Bite
  • When Taking Medications
  • Air Travel
  • When Applying Make-Up
  • Table Tray Cover
  • Ice Cream
  • When You Are Painting Your Nails
  • Commuting To Work
  • Christmas Stocking Stuffer
  • For Dental Work
  • For Tattooing
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Father’s & Mother’s Day Gifts
  • Headrest Cover On Plane, Train, or Bus
  • Meal Prep*
  • Eating During A Round Of Golf
  • When Having Salad Or Soup
  • Breakfast in Bed
  • When the Grandkids Come To Visit
  • Making & Decorating Cookies With Kids*
  • When Entertaining
  • Anytime You Want to Keep it NEAT
    (*Never use NEATsheets near an open flame)

To order today, go to: https://myneatgoods.com/collections/neatsheets

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1 comment

Neat sheets would be perfect for eating on a flight.

Lori Lowery

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