The feel of cardboard in my hands around a fresh, hot cup of coffee reminds me that advances in coffee serving technology have been slow. Utilizing a forest material that is uncomfortable in my hands and usually ends up being discarded because it fails to perform is the norm. Cup sleeves made of cardboard are by far the most inexpensive part of my coffee experience, but the one I spend the most time touching. Cardboard coffee cup sleeves feel like a stiff box that wont open. There is no warmth, comfort or value to the cardboard sleeve. The cardboard cup sleeve barley works on a hot cup and fails on a cold cup. When I buy a beverage from my usual café, I am disappointed that in order to save a few cents on each beverage, my Café serves their beverages with a cardboard cup sleeve that is ineffectual.
The beverage the Café serves is great; the cup nice, but the hand protection is worthless. Café’s will double cup, use wrap around napkins and try to present their work of love and labor nicely. All that work is lost on the first touch, yuck, stiff cardboard. Then the cardboard cup sleeve falls off, and then is twists as I am trying to drink, and then it falls off again. Will someone please make a product to solve this problem???
Yes there is a solution. Try a Sleeve Right cup sleeve, it is made of a non-woven fiber, lined with cotton and the exterior feels like your bed blanket at home. It grips the cup, provides thermal protection for your hands, absorbs moisture away from your hands from a cold cup and provides a real solution. SleeveRight does not feel like cardboard, act like cardboard or work like cardboard. It feels nice, fits the cup, provides your hand with a great grip and really works. Sleeve Right costs a few cents more but provides a value to each and every customer. A cup sleeve by SleeveRight eliminates the waste of double cupping, extra napkins, and sleeves falling off of cups. Now when your Café serves you a beverage it feels right and works right, that’s why it’s Sleeve Right. Now I am a happy customer.