Scott® Bathroom Tissues
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When I first learned that these were "tube free", my immediate thought was , "Oh no! How will we make all those cool crafts!?" Once I got passed that, I went off to research just how many trees we would be saving. I know that anything we can do to protect our environment is a good thing, so at what cost? My researched showed that each tree can make 2500 tubes for toilet paper rolls. Personally, I would prefer the 40 foot pine tree!
"How much toilet paper does a tree make? A nice solid 40 foot pine or fir tree that is 18 inches wide from root to top will make about 2,500 rolls at 1/2 pound weight each. More or less."
So, we then had to put it to the test! How is this going to fit on the roller? Well, the answer can be seen in the pictures that I have taken. It does work, but it slows the spin down a bit! This is GREAT if you have children or pets that are into the spinning game and wasting toilet paper. So again, we have yet another savings! We first saved a tree and now we are saving more by cutting back on all the wasted paper.
I know that some think that Scott is a bit "rougher" than some of those "soft" brands, but honestly, I grew up with Scott. It does the job and does it well. Most of all, we found it does not clog the pipes like those "soft" brands do!
Overall, a 5 star review - the product may not be for some, but it was for us!
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