No need to take toilet paper from hotels to save money in the bathroom. The June 2012 issue of ShopSmart, published by Consumer Report’s, tested 25 toilet papers to find the best. Below I share the papers that made the honor roll.
Note that ShopSmart warns to watch out for short sheeting as it’s happening more often. To get the best deal at the store, make sure to compare unit-pricing labels.
Drum roll, please! The best TP is…
Best Toilet Paper
White Cloud 3-Ply Ultra Soft and Thick – Costs 25 cents per 100 sheets.
Quilted Northern Ultra Plush – Costs 38 cents per 100 sheets.
White Cloud Soft and Thick 2-Ply – Costs 19 cents per 100 sheets.
Kirkland Signature – Cost 12 cents per 100 sheets. Love this paper! It’s super soft and — um, keeps everything clean.
Seventh Generation – Costs 22 cents per 100 sheets.
Trader Joe’s Super Soft – Costs 19 cents per 100 sheets. I like that this paper is made from responsibly managed forests. I alternate between Costco’s brand and this TP.
The worst toilet paper was CVS’s Earth Essential. It’s super inexpensive, but it’s scratchy (don’t want that near my lady bits). It also doesn’t clean and dry well.
Let me know below how you save money on toilet paper. You don’t pull a Sheryl Crow, do you? Plus, I’d like your input on another issue regarding TP. There’s an ongoing debate in my home about the right way to hang toilet paper. I’m dying to know, which way do you hang your TP — waterfall method or underhand method (shown in photo above)?
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