Can we talk 'Water Closet' Tissue?
I know, I know. What a subject! But really, this is life changing for me. Please share you success with choosing the "right" tissue.
My situation is this: we have five commodes. When I purchase TP tissue, it's an event. I usually buy at least two huge packs at Sam's Club and store as much as we can under each counter. I don't like buying bulky items anyway. The operators of these vessels are wasteful. The most success for the masses with the least complaints about itching or fragrance problems or 'residual' residue has been Scott Tissue, single panel, 1,000 sheets per roll brand. This has been the tissue of choice for many, many years now. I also like not having to change a roll every 16 hours. This stuff in the past has been great.
Well, the company has changed the product. It's no longer smooth, it's now 'embossed' and much thinner; it begins disintegrating upon contact of moisture. It's like RV TP tissue. I hate it. I just hate it. My kiddos hate it. Even DH who doesn't usually give a care about such things as TP tissue hates it, too.
I've called the company and they took down the number inside the TP roll. The representative admitted they have "changed their machines", but its more than that. I know. This is worse than using the cheap Pom-Pom paper you can buy in bulk.
What I donÂt know is what weÂre going to use next, any suggestions? We have posteriors sensitive to fragrance, so it has to be perfume free.
Thank you for suffering through our dilemma.