We ordered this toilet paper (it’s not paper, but tissue seems wrong given its strength) in the pandemic, because they ship a whole bunch at a time, like 48 rolls. We instantly decided it was a forever product.
Made of bamboo, very strong, unbleached material.
The only downside: When I’m out, I now am pretty critical of the toilet paper.
Information from the manufacturer’s website:
A toilet paper for everybody.
After three years of research and development, we arrived at a product we’re proud of. Made entirely without trees, zero chlorine or formaldehyde, and requiring only a fraction of the water needed to produce tree paper.
Silky, soft and strong, featuring two sides—one for dabbing, one for grabbing—to keep us clean and leave no trace. We think now is the time to make the change.
Our rolls are made of FSC Certified, organically grown bamboo pulp harvested in China. Bamboo is one of the world’s fastest growing plants, capable of growing up to three feet in 24 hours. It requires little water, no fertilizer and regenerates on its own after cutting. The more regularly bamboo is harvested, the faster it grows.
We’re thrilled with the way bamboo performs in PlantPaper, both from a human health and environmental perspective—views that are always two sides of the same coin. But bamboo isn’t the be-all-and-end-all when it comes to plant materials suitable for making toilet paper. Expect ever lower-impact, more innovative sources of paper pulp in the months and years to come.