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Judi's avatar

What is the best toilet paper on the market?

Asked by Judi (40025points) October 18th, 2008

my pregnant daughter cried because they changed kleenex cottonelle and it now leaves lint. She’s hormonal and needs an alternative quick!

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17 Answers

augustlan's avatar

I like Angel Soft or Northern…neither leave lint. (I hate that, too!)

Lightlyseared's avatar

Andrex. It’s puppy soft. it’s also probably a UK brand

marinelife's avatar

Angel Soft is what I use. I like the double rolls best, because they last longer than two single rolls.

augustlan's avatar

I second Marina…use the double rolls!

SuperMouse's avatar

I am a big fan of Charmin Ultra.

figbash's avatar

I’m a big fan of Charmin with Aloe and E. It’s like gauze. You can usually get it at Target.

jvgr's avatar

Can I assume that all the above did not post on the “How to save money in this financial crisis”.

marinelife's avatar

@jvgr Look, fella, there’s the bottom line and the bottom line. Some things are necessities. Especially for a pregnant woman!

Adina1968's avatar

Angel Soft Double Rolls with Aloe & E

syz's avatar

Wow. Hormones are evil if they make you cry over toilet paper lint.

Judi's avatar

yes they are!

cookieman's avatar

I’m a big fam of Scotts. The ultra soft stuff clogs my pipes.

autumn43's avatar

Charmin Ultra. there is nothing fun or funny about TP lint! And can we have a moment of silence for Mr. Whipple who is no longer with us?

ckinyc's avatar

Charmin ultra strong all the way!

emilyrose's avatar

Seventh Generation. It’s recycled content and the company is from my hometown : )

Noel_S_Leitmotiv's avatar

Any one you dont see all over the ass of a cartoon bear cub.

GeorgeGee's avatar

It depends on your criteria. Some like it soft, some like it hard… The only thing you mentioned is lint. Scott is a very low lint brand, but it is also hard. Quilted Northern is low lint but much softer. For a broader range of consumer ratings check this site:

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