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    Quilton here.

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    Sorbent, Quilton and Kleenex only. And it goes on the holder with the paper on the outside.

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    recycled.

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    Very picky. Nothing under 3 ply here! Lol

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    Has to be soft and a thick ply- like Kleenex cottonelle, quilton etc

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    Sorbent allergenic here, anything else doesn't *cough* agree with me

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTiggyWinkle View Post
    Sorbent allergenic here, anything else doesn't *cough* agree with me
    They do an allergenic toilet paper? thankyou I think I may just investigate that one

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    The only one that doesnt give me thrush, is homebrand 2 ply.

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    Yes, it has to be Quilton Double Length rolls. I like not having to change the roll as often.

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    No, I am cheap. I buy what I can get cheaply.

    I love the Aldi ones that are like 3 ply and about $4 for 12 rolls. Only cos they're cheap... no other reason. lol.

    The only toilet paper I don't like is that really hard stuff you get in beach toilets or whatever where it comes out per sheet and has a texture kind of like baking paper. lol. I hate that crap. Or 1 ply. Otherwise I don't care.


 

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