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An Ideal Balance of Softness and Strength. Two SoftShield layers help it hold up. It’s a smart choice for your family and budget.
Angel Soft facial tissue gives you heavenly quality at a heavenly value. It’s the softness and strength you trust at a price you’ve been looking for. Available in lotion and non-lotion.
Is the wrapper on Angel Soft Bath Tissue recyclable?
The plastic wrapper has a resin identification number of four. Please check with your local recycling facility to determine if these materials are recycled in your area.
Is Angel Soft Bath Tissue septic/ sewer safe?
All bath tissue products manufactured by Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products LP are acceptable for use in standard sewer and septic systems.
Do you make Angel Soft Bath Tissue with aloe?
No, Angel Soft bath tissue is manufactured from only pulp fiber, with no additives.
When was Angel Soft Bath Tissue first introduced into the marketplace?
Angel Soft bath tissue was introduced in 1987.
Style Name: White | Size: 48 Rolls
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Toilet paper for days! Great price great quantity. We just get one of these every time we're about to run out of toilet paper and we have enough for months lolPublished 12 hours ago by Cricket Sosa
hard like wood, its a big lie in the description "soft" now i am stuck with this since i bought 48 rolls....Published 18 hours ago by M.S.
Great toilet paper, very soft and cushy. Better than 1 ply, as I find you can use less. Good price, and the best part is it's delivered. Five people = one case per month. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by P. A. Pond
With a household of 9, and 7 being female.. we got through a lot of TP. The 48 roll pack is convenient and saves money. We love the angel soft and it doesnt harm our septic system. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Susan Mello
I usually stock up on Costco's Kirkland TP, cause they're the most cost/quality efficient. But Costco requires a trip... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Linh Nguyen