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Angel Soft, Double Rolls, [4 Rolls*12 Pack] = 48 Total Count

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48 Rolls
  • 48 Double Rolls = 96 Regular Rolls
  • 2-ply with SoftShield Layers
  • 264 sheets per roll
  • Packaged in an easy-to-open box
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Flushable, septic-safe, and unscented
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Product Description

Style: White | Size: 48 Rolls

All the Softness you Want, all the Strength you Need, all at a Value You Love.
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What makes Angel Soft bath tissue a good value?

An Ideal Balance of Softness and Strength. Two SoftShield layers help it hold up. It’s a smart choice for your family and budget.

Toilet Tissue Through the Ages
  • Ancient Rome- All public toilets had a stick with a sponge attached to its end that soaked in a bucket of brine so citizens could have a tool to freshen up with.
  • China Around 1391 AD- The Bureau of Imperial Supplies began producing 720,000 sheets of toilet paper per year. Each sheet measured two feet by three feet!
  • Viking Age- During this time, people would freshen up with discarded sheep's wool.
  • Late Middle Ages- The French invented the bidet for proper cleansing.
  • 1700s- Colonial Americans used corncobs to cleanse with. However, once newspapers became commonplace, people used the newspaper after they had finished reading it.
  • 1880- The first actual paper produced for freshening up with was in England. The individual squares were sold in boxes, not rolls.
  • 1902- Northern Paper Mills introduces Northern Tissue, made at the Green Bay East Mill in Wisconsin.
  • 1920s- Northern Mills introduced toilet tissue on a roll.
  • 1973- The Great Toilet Paper Shortage occurred in 1973, after a popular evening talk show host made a joke that there was an acute shortage of toilet paper in the United States. The next morning, 20 million viewers bought up all the toilet paper they could find. By noon that day, most stores were out of toilet paper.
  • 1987- Angel Soft is first launched in the United States.
  • 2012- Angel Soft made with SoftShield layers.
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Introducing Angel Soft facial tissue.

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.

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FAQ

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.


Product Details

Style Name: White | Size: 48 Rolls
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 14.3 x 16.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B009EQ3MBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,273 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Very soft yet sturdy enough to do good job of getting you clean.
Carolyn Lee
I love that I never have to go to the store/ I just shows up at my door be for I run out.
Jennifer Juhasz
I stopped buying toilet paper at the grocery store, this deal saves me a lot of money.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

298 of 322 people found the following review helpful By philyodaddy on April 7, 2013
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 40 Rolls Verified Purchase
Hey, yo... When I was in my early 20s, a girlfriend broke up with me because I was using the single-ply variety of toilet paper in a cost-saving measure. Living in New York City is very expensive. I learned an important lesson, you gotta step up your poop game. Take that S--- seriously. Pun intended. At a cost of $0.47/double roll, the Angel Soft Double Rolls (I purchased the 40-pack) this is a good way to step your game up on the cheap.

I did extensive product testing comparing to the more expensive Charmin Ultra Strong Toilet Paper, Double Rolls, 40 Count. I use the restroom frequently, so I figured myself to be the perfect test subject. Below:

Price: Angel Soft: $0.47. Charmin: $.71. If I had a quarter for every time I bought cheaper toilet paper... Oh wait I do, so that is a total of $.24 x 40 = $9.60. Almost enough to buy something useful like an Admiral Ackbar action figure.

Softness: Angel Soft: 9/10. Charmin 8.5/10. Angel Soft with a shocking Wichita State-style upset here. The champion of crap has been dethroned

Toughness/Resiliency: Angel Soft - 4/10. Charmin 8.5/10. This is the big weak point for the Angel Soft. Really can not stand up to daily use.

Those are the only categories I could think of to judge Toilet Paper in. In all, it is a solid, if unspectacular product. I don't know how long it will take me to finish 40 rolls of toilet paper, but I can assure all my faithful readers that Stacie is very excited to have such a plethora of supplies. Doomsday Preppers here I come!
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Marty Gillis TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 22, 2013
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 48 Rolls
Bought this 48 Count package of Angel Soft to stock up. I have been using this brand for years now, usually purchasing it at the local Red Bulls Eye store. I have to say here and now that this particular shipment of TP seems to have a slightly lower quality overall.

The paper itself seems a bit more “post consumer”, and has a different feel and look to it. Not as soft as the same brand bought in my local Bulls Eye or Wally World stores. Not sure why that is, but we all know when our TP is different.

I may be wrong here, but it leads me to believe perhaps it IS different from the stuff allocated to the larger chain stores. It also smells different. (no joke and I am talking PRE use here ok? ) Basically this reminds me of the Costco branded Campbell's soups which are slightly watered down versions of their regular soups.

Just to see, I went and got a 24 pack to compare it with this lot and there WAS a difference. (also, you don’t get as much per roll for some reason) This will be my first and last time purchasing this particular item online.
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59 of 65 people found the following review helpful By siberianpeachpie on October 13, 2013
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 48 Rolls Verified Purchase
We have used this brand for years; used to purchase from the grocery store, then have subscribed to Amazon for last 5-6 months or so instead. The product itself stinks very badly in the September shipment only. And I still have so much of it. I notice every time I put the tissue to my face to blow my nose or blot make-up. It is very unpleasant, and intolerable. The product is not musty or does not seem water damaged, etc after packaging. Instead the odor seems inherent to the product, as the smell occurs with all rolls, and throughout use of the entire roll. Perhaps it was just an anomaly with this shipment. So we will continue with November shipment to see if corrected. If it is not, we will not order this product ever again. I hope the manufacturer is not "pawning off" inferior product to Amazon customers in bulk.

A secondary issue is also occurring: the size of the "double" rolls is diminishing over time. I thought I was imagining this, but I've compared rolls from a year ago to six months ago to Sep shipment. And the reduction in size is easily seen and measured. This is kind of insulting, but maybe is just an inevitable sign of the times with all manufacturers? Very disappointing anyway.

For both of these issues - I blame Georgia Pacific, not Amazon. But want you to be aware. Frankly, I just don't want to spend this much time thinking about toilet paper. :)
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54 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Becky Loughridge on March 1, 2013
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 48 Rolls Verified Purchase
Double rolls are actually smaller than Costco rolls. Total square footage was much smaller overall. It is soft, but not such a great bargain.
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Anon on January 9, 2013
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 48 Rolls Verified Purchase
These "double" rolls are smaller than normal double rolls. Changed my subscription to another toilet tissue brand. Will not be ordering this again.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jay on February 4, 2014
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 48 Rolls Verified Purchase
Rolls are really small. Paper quality is ordinary. I am not happy with this product. And, I don't think I would buy this product again.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Kita on February 4, 2014
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 48 Rolls Verified Purchase
One roll lasts about two days in a home with 3 people. A pack of 48 rolls from Costco will last me three months. At this rate, the Angel Soft "double rolls" will only last me a month or two. Bummer...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Big Poot on March 13, 2014
Style Name: WhiteSize Name: 48 Rolls
After years of working in higher education, my cheeks have endured every cheap variety of "bathroom tissue" on the market. I often wonder who the jack-wagon who orders these cheap products is, because I'd like to slap the self-loathing right out of him (or her). I want to say to this sad little person, "Do you hate yourself as well as everybody on this campus? Don't you also wipe your tuches? Are you calloused around the posterior and this sandpaper is your method of exfoliation?" For years, on every campus, I have endured this rectal torture device.

Thank the heavens I had Angel Soft waiting for me at home. Reasonably priced, and as soft as Cupid's sweet cheeks, I always buy it in bulk. I don't order it through Amazon, though. I proudly buy the largest bundle I can find from my local Target and hoist it high on my head like an African water-bearer, so that everyone can see the care with which I treat my tenderest area. Once these angels descended into my life, and I finally saw the light, I realized that I no longer had to cheese grate my dirty bum every time nature called in the workplace. I installed a special pocket on my leather book satchel, tailor made for my personal roll of Angel Soft. Now, the angels protect my bottom everywhere I go. No more sandpaper for me. Take that, toiletry-purchaser, whoever you are, you joyless bloody-bottomed punisher of bums.
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