- Rolled paper towels for general-purpose cleaning and drying
- 2-ply paper absorbs better than 1-ply paper; white color
- Center-pull design feeds sheets from the center of the roll and allows one-handed dispensing
- Towels measure 8 by 10"
- Each roll has 600 towels
Green Bay Converting Paper Towel Roll, 2-Ply Center-Pull, 8" Width x 10" Length, White, 600 Sheets per Roll (Pack of 6)
|Price:||$25.69 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Green Bay Converting|
|Number of Items||6|
|Overall Length||10 inches|
|Overall Width||8 inches|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
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The Green Bay Converting paper towel roll is a roll of 2-ply, white, center-pull paper towels for general-purpose cleaning and drying. The 2-ply paper absorbs better than 1-ply paper, and the paper towel roll has a center-pull design to allow one-handed dispensing of towels from the roll's center, which helps reduce cross contamination. The paper towel roll comes with a core in its center that must be removed prior to loading into a standard center-pull dispenser; sheets are fed from the center of the roll. Each roll has 600 towels that measure 8 x 10 inches.
Green Bay Converting manufactures sanitary tissue products and printed packaging. The company, founded in 1999, is headquartered in Green Bay, WI.
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YOU CAN'T PULL JUST ONE SHEET WITH THESE PAPER TOWELS AND I'M SORRY TO SAY I HAVE TWO CASE OF THEM!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The produce works. I especially like the price. We have tried many other towels and found this to be one of the better paper towels.Published 9 months ago by William Barney
These fit and work perfectly in GP center-pull fixtures .Towels are very thin, which means more towels are used to get the job done...Published on February 5, 2013 by Enlightened