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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Like most families, we are always on the lookout for items that meet the qualifications
of both being soft enough to not be uncomfortable, but not shredding soft, all while
not costing an arm and a leg. (I'm sorry, but there is NO toilet paper worth $1/roll!)

I haven't used Northern in YEARS. We are pretty much Cottonelle folks, finding Angel Soft nice
but too lacy-when-wet. Cottonelle seems to be having consistency problems lately, and I've
been trying out others to find a happy medium ground.

So, I tried this one. I can't get to the store as often as I might like to, so I do shop online a lot.
It was a roll of the dice to buy this much of something that I hadn't tried, but we would use it
no matter how much we did or did not like it - not wasting it.

I'm happy to report that this is actually pretty decent paper.
It is soft enough to not feel like you are sanding down your parts when you wipe,
but not soft enough to leave paper evidence behind. (Let's be honest here - if you are
reading a review about toilet paper, odds are good you have been a victim of left-behind
dingleballs of paper wrapped around places you weren't planning to decorate.)

All in all, I'm happy with it, and would order it again, as long as the price range stays the same.
If it goes way up (and we all know that Amazon prices are all over the map), then I would pass.
At the current price range of around 50 cents a roll, I'll purchase again.

UPDATE:
We've been ordering this paper for quite a while now, but I've notice a couple changes in the quality of the item.
First - the paper does not seem to be as nice a quality as it used to be. I've found myself getting a little "irritated"
from the paper from time to time, and it is leaving a few little calling cards behind, which it never used to do.
Secondly, and the one I feel a little ripped off by - the rolls say double rolls, but they have been paring down the width of the rolls! I just realized it a couple weeks ago, when I realized how much room there was on the TP roller when these rolls are on there. They MIGHT be technically a double roll (depending ENTIRELY on the company's definition of double), but they are SHORT little rolls. We have been going through about a roll a day, with four adults in the house, two of whom are male and don't use TP for most of their trips. There seems to be so little paper on the roll that we are going through it faster than we used to. We aren't living on the potty - the rolls simply have less paper on them than they did before. Mind you - the company will probably claim a certain sheet count. I am talking about the SIZE of the rolls. I just measured one, and the rolls are only FOUR INCHES WIDE. So yes, you get 12 rolls in the package, three packages to the container. But the ROLLS are a tiny 4" wide, and you are not getting as much total paper as you might think. If they keep the price lower than other papers, then we'll likely continue to buy it. But if there is ANY sort of price increase, then this package of short rolls will no longer be part of our shopping. Sort of like how mfgs keep shaving ounces off jarred foods, these rolls are definitely shorter than your average TP roll.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on March 23, 2015
We live in a rural area and are on a septic system. We have 2.5 bathrooms and have had up to a family of six living in our house; 2 of them with digestive/bowel issues. This is my standard toilet paper. I have used many brands of toilet paper throughout the years; including Charmin, Cottonelle, Scott, Seventh Generation, store brands, etc. I settle on Quilted Northern as my favorite years ago. However, I find the Northern Ultra Plush to be too much for our toilets/septic system. We would have more clogged toilets when using that brand. I have completely settled on Quilted Northern Ultra Soft and Strong as the best option for ultimate comfort and cleanliness as well as toilet/septic friendly.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on May 8, 2014
Helps me to avoid walking thru the grocery stores with a cart full of stuff. Gets delivered to the door, saves time and money. Wuality is good, doesn't break up in hands, but properly goes down the toilet without clogging.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 30, 2015
I recently tried Scott single-ply as we have flow issues and was tired of multiple flushing. Also single ply Scott doesn't feel very good. Some here say Quilted Northern feels like sandpaper. Well I don't know what sandpaper would feel like, but Scott single ply was rough, but for $15 for 36 rolls delivered what do you expect?..??

However Quilted Northern 3ply was a bit much, the 2ply is perfect, just in the middle. Many reasons for paper not to go down, one is hard water stains, if the bowl is smooth (use a good cleaner to remove hard water deposits) it disappears quickly. These rolls may seem small, however if its 196 sheet count and 2 ply, its really 392 sheets per roll. I can get thru my business 450 sheet 2 ply any brand, but it wont fit on domestic holders.

the reason the package seems small, is they vacuum seal it before putting it in plastic, so it ships smaller, which saves the consumer money. I didn't feel the need to add a photo of the box it came in, as the box photo is already in the main headline photos. I will include a photo of the TP, just so you can see it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 21, 2015
Clogged the toilet a couple times...but it is quite pleasant on the ol' starfish.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I think I still prefer Costco’s Kirkland brand for toilet paper because it’s a little tougher but this is really soft. Just the right size too.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on October 2, 2013
This paper is soft, it doesn't fall apart while you use it and it doesn't plug up your toilet.
This is the only brand we use.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on November 13, 2013
I was very excited about this product, especially for the price, however when it arrived the rolls seem very small and the toilet paper is too soft and leaves a lot of toilet paper behind. It is especially difficult for my kids to use.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 6, 2014
Excellent Quality Tissue.They really perform well and met what they claim.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 25, 2013
For what is available these days, it's not a bad price. I looked at a bunch of the items on Amazon and this was one of the better priced options. It arrived when promised via FedEx, Ordering it this way, even if it's close to what I would pay at a local store, is just easier and it saves me time from going to the stores and saves me money on gas which keeps on going higher and higher. For those of you who are looking to buy your paper goods from Amazon, do what I did....do your homework. Meaning read this details of the items. Because I found some items being sold from sellers other than Amazon or those with very high ratings had prices that didn't make sense or that didn't match what was being sold. Just for example there was a seller that had toilet paper on the site for something like 36 rolls for 9.00. Sounds like a wonderful deal. Picture looked great!!! Then I zoomed in on it and on the wrapper it was only 1-ply and like 20 sheets to a roll(exaggeration....but you get my point) they weren't normal rolls. Anyways, just read before you buy. If you do, you can find great deals on here. I am starting to love Amazon!!!!
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