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Scott Bath Tissue, White, 20-Count Packages (Pack of 2)

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  • Pack of two 20-count packages of white bathroom tissue (40 total rolls)
  • Contains 1000 one-ply sheets per roll
  • Giving you five times more sheets than most other brands' regular rolls, it lasts and lasts, making it a value that you and your family can count on
  • Septic Safe
  • SCOTT Tissue dissolves four times faster than the leading bath tissue – clearing your pipes quicker!
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Scott Bath Tissue, White, 20-Count Packages (Pack of 2)

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  • Shipping Weight: 16.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000E1PIV6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,597 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

If you can catch a sale on this item and you like it, stock up!
Matthew G. Sherwin
The large bulk item is great, because you don't have to fill your shopping cart at the store with toilet paper...
Jennifer Miller
Do you really think consumers are so stupid that this move would go unnoticed?
tatcol

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Eclectic Galaxie on December 22, 2010
Sad to say, Scott toilet paper has been downgraded and is no longer a premium product, it just still has its premium price. A premium product is meant to offer a choice for the consumer who would rather spend a little more to get something better. Scott has done a "me too" downsizing on their toilet tissue to 4.1", "to align it with the market" or some such nonsense (this is what their own reps say). The purpose of a PREMIUM product is not to be aligned with everybody else on the market, it is to be better. Sadly, Scott toilet tissue is no longer better and is not worth the extra money. Like Maytag, they just continue to label their product with the name even though what's behind the label is me-too. This product is not deserving of the Scott name when it won't even fit in many toilet paper dispensers.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By tatcol on November 20, 2010
It seems that, in order to maintain 1000 sheets per roll, Scott has lopped a half inch or so from the width of the sheets. Do you really think consumers are so stupid that this move would go unnoticed? I've been buying Scott tissue for years, but will be changing to a company that doesn't take such a dishonest approach to raising prices.
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Scott makes a great toilet tissue: it seems that I get longer use out of a roll than when I tried other brands such as Charmin. The roll is thick but it's easy to store in the 20 roll plastic bag it comes in or you can unpack the twenty rolls and store them in various bathrooms or closets around your home.

As at least one other reviewer has noted, there is a slight trick to starting the roll. The actual roll of toilet tissue comes wrapped in paper. Therefore you first unwrap the roll of toilet paper; and when you unwrap that roll, the first few sheets of the toilet paper are stuck to the rest of the roll by a very mild glue. Nevertheless, I have had to carefully examine the darn thing to decide where the roll begins and where to pull away the first few sheets of toilet tissue. Ay!

On the bright side, however, this toilet tissue is easy on your toilet pipes and I've never had a clog. Don't use too much or you WILL get a clogged toilet--but you'll be able to use it well intuitively.

Naturally toilet paper never "goes stale" or "wears out." If you can catch a sale on this item and you like it, stock up!

The only real drawback which turns some people off is that the actual toilet paper itself is not as soft as some other brands--like Charmin. This is totally a matter of personal preference. I have used both and both get the job done. However, I noticed that Charmin and similar ultra soft brands seemed to go faster than Scott tissue did. Scott is not too rough for me; but I will take off one star because of this issue to make this a four star review.

Overall, Scott toilet tissue is well worth a try, especially when you get it on sale. Try some today--I hope you are satisfied with it!
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Gal on May 22, 2011
I am 71 years old. Growing up in the 1940's and 1950's, ,my grandmothers, aunts, mother, friends' mothers etal used only Scott; I married in 1958; we used only Scott. Then, I tried all the other fancier thicker brands, only to revert back to the "top of the line".... in quality, consistency, value, comfort, no clogged pipes.... (was green a long long time ago... before we even knew what "green" meant.) Well, much to my dismay, I first noticed the width of the roll was shortened quite some time ago... (I actually thought I must have gotten in my hands "seconds"), still continued to purchase Scott (notice we, the public, don't even have to use any other word.. "the household name for women has just always been "Scott." I used to ask my husband to run to the store and pick up a roll of Scott.... with no further explanation." Then, I recently purchased my 2nd "30 roll pack" from Costco...... 1. the price had increased 2. the entire package was lighter in weight (which was a dead giveaway as to what else had occurred), the rolls look like they should bear the words "miniature" rolls to bring what used to be the best quality on the market.. down to poor quality such as most store brands. I measured a roll, it is almost 1/2 inch more narrow than the 30 roll pkg I purchased from Costco the last time. And, the first time, more than a year ago, that I noticed the roll size to be more narrow, I measured at that time, too. It was about 1/4 inch more narrow than the pkg before that. Thus, you have lessened your roll width by almost an inch. I'm with the other consumer who stated it very well " you must think we are stupid." We're not.... because we knew quality when we saw it, and quality in toilet tissue "used to be" Scott.... NO MORE!Read more ›
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By PT Cruiser TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 21, 2010
I've been using Scott Toilet paper for years and years because I hate changing the rolls all the time and with 1,000 sheets per roll it lasts a long time. Or at least it used to. When I put the first roll from the package I just purchased on the toilet paper holder, it looked like my paper holder had gotten a lot wider. There was more space on either side of the toilet paper than there was on the last roll. I checked the screws fastening it to the wall, and they hadn't been removed or changed. So I got the empty cardboard roll from the last roll that was in the wastebasket and held it next to the new roll. It shrunk by about half an inch! I checked the upstairs bathroom where we still had a half a roll of the last package, and sure enough, it was narrower.

The package still says "1000 sheets per roll" and makes no mention of the new, compact, mini size paper. No discounted price for the more "efficient" size either. I think it's time for a switch to another brand.
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