Seventh Generation Bathroom Tissue, 1-Ply Sheets, 1000 Sheet Roll (Pack of 48)
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Made of 100-percent recycled paper (minimum 80-percent post-consumer)
- Whitened with an environmentally-safe process
- Free of dyes, inks, and fragrances
- One-ply bathroom tissue is soft and strong, safe for septic systems and ideal for low-flow toilets
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Top Customer Reviews
Seventh Generation toilet tissue provides one with just the right amount of wiping power for those solid soiled messes that toilet paper was designed to wipe. *dare u to discsuss this subject in an inoffensive to the amazon.com gods sensabilities*
It has just the right amount of scratchiness to discourage handfuls of pleasure by toddlers as well as teenage girls needing a little makeup removal. *tp consumption in the household has reduced dramatically since it is no longer used for makeup removal, extra padding, kleenex, and whatever else it is that toddlers seem to find to do with a roll in 5 minutes*
It is one ply and will save the "head plunger of the home" from having to plunge after every flush with the only use a gallon or less of water toilets.
*that is me and I am enjoying the break, but it still handles those...particularly odiforous pungent deposits without leaving any tell tale reminders in ones garments*
It has just the right amount of absorbancy for the more frontal wiping needs. *blinks*
A case of TP lasts about 2 months in a household with 4 bathrooms and twice as many people.
I would recommend the purchase, you are saving the environment, you are reducing fossil fuels by having it delivered, the wrapping paper that 7th generation comes in composts quickly in the heap; the cardboard box is just the right size for raised bed veggie gardening and by end of season will be sufficently deteriorated to be turned over and tossed in a new box for the following season.
Ok that is about as much as I can say without using the word....or... or...or...or....Read more ›
This bath tissue is made of completely recycled paper--80% of which is post consumer material! Great! All this DOES reduce pollution, just as they advertise on the wrapping of the roll of toilet paper. The wrapping is great and the bath tissue is whitened without using bleach. I am very impressed. Predictably, this bath tissue is not just kinder to Mother Nature; it's easier on those of us who are sensitive to scents. It is hypoallergenic; and it is perfectly safe for toilet and septic systems just as Amazon notes above. Of course, there's always a limit to how much paper will go in one single flush down the toilet; but most people have an intuitive sense about this so it shouldn't be a problem.
Of course, bath tissue never "goes stale," so if you catch a sale on this product stock up on it! The rolls can be stored in the package they come in; or you can store the rolls individually in various places throughout your home where they will be needed.
Unfortunately, there are three concerns. First, Seventh Generation bath tissue is comparatively expensive to most other brands of bath tissue. People on a budget may simply not be able to afford this product. Second, some people will protest the feel of this paper since, as I wrote above, it's not exactly Charmin soft. Third, this paper is also too thin for some people's tastes; one ply toilet tissue can mean that you wind up using more to do the same job. I'll take off two stars for these issues even though I personally like this product. I know that in time Seventh Generation will figure out a way to make this bath tissue stronger, softer--and cheaper.
I also recommend the facial tissue. It is stronger than Kleenex, and works just as well.
We're using it, but I will be glad to see it go so I can get the 2-ply again. I would gladly sacrifice a little comfort for what is hopefully a more environmentally friendly product. This version, however, just isn't usable.
If you are considering this, I strongly recommend the 2-ply instead.
If you are likely to have to deal with lots of moisture of ANY type (you know who you are...), you're likely to end up with sodden shreds of this TP in your messy fingers. Especially inconvenient if one is, say, over-nighting in an environmentally-sensitive facility with primitive plumbing, or dealing with the vagaries of female plumbing. This tissue has NO wet strength at all. (Adding a second layer apparently adds a lot of strength, and I find that 3 to 5 squares of 2-ply works better than three or four times as many squares of single-ply. Double up and use less!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It used to be good tp, but now it has become so flimsy that it balls up and you need tons of it to do the job properly.Published on January 26, 2014 by Carol K
I hope 7th Gen never stops making this paper. there is not another one like it on the market. Scott single ply is the closest, more expensive, and heavier. Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by Zinziber Tea
Nobody wants to live without toilet paper - but who really needs it to be processed like stationary before you use it? Not me! Read morePublished on August 6, 2012 by izzy100
reminds me of the old Scott's tissue. single ply, lasts forever. Not very soft. Super economical but not what you want in the guest bathroom. Read morePublished on July 25, 2012 by K. Miller
I have my own children and I run preschools, and we go through a LOT of toilet paper. I tried this single ply paper, that is made from recycled fibers and what a savings! Read morePublished on June 9, 2012 by Tara
Yes, this toilet paper is thin, but it is 1-ply. If you want something thicker, there is 2-ply. I think it's just fine and am happy that it is recycled. Read morePublished on April 28, 2012 by kATIE
The dollar store sells toilet paper (Marcal) for $0.59 per roll, so it is less than this even with the subscription discount. I just grab a giant package. Read morePublished on October 31, 2011 by Chloe Sowers
Experience: about 1 year
Pros: a roll lasts for a long time, no plastic in the packaging, earth-friendly product, strong paper and soft enough. Read more
If you use and like Scott's 1000 sheets, and would like to switch to more environmentally friendly type, then this is it for you. Read morePublished on September 26, 2011 by Kay M