Georgia-Pacific Preference 18280/01 Ply Embossed Bathroom Tissue, (WxL) 4.00" x 4.05" (Case Of 80 Rolls, 550 Sheets per Roll), White
- Delivers the softness, quick absorbency, durability and thickness patrons appreciate
- Iris floral emboss on every sheet creates a look of elegance and quality people notice
- Safe for all standard sewer and septic systems
- EPA compliant for recycled fiber content
- Sheet measures 4.05" length by 4" width
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Size: 80 Roll
From the Manufacturer
Soft, absorbent, and value-oriented, this white 2-ply bathroom tissue offers a cost-effective solution for high-traffic facilities.
Each roll is individually wrapped for increased sanitation and easy stacking in any supply closet.
EPA compliant for recycled fiber content.
Clean, upscale packaging designed to coordinate with any décor. Combine this with the Envision facial tissue for an elegant professional look.
Top Customer Reviews
Let me provide a comparison to another commercial bathroom tissue - Georgia-Pacific Angel Soft ps. Using GP's own product specifications found at http://catalog.gppro.com/catalog/6189/14351 and http://catalog.gppro.com/catalog/6189/19576, you can see that GP Angel Soft ps bathroom tissue roll is physically the same width and diameter as the GP Preference, but there are only 450 sheets in the Angel Soft ps. The same size roll of Preference contains 100 more sheets. This alone tells you that the Preference sheets are thinner than Angel Soft ps. There's really no "fluff" to the GP Preference bathroom tissue.
This bathroom tissue will get the job done, but there are undeniably more comfortable options.
A prime example of this would be say, Charmin Ultra. It's very THICK and SOFT, with an almost pillowy quality to it. However, I wouldn't call it SMOOTH because they are very heavy-handed on the embossing and quilting on the paper. It is still well-liked because it's soft and doesn't have the crinkly quality to it so the embossing doesn't make it feel as rough as if it were a less-soft paper.
Georgia Preference on the other hand is not THICK (nor pillowy), but it is both SOFT and SMOOTH. That is, is doesn't feel crinkly in your hand and the paper doesn't feel rigid like a paper towel. It also feels smooth when you rub your finger against it, thus it also feels very comfortable against your skin. If your skin is irritated at all, this won't feel like you are scraping it with a balled-up piece of printer paper.
Here is how I'm rating the TP:
Soft = when you crumple it up, does it collapse upon itself like cloth, or does it crinkle like a paper towel?
Smooth = if you lay it flat on a surface, does it feel rough that way, like many paper towels? (Think any paper towel vs Viva.)
Thick = if you folded the toilet paper sheet over sheet, how high would your pile get for the same number of sheets?
By the way, I'm using all caps in place of italics or bold, not to look like a weirdo.Read more ›
- Green Forest, which pills up and leaves bits of itself all over my butt
- 7th Generation, which is rough and unpleasant
- Marcal Pro, which is worthless thin trash
I'm 100% satisfied with this Georgia-Pacific Preference toilet paper. Which is a good thing, because 80 rolls will last a LONG, LONG time.
It's pretty much see-through thin and it is literally impossible to use the same amount I was accustomed to using with Cottonelle Ultra. In fact, I have to use twice as much to have the same effect. I guess I had no idea what good quality the other brand was until now. If somebody offered me another case of this for free I would decline.
I guess the good thing is that I should go through this case pretty quickly and I can get back to using something normal again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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