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Tubeless Toilet Tissue

Dabs

Registered Member
Who'd a thunk it??
Seriously, I saw it on the news...Scot Tissue has invented it and is right now trying it out in different areas of the Northeast!
No more cardboard rolls in the center.......now it will look like you are getting less toilet tissue ~LoL~
But, supposedly, and from the looks of the news previews, somebody can actually unwind until the last sheet is gone....and poof......no more nothing there~
They might as well do the same with paper towels if that be the case~
But.......years ago...Charmin did come out with a travel emergency toilet tissue.
It was a small compact roll, with no cardboard core....and it fit in your purse.....I know cause I bought one, just because I thought it was cute and one of the neatest things I ever saw~
So, what's all your thoughts on this toilet tissue design??
 

Nixola

Boom Boom Pow!
Have you got a link or anything to the new report?
 

Dabs

Registered Member
Sorry Nix, I saw it just a few days ago on HLN news....CNN news station.
Maybe I can look on the net......if I find a link, I will post it!! :)
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Ok, here's a link from USA Today.....just so I'll know, it is Ok to post links, right??
I thought I read somewhere that certain links were not allowed, but I'm sure this one will be K :)
Kimberly-Clark rolls out tube-free Scott toilet paper - USATODAY.com
 
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Nixola

Boom Boom Pow!
Yes, you can post links, as long as it's nothing something like porn or something horrible or offensive.

By the looks of this, it's definitely a step in the right direction as far as being enviromentally friendly is concerned. It seems as though there are not draw backs to it, the only thing I can think of is maybe the price of the tubeless toilet rolls (at the start of selling) will increase due to its "new design" and the fact that it's a product that you can't see anywhere else (for the time being).

I think it would be strange at first, not have the cardboard bit in the middle, i'd feel as though it would fall apart or something. It would also feel quite strange to unroll it until nothing was there, and it finishes at the very end.
 
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Dabs

Registered Member
Yes, you can post links, as long as it's nothing something like porn or something horrible or offensive.

By the looks of this, it's definitely a step in the right direction as far as being enviromentally friendly is concerned. It seems as though there are not draw backs to it, the only thing I can think of is maybe the price of the tubeless toilet rolls (at the start of selling) will increase due to its "new design" and the fact that it's a product that you can't see anywhere else (for the time being).

I think it would be strange at first, not have the cardboard bit in the middle, i'd feel as though it would fall apart or something. It would also feel quite strange to unroll it until nothing was there, and it finishes at the very end.
My thoughts too.....how weird to be the person who uses the last few pieces....but what if, there are only a couple of sheets there??
Then what??
But they might also do paper towels in this manner too~
 
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