Sep 2, 2014
Sep 2, 2014
Jan 31, 2014
What’s your favorite toilet paper, and why? Let us know for a chance to win!
Here’s the skinny:
- Comment below to enter the contest.
- Please keep it clean and family friendly.
- One lucky contributor will win a gift pack including some of our favorite toilet papers.
- Open to continental US customers only.
- Contest ends Feburary 28th 2014.
Be sure to check out the Ultra Toilet Paper Guide, and treat yourself today! xo, the ToiletPaperWorld.com team
Aug 29, 2013
Aug 27, 2013
DIY Toilet Paper Projects from the Toilet Paper Encyclopedia. Family-friendly “Do It Yourself” toilet paper projects; including how-to’s, tutorials, and tips.
Recommended project materials: toilet paper rolls, glue, scissors, glitter, color tissue paper, paint, googly eyes, glue gun, color markers, stickers, bird seed… and smiles.
Don’t forget, if you’re looking to stock up on project material number 1, toilet paper rolls, head on over to ToiletPaperWorld.com. Get your bulk Charmin, Scott, Angel Soft, and Cottonelle toilet paper there, with free 2-3 day shipping on orders over $75.
Aug 26, 2013
Aug 15, 2013
Charmin toilet paper commercials have been killing it lately! We certainly can’t be the only ones who have noticed, but incase you missed out on the “Kafka, Charmin” commercial we wanted to share.
Be sure to head over to ToiletPaperWorld.com to stock up on Charmin toilet paper today.
Aug 8, 2013
We all have our favorites. Some prefer soft while others prefer strong. But what really is the difference? To answer that question we decided to test the “Ultras” and put together a user’s guide for quick and convenient reference. So whether you’re looking for a fluffy soft, an “at home” feel, or a strong-as-it-gets-toughness we, well, have got you covered. Pun intended.
So, what’s your favorite? Not sure, then head on over to ToiletPaperWorld.com and treat yourself to an “Ultra” experience today. We carry the top brands, including; Charmin Ultra Soft, Charmin Ultra Strong, Kleenex Cottonelle Ultra Soft, and Angel Soft Ultra Embossed.
Jul 30, 2013
Let’s take this one back, way back… to the days when Van Halen was rocking the stadium, the Boston Celtics were NBA champs, and Mr. Whipple was promoting Charmin toilet paper at your local grocery store. The year was 1984, and it was a good year indeed.
In today’s world of Justin Bieber and pro-athletes looking at a lifetime ban (ahem Mr.Rodriguez), it’s comforting to still have atleast one friendly reminder of the good times. So thank you Charmin. Thank you for your years of comfort and clean. We appreciate it. Don’t forget to stock up on Charmin today at ToiletPaperWorld.com!
May 9, 2013
If you’re a Nascar fan, be sure to look for the Charmin ads featuring the backside of white men’s briefs with tire skid marks.
“It’s a creative use of their product with a natural tie-in to the sport. It’s fun,” Dan Farrell, CMS’s senior vice president of corporate sales, told the Sports Business Journal. “It’s important to have recall with creative, and I’m sure there will be a buzz and the recall will be second to none for this.”
Skid marks are a far cry from the Mr. Whipple ads that Charmin is famous for. Although many toilet paper ads use humor, this seems on the grosser side of humor. What do you think of this promotion idea for Charmin?
Sep 5, 2012
Enter the Charmin Instant Win Game and you might win a prize instantly! No need to like Charmin on Facebook, just vote for either Charmin Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong, then enter the giveaway afterwards! 1200 prizes available, including a 1 Year Supply of Charmin bath tissue, t-shirts, hats, coupons and much more. Enter the Instant Win Game daily until 10/20/2012.
What would you do with the money you save from a year supply of Charmin toilet paper? How much would your year supply of toilet paper be? According to the blog, Food Storage Made Easy, you can easily calculate the amount of toilet paper you use in a year as well as how much storage space you will need.
The question of how much do you need is easily answered. When you go to the store to buy because you are out, buy 3 times what you would normally and store 2 of them. When you need it again, repeat. After 6 months you’ve stored a year’s supply (twice what you used in 6 months!) Works for anything. You can shorten or lengthen the time it takes as your budget dictates by changing the multiple you buy. Twice as much as usual will take a year, 4 times as much will take 4 months, etc.
Of course, you could always buy toilet paper in bulk from ToiletPaperWorld.com, and store it in its convenient case. As many as 96 rolls come in one case, so you should be set for at least 6 months unless you have really high traffic bathrooms!