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Sep 25, 2014

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Tips from the Toilet Paper Experts: SupplyTime.com’s grading system will make ordering toilet paper the easiest thing you do today!

Ultra Luxury Grade: Ultra Luxury Grade toilet paper is the best selection for people that want the most comfortable bathroom experience possible

Luxury Hotel: Luxury Hotel Grade toilet paper is the best selection for people that want a very comfortable bathroom experience where volume and cost are also contributing factors.

Business Excellent: Business Excellent Grade toilet paper is a great option for people that want a comfortable bathroom experience and have a higher volume of use or are influenced somewhat by cost.

Economical: Economical Grade toilet paper is the best option for people that are strongly influenced by higher volume usage and cost but still want a good quality bathroom experience.

Eco-Friendly: Eco-Friendly Grade toilet paper is a combination of several grades of toilet paper that are designed and processed to have less impact on the environment. Eco-Friendly grade is for people that want an environmentally friendly product or need to meet Green mandates for certification or credentialing purposes.

If you have trouble with TP falling through your holder, take a core from wrapping paper or plastic wrap and cut it to the length you need for your holder. Then put it inside the roll of toilet paper and use as a roller. Just make sure it’s large enough to go over the prongs on each side of the holder. And don’t forget to keep it when you change rolls. Works like a charm for me. I tried using a paper towel core, but that was the same size as the TP core. You may have to experiment with different types of cores to find the right size. – Colida Marjoy, Customer Tip 

Toilet Paper News: Kimberly-Clark Goes Tubeless!

Sep 8, 2014

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Kimberly-Clark is dropping the cardboard tube in its Scott Naturals brand toilet paper. The tubeless roll is designed to work with any toilet paper dispenser.

Ever get to the end of a roll of toilet paper and just through the roll away in the trash? By doing so you and the other millions of Americans are contributing an estimated 17 billion toilet paper rolls that end up in landfills and garbage dumps every year. According to Kimberly Clark Corp. that’s enough to fill the Empire State Building not once but twice! To try to help alleviate this environmental problem Kimberly Clark will launch the first ever tubeless paper towel roll under Scott Toilet Paper. To celebrate the launch and long hours of engineering a tubeless roll of toilet paper, Kimberly Clark has made a 30 foot replica of the Empire State Building, made out of toilet paper rolls, to celebrate the nationwide launch.

According to the Journal Sentinel, “More than 100 years after a cardboard tube was first inserted into a roll of toilet paper, engineers in Wisconsin have taken the tube out — a move that might sound awkward for consumers, but is aimed at reducing paper waste.” See Rick Barrett’s When You Gotta Go: Toilet Paper Maker Ditches The Tube article for details. 

Looking to stock up on Scott toilet paper? Be sure to check out ToiletPaperWorld on SupplyTime.com today!

SupplyTime, ToiletPaperWorld 2.0

Sep 2, 2014

SupplyTime Logos_May2014The citizens of ToiletPaperWorld love their toilet paper. They are hands on experts. They know the difference and want to share their knowledge. All the items in the bathroom are special to us; it’s a special place to go. Our mission is to help you ‘enjoy your visit to that place you go so often’. Remember us every day.
 
Be sure to check out the new ToiletPaperWorld on SupplyTime.com today! And don’t forget… Free Delivery on orders over $75 Plus 5% OFF all orders over $200… Plus a free gift with every order (while supplies last).
 
Stock up and save today on top name brands like CharminSeventh GenerationCottonelleAngel Soft, and many more!

Coming soon… SupplyTime.com! 400,000+ Home and Office Supplies

Jun 2, 2014

From the ToiletPaperWorld.com team… Coming soon, SupplyTime.com!

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Featuring:

* 400,000+ home and office supplies
* Friendly, knowledgeable dedicated in-house customer service team. Our account manages from 65 years combined experience, so believe us when we say they are product experts! If you have a question, are looking for advise, or just want to chat about practical applications give our team a call. They’re always happy to assist!
* SupplyTime Rebates Center: Stock up and save on your favorite name brands with manufacture rebates and savings.
* Real life product reviews, DIYs, helpful hints, and much more!

About SupplyTime:

SUpplyTime Kenn Fischburg IconComing soon… SupplyTime.com! 400,000+ Home and Office SuppliesSupplytime.com is the brain child of Kenn Fischburg, owner of the world-famous ToiletPaperWorld.com.

“We wanted to create a beautiful one-stop shopping solution that allows our customers to intelligently purchase their home and office supplies. With SupplyTime.com’s huge selection of products and easy to use website features I believe we’ve accomplished that goal!”

Happy Thomas Crapper Day!

Jan 27, 2014

A little history lesson for all you curious readers out there… Straight from the world-famous Toilet Paper Encyclopedia:

Just who was Thomas Crapper, and why do we celebrate him today? Well it all begins with the toilet…

thomas crapperSo who actually invented the flushing toilet?
The flushing toilet was invented in 1596. Most people believe it was invented by Sir Thomas Crapper, however, its actual inventor was Sir John Harington. Harinton, a British nobleman and godson of Queen Elizabeth I, invented a valve that when pulled would release water from a water closet. Sir John recommended flushing the toilet once or twice a day, although with our modern technology, we know that is probably not sufficient.

Did Thomas Crapper invent the modern toilet?
Well, no. Although from 1861 to 1904 Crapper did have a successful career in the plumbing industry, holding nine patents for plumbing-related products in England, he did not invent the toilet. Albert Giblin holds the 1819 British Patent for the Silent Valvless Water Waste Preventer, a system that allowed a toilet to flush effectively. Gilbin worked for Crapper as an employee and the most likely scenario is that Crapper bought the patent rights from Giblin and marketed the device himself.

Happy New Years! 2014 is the Year of Saving Money!

Jan 3, 2014

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Happy New Years! Like most of us you’ve probably got your New Years resolution set. Great! But that’s the easy part. As we all know sticking with the resolution is the actual challenge. For those of you who have decided to go with Saving Money as your resolution we’ve put together some helpful tips to help you achieve your goal. Best of luck and may the force be with you!

From ABCnews, 5 money resolutions to consider for 2014:
1) Know where you stand financially
2) Think small
3) Pay yourself first
4) Pay down debt
5) Save more for retirement

Plus – Sign up to become a ToiletPaperWorld.com member and automatically save 5% on every order! Every penny counts, so start saving today!

ToiletPaperWorld.com Discount Days: Oct 17th & 18th 2013

Oct 14, 2013

toiletpaperworld_discount daysToiletPaperWorld.com Discount Days: October 17th & 18th 2013

Shop TPW on October 17th & 18th and automatically receive a 5% discount on your entire order! Don’t forget to stock up and save! Free 2-3 day shipping on orders over $75!

Discount includes TPW Customer Favorites such as: Charmin Toilet Paper, Boardwalk 2ply Bathroom Tissue, Kleenex Facial Tissue, Marcal Napkins, and many more…

 

Back by popular demand – Where did all the colored toilet paper go?

Sep 19, 2013

RIP Pink Toilet Paper, Cherished Friend, Companion, and Always There When You Needed It Most; 1950-?

RIP Pink Toilet Paper, Cherished Friend, Companion, and Always There When You Needed It Most; 1950-?

We’re bringing this one back from the archives… Originally posted Jul 16, 2009 – “Where did all the colored toilet paper go?”

Think about it for a second – When was the last time you reached for some TP and saw anything but the standard white roll?  Probably around the same time tie dyed t-shirts and Birkenstocks were still in style, right?

30 years ago colored toilet paper wasn’t the rarity it is today.  Introduced in the 50’s and popular throughout the 70’s, many manufacturers produced a variety of colors including pink, blue, yellow, lilac, tan, and black.  Homeowners loved matching the color of their toilet paper to the color of their bathrooms (it was the 70’s after all!).  So besides the obvious reason that what was hip in the 70’s isn’t anymore, where did all the colored TP go?

According to the King of Toilet Paper, two major events occurred which  hurt sales and thus led to the downfall of the colored toilet paper reign:
–    Doctors started warning colored toilet paper could lead to skin irritation.  As pretty as we once thought it looked, no one wants to deal with that!
–    Ecologists also began warning the dye in the colored toilet paper rolls was harmful to the environment.

With an increased cost of production (it costs more to produce colored than white toilet paper) and a decrease in sales, manufacturers began to produce less and less.  Up until 5 years ago (now 9), Scott was one of the last remaining manufactures to still produce our old friend in beige, blue, and pink.  However, they have since cut production all together.

RIP Colored Toilet Paper – From the bottoms of our bottoms, we thank you for the service you have provided us over the years.  We’ll miss you.

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