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The Toilet Paper Encyclopedia

Jun 3, 2009

When my father launched in 2001, a PR company suggested he write a short history of toilet paper as a marketing ploy….well, the King of Toilet Paper doesn’t take his top product lightly.

This short blurb turned into a much bigger deal. From history dating back to ancient China, to detailed descriptions and comparisons of the ttoilet paper encyclopediaop toilet paper manufacturers, to funny stories about this bathroom supply, more and more information was added. Finally it grew so large, it needed to be hosted on it’s own separate website- hence the Toilet Paper Encyclopedia was born.

There is a TON of great information on this site. Whether you’re doing research for a project or just filling up some spare time in between trips to the throne, check it out. See something you think is interesting that’s not on the site or have questions about anything toilet paper? Shoot my dad, Kenn, an email here. He loves to talk about TP. You can only imagine what bring your dad to school day was like for me growing up….

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6 Responses to “The Toilet Paper Encyclopedia”

  1. selina@Independent escorts directory - June 25th, 2010 at 3:51 am

    I thought I had seen it all but clearly not! lol. Mind you i have had a look on the site and its definitely interesting. I will stun my drinks guests with my knowledge of ancient toilet paper :)

  2. DUI Lawyer Los Angeles - January 14th, 2011 at 6:23 pm

    Here’s my question- with all the advancements in technology and toiletries these days, why do some places still use the weird single sheet, like a paper towel-type TP?

  3. Molly - January 17th, 2011 at 8:23 am

    That’s a great question! Here’s the official answer from the Toilet Paper King, Kenn Fischburg:

    Single sheet tp is considered easier to use for some people. It is already cut and some handicapped people find it easier to use. Some handicapped people find regular roll tp difficult to ‘pull and tear’. Also, some hospitals consider pre-cut tp as more sanitary because the user will never have to worry about someone else touching the other sheets on the roll. Also, in the orthodox Jewish segment, it is against the Jewish law to ‘cut paper’ on the Sabbath, therefore pre-cut sheets are mandatory. Finally, there may have been existing dispensers in place that simply never got changed.

    Kimberly Clark launched a new version of pre-cut sheets of tp a few years ago. They call it a Hygienic toilet paper for use in areas that want to avoid cross contamination, such as hospitals and nursing homes. The quality of the tp is excellent.
    Pre cut sheets of tp are very easy to use and as long as the quality is good there will be demand.

  4. Beautiful Girls - January 22nd, 2011 at 2:04 am

    I love this blog, its really nice website for me. thanks dear

  5. Faith@Fashion Jewelry - January 23rd, 2011 at 12:02 pm

    What an interesting website! Did anyone see the show about the woman who was eating toilet paper? Why do I have a feeling that she already knows about toiletpaper world?

  6. Amallibya - July 31st, 2013 at 4:57 am

    Howdy my children new member! I would like to say that this text rocks !, wonderful written and are available together with just about all important infos. I would like to peer far more posts in this way .

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