Where does the US get its toilet paper?
What toilet paper the United States does import comes primarily from Canada and Mexico. Unlike with other categories of consumer goods, Americans don’t rely on foreign toilet paper because its domestic production is so strong.
What is Cottonelle toilet paper made out of?
Cottonelle® Toilet Paper is biodegradable, made with water and renewable fibers, and sourced from responsibly managed forests.
Is Cottonelle toilet paper made with cotton?
The spokesperson explained: Cottonelle first introduced cotton in the brand’s Cottonelle Clean Care toilet paper in March 2013, albeit a small amount. The brand name helps to convey Cottonelle’s message of softness, i.e., cotton is soft and so is Cottonelle.
Are Cottonelle wipes safe?
Kimberly-Clark announced a recall of some its Cottonelle Flushable Wipes products. All other Flushable Wipes and Cottonelle products are safe to use.
Has Cottonelle with aloe been discontinued?
The good news is that we have not discontinued our Cottonelle Ultra GentleCare tp! Thanks for choosing Cottonelle Brand!
Is cottonelle a cotton?
A spokesperson for Kimberly-Clark told The Consumerist: “Cottonelle first introduced cotton in the brand’s Cottonelle clean care toilet paper in march 2013, and it is a small amount.” The spokesperson says the brand name helps to convey Cottonelle’s message of softness, i.e., Cotton is soft and so is Cottonelle.
Can I use Cottonelle wipes on my face?
You can use them on your face, for cleaning dirty surfaces on glasses and even for wiping away dirt on furniture and then flush them down the toilet. No scent and can therefore be used by people who are sensitive to strong scents.
Can you use Cottonelle flushable wipes on your hands?
Cottonelle FreshCare Moist Wipes are great for wiping hands after a BBQ. If you’re walking the dog and are on “doggie duty”, bring a couple of wipes with you so you can wipe your hands after you bag.
Is Cottonelle toilet paper bleached?
Elemental Chlorine Free (ECF): Paper bleached with chlorine dioxide. This process releases fewer dioxins than bleaching with chlorine gas, but it is still is harmful to the environment. Examples brands of ECF toilet paper: Charmin, Quilted Northern, Cottonelle, Angle Soft, Kleenex, Safeway Select.