Consumer Reports: Save Up To $130 a Year By Switching Toilet Paper

April 7th, 2009 by admin

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April 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Consumers don’t have to pay a lot for strong and soft toilet paper, according to the latest report from Consumer Reports. Store brands like Costco’s Kirkland Signature and Walmart’s White Cloud cost roughly half as much as brand-name toilet paper, and scored very good or better for softness and disintegration in Consumer Reports’ tests.

Quilted Northern Ultra Plush ($0.29 per 100 sheets) topped the list for its strength and softness. But at just 12 to 15 cents per 100 sheets, Kirkland Signature and White Cloud offer the most performance for the price. Either of these CR Best Buy rolls could save a family of three roughly $130 per year.

Cottonelle Ultra ($0.37 per 100 sheets) and Scott Extra Soft ($0.13 per 100 sheets) also scored well in the Consumer Reports tests for strength and softness, but they weren’t found to be the best values.

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