Hey there, dear visitors! Have you heard about the latest trend in eco-friendly living? Yes, we’re talking about reusable toilet paper that you can wash and use again, and again, and again… The reign of your grandparents’ old single-use toilet paper is coming to an end. A new era is dawning. Your butt deserves more!
Consumers all over the world are looking for ways to improve upon the boring old paper that’s been used on butts for generations. Some people are going the way of the shit mittens, while others just are getting crafty with the poop knife. And then there are others, the bravest and most environmentally heroic folks on the planet: those that use reusable toilet paper. It’s also shipped without any plastic packaging materials, so you can feel good knowing that you’re truly shopping sustainably and making a difference.
Now, we know what you’re thinking. “But isn’t that just like using cloth diapers for babies? That’s gross!” But hear us out. Not only is it better for the environment, but it’s also an excellent conversation starter at parties. Imagine the look on your friends’ faces when you proudly proclaim, “I use reusable toilet paper that you can wash!” They’ll be stunned into silence, wondering if you’re joking or if you’ve truly lost your mind. And then, when they realize you’re dead serious, the laughter will ensue… and then they probably avoid visiting your house for the rest of your life.
Reusable toilet paper is available in various colors and prints. It’s made from soft cotton and up to 140 rolls of toilet paper per person per year and lasts up to 5 years. So you’d be saving a lot of money, not just the world. 30 day money-back guarantee includes, if you’re not satisfied. Just please DON’T send it back!
You can get you very own roll of reusable toilet paper on Amazon. Please note that this site is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. As an Amazon Associate affiliate we earn from qualifying purchases.
14 thoughts on “Reusable Toilet Paper You Can Wash And Use Again”
Um, no. Why would I want used shit rags in my house? This is beyond unsanitary.
Maybe if I had a fancy toilet that washed my butt, I MIGHT towel dry.
Your underwear is a shit rag
I think it might be a bit problematic to reuse it as toilet paper. But maybe it can be used again as a kitchen towel in some fancy restaurant.
Doesn’t get stinky while you collect enough to wash? Phew
They are harder to flush, just so you know.
Hey E. Coli – not if you actually wipe your ass. Your statement is very telling and very gross. Clean thyself.
I think it is a good idea. Can be cleaned just like a cloth diaper, so all those kiddie and old people disposable – but not biodegradable – diapers don’t end up in the land fill or along the side of the road. I cannot imagine how many tons of Pampers and Depends go into the landfill every day and will still be there 50 years from now. As to the odor, you put the dirty ones in a pail until ready to wash. Obviously some of the readers have never washed a cloth diaper. Must be very rich. Besides, over half of the toilet paper is only wet; not dirty. Probably won’t work out very well in workplaces and schools, though. And you have to keep some paper rolls around the house, too, to wrap feminine sanitary items.
used with a bidet it isn’t so gross. anyone not using a bidet guaranteed has a stinky butthole. you wouldn’t use a dry paper towel to clean peanut butter off a carpet would you?
No detachable sheets. Are you supposed to use a whole roll at once, each time?
Just checked these out on Amazon because I didn’t believe they were for real. They are but are advertised as bidet towels. That makes a little more sense than implying they should be used as a substitute for toilet paper.
Sponge on a stick in this house.
Well, the one-piece rolls are funny but the ones behind the Amazon link seem quite more useful. In combination with a bidet or general ass washing 👍
JUST wiping yourself with dry tp isn’t so hygienic either.
Begs the question: so does one rinse it in the sink after use-(careful not to splash the toothbrushes!)-then put them in a bucket of bleachy water til wash day? Like the cloth diapers of the past?