This Washable, Reusable Toilet Paper Can Be Used Over And Over

Whether you’re looking to reduce paper waste or just preparing for the next pandemic-related grocery store rush, no one is going to blame you for considering an alternative to traditional toilet paper. Or maybe just a little. Because the idea of washable and reusable toilet paper is gross!

Reusable toilet paper.

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.

Reusable toilet paper.

Reusable toilet paper.

The reusable toilet paper is also shipped without any plastic packaging materials, so you can feel good knowing that you’re truly shopping sustainably. If you feel like this is something you need to experience on your butt, head over to Etsy and choose the design that you like the most! Every product on the Etsy shop’s page is soft, eco-friendly and sustainable, only using top-quality materials like 100% organic cotton, bamboo, and hemp.

Reusable toilet paper.

The reign of your grandparents’ old dry toilet paper is coming to an end. A new era is dawning. Your butt deserves more!

18 thoughts on “This Washable, Reusable Toilet Paper Can Be Used Over And Over”

  1. No, thanks. I would prefer a Japanese talking bidet over reusable toilet paper. As if defecating weren’t already gross enough.

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  2. I had rags to clean my babies’ butts. They were washed and laundered. No big difference. A bit more work, maybe.

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  3. Good arguments both ways.
    No one ever got poor underestimating how cheap people are,and what they will do to save moneyExcept this is right on the line.
    Ew.

  4. Sooooo . . . how does this work? How do you get the roll to your butt, and where does the used part land until the roll is finished, and how do you avoid dragging that part up against your leg when you go a second time?

  5. Will I need to make the trip to the laundromat or will the dishwasher clean these effectively?

  6. Just cut some squares out of soft used flannel. Use and put in bucket with a little Pine Sol or Lysol. Use hot water with detergent and a plunger and plunge away. Clean a second time, rinse, squeeze out, rinse good and hang in sun to dry.

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