People Are Ditching Toilet Paper And Getting Reusable Cloth Rolls

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I love helping the environment and looking for things to make the world better, but this is something I am generally concerned about. I just don’t know if I can get on board with reusable toilet cloth rolls.

Cloth Toilet Paper
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Reusable Cloth Rolls

People are ditching toilet paper and instead are using these reusable cloth toilet paper and I don’t know how I feel about that.

How do these things even work?

Usually, with normal toilet paper, you either fold or crinkle it, wipe and throw it down the toilet. So how do you use these things?

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Do you simply have to use a little corner at a time and let it hang there? Does it dry and that’s how it is reusable?

It simply does not make any sense at all to me!

To me, using reusable cloth seems so much messier.

Sometimes these rolls are all sewn together, making this all the more complicated.

If you are in a big family, do you all share, or does every member have their own?

Cloth Toilet Paper
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I feel like it would make the bathroom smell worse than it already does. Unless, you have a bunch of these cloths and use them one at a time. To me, that is not worth the headache.

If you are reusing these, doesn’t it just mean you are spending a lot of money on laundry soap and other products? Not to mention all the water as well. Isn’t that just as bad as toilet paper?

Cloth Toilet Paper
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What are your thoughts? Is this something you would do? I think I will pass and do something else to help save the planet.

If you do want to start using reusable toilet paper, here are lots them on Etsy.

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