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Thread: How Thoroughly Quilty Are You?

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    How Thoroughly Quilty Are You?

    Do you buy Quilted Northern TP just because it's "quilted"?
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    Nope, sorry, I use Angel Soft.lol Good question though.
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    LOL!!

    NO! That TP is terrible quality! I'm a fan of Charmin, myself.

    I think my paper towels might be "quilted", though...

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    No...we buy totally cheap recycled stuff - I spend the savings on quilty items and my husband spends his on art supplies!

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    Being on a septic system I have found the TP kindest to my very old system is Scotts. Used to use Charmin but it wreaked havoc on my system.

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    No I don't. I am finishing up using Charmin because they cut down on the width of their TP!! Why is that baby wipes are so much bigger than adults ???
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    No I don't either... Have septic system like feline fanatic... so I too use Scotts. Best for our system...LOL

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    No, but I do like the look of the pretty quilted patterns on it.

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    LOL
    good question. My answer is no. I use one of its competitors.
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    I'll confess that I purchased some simply because it was quilty. However, I didn't like it. We are a two TP household. I prefer fluffy and my husband prefers flat.
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    Count me in as a Cottonelle user. I guess I'm not totally quilty!
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    LOL that is the brand I buy but not because it's quilted. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by earthwalker View Post
    No...we buy totally cheap recycled stuff - I spend the savings on quilty items and my husband spends his on art supplies!
    You buy recycled toilet paper??????

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    Kirkland brand for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krystyna View Post
    Do you buy Quilted Northern TP just because it's "quilted"?
    Are you old enough to remember when the product first came out? quilters this quilters that...but the women were knitting. We rose up enmass.
    We use Kirkland, a big box store brand.

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    LOL!! Hubby likes cush for his tush. He thinks there is nothing better than Charmin with Aloe. As long as I have some when I need it I'm good.

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    Always use Quilted Northern. Never really thought about it being "quilted". I just like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper View Post
    Kirkland brand for us.
    Same for our household too.

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    we live in a condo and were told not to use it. I wouldn't buy it bc it's quilted.
    wasted advertising on me
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    I used to always buy Charmin but since we are on a limited budget - I try to buy the softest at the best price (whatever is on sale).

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    Scott's here. I'll always remember how much my dad disliked the thick, soft types--in his words, "Toilet paper should have grip" !
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngeliaNR View Post
    Scott's here. I'll always remember how much my dad disliked the thick, soft types--in his words, "Toilet paper should have grip" !
    LOL!

    We're a "Two TP" household, too. I like the cheap Walmart brand that's similar to Scotts, and DH likes the cushiest kind he can find. The cushy kinds always seem to be linty to me, and they seem to fall apart, leaving tidbits of toilet paper behind. (Pun intended! ) The cushy kind stops up our toilets, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic View Post
    Being on a septic system I have found the TP kindest to my very old system is Scotts. Used to use Charmin but it wreaked havoc on my system.
    Interesting...we are on septic. I like Northern. Might need to research what works best on septice tanks.
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    If it was in scrappy colors I would!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oh munner View Post
    You buy recycled toilet paper??????
    No....toilet paper made from paper that has been recycled (I think its office paper).

    For those on septic systems Cotonelle is just asking for trouble....sigh....ask me how I know!

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