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'Dust free' bog paper

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by koolpc, Mar 11, 2020.

  1. DB_SamX

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    I've always associated dusty toilet paper to those being made from recycled paper. Not necessarily true, so happy to be corrected.
     
  2. koolpc

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    Looking for a cheap alternative. Toilet paper, nothing else! Lol
     
  3. KillBoY_UK

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    never seen such a 1st world thread lol. Maybe Harrods do a lint free bog roll . Or you could just get a Japanese Toilet with the spray nozzle.
     
  4. Hades

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  5. Cleisthenes

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    Personally I haven't found that on any of the more 'premium' options. Bog roll is one of the places where I won't skimp; who wants to use something that resembles sand paper? :p
     
  6. Orionaut

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    I recall seeing my first pack of "Recycled Toilet paper", I pointed the label out to one of the Shop girls (Being Waitrose the "Girl" was in her fifties)

    "That doesn't sound very nice?"

    We both had a bit of a laugh over that.

    :D
     
  7. randomshenans

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    Just use a sock
     
  8. Semple

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    :D:D
     
  9. ttaskmaster

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    There's two - Shave, or nuke their homeworld!
     
  10. MookJong

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    Just use a sponge dipped in vinegar, the Romans hated loo roll dust so much that they developed this superior method.
     
  11. mrbell1984

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    Nuke their home world it is then. :p
     
  12. Digital X

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    I stick with Andrex, not fond of store brand toilet roll. But I do know what you mean.
     
  13. Hades

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    The john lewis own brand seems decent.
     
  14. koolpc

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    Some crappy replies here....lol
     
  15. Orionaut

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    Save money and the Polar Bears.

    https://www.thebumgun.com/

    Ideally fitted with an automatic mixing valve for nice warm water comforts...

    :cool:
     
  16. WantoN

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    Any Lidl and Aldi brand I've had no trouble with, and I consider myself a bit of a big roll conoseiur :D

    It's often the super soft brands that are the worst for it in my experience.


    Multi-ply luxury loo roll is a load of marketing toss anyway, it's paper you wipe on your bumhole for goodness sake.

    I want one.
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2020
  17. Lokwyr

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  18. TonTom

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    :D I remember that stuff. I always tried to time needing a number to to before or after school. That stuff could damage your ****.
     
  19. arknor

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    I just get whatever.
    I can't really notice a difference between iceland, asda and M&S (2ply, not tried the 3 ply) own brands.

    The shea butter infused toilet rolls are kinda cool though, but they are still only like £2 a pack I think
     
  20. UnLuckyBenski

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    Interested to see this come up - I'm convinced it's contributing to the levels of dust in my house. I seem to get fine white fluffy dust settling on stuff.