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Bright Green Paper Towels

Not worth buying

dougk

Pros: They're recycled

Cons: You have to be very careful to successfully tear off a towel at the perforation.

I have to be very careful, using both hands, to successfully separate a single towel from the roll along the perforated line. If I try to pull off a towel with one hand, it will invariably tear diagonally across the towel - giving me a fragment of a towel. If I want a full towel, I have to try again. In the end I use more towels than I intended. Environmental paper products have had this...
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Seventh Generation 100% Recycled Bathroom Tissue

Seventh Generation 100% Recycled Bathroom Tissue

“In an effort to save money and the environment, I used to get the thinnest, least processed-seeming toilet paper. The roll lasts forever, is single ply, and is quite cheap. Last time I went to the store, I decided to get this seventh generation paper (which is frustratingly NOT in the same aisle as the rest of the toilet paper, but is in the special health food aisle at the other end of the...” --solmstea

93% Positive Reviews
Seventh Generation 100% Recycled Paper Towels

Seventh Generation 100% Recycled Paper Towels

“I love these—at work we use them everywhere! They are as durable as any mainstream brand without the fresh rainforest pulp. I can scrub the floor, counter, walls, etc.. without them shredding in my hands. I guess that my only complaint would be the dull brown color and simple dimple pattern that together render the towels purely utilitarian. I guess I'll have to forget having the...” --Sheepguy42

88% Positive Reviews
Trader Joe's 100% Recycled Toilet Paper

Trader Joe's 100% Recycled Toilet Paper

“My ex-roommate found this product too rough, but I've never heard any other complaints. To each their own. I like Trader Joe's toilet paper because it is both recycled and CHEAP at about four dollars for twelve rolls. It is plenty soft, although it is unnecessarily "quilted". And it is CHEAP. Nobody should have to worry about being able to afford toilet paper, and nobody...” --oakling

100% Positive Reviews
Green Forest Unscented Bathroom Tissue

Green Forest Unscented Bathroom Tissue

“This was, indeed, far too few sheets per roll for me. It is comparable in cost to Seventh Generation's toilet paper - sorry, "unscented bathroom tissue" (and may I never run into scented bathroom tissue!) - but provides much, much less. These folks offer 198 sheets per roll, Seventh Generation (and many other brands) offer about 500. Looking straight down at the top of the roll...” --oakling

71% Positive Reviews
Bright Green Paper Towels

Bright Green Paper Towels

“ I use other Bright Green products and have been happy with them, but these towels are awful.  They are too thin and weak to work as a paper towel.  More than half the time you can't tear off a sheet without it ripping to shreds in your hand.  And the second they get any water on them they disintegrate.  Do not buy these.   Note that I have used Bright Green toilet paper, facial tissues...” --bowmanrand

33% Positive Reviews
Marcal Recycled Toilet Paper

Marcal Recycled Toilet Paper

“Strictly as toilet paper, this stuff is just passable.  It's not the softest, but it's not the harshest either.  The issue is so few sheets per roll.  It's just not worth it for the money, there are better options.” --teej

80% Positive Reviews
Whole Foods 365 100% Recycled Toilet Paper

Whole Foods 365 100% Recycled Toilet Paper

“I must admit to being quite surprised at the hearts "quilted" onto this toilet paper.  But this is proof that hearts don't equal love. Not that there's anything *wrong* with this toilet paper- it was the cheapest on the shelf, double rolls=less cardboard tubing, 100% recycled with 80% post consumer, non-chlorine bleach- it's very eco-friendly stuff!  But it's not the softest TP either.  It's...” --nitedreamer

75% Positive Reviews
Marcal Small Steps Toilet Paper

Marcal Small Steps Toilet Paper

“The idea of this product is great- but the family hated it. I would've kept buying it anyway- but with a family of 5 we went through it in a flash. It's way too thin, so you had to use a lot to do the job, and it fell apart in your hand. Also was way too rough. Not comfortable at all. I bought Scott's version which was much better, but still went through it quickly- just not quite as...” --nanadeb

50% Positive Reviews
Green Forest White Facial Tissue

Green Forest White Facial Tissue

“Honestly, I didn't even notice that I was using Green Forest tissues at work until I was browsing the Huddler product list - that is a true testament to how good these tissues are! First of all, I have had these tissues since January, have not-so-judiciously used them through 3 months of colds, sinus infections and coffee spills, and amazingly, still have not run out. When it comes to...” --jessg

100% Positive Reviews
Bright Green Bathroom Tissue

Bright Green Bathroom Tissue

“ I have been using Bright Green bathroom tissue exclusively for over a year.  I buy it at Safeway.  It is soft and strong enough for regular use.  Wish it came in larger packs and was a bit cheaper.  I live alone and don't use that much, but a family would go through a lot more and want larger (and cheaper) packages.   I also use Bright Green facial tissue and napkins and those are great...” --bowmanrand

100% Positive Reviews