That's right folks, Kimberly-Clark (the makers of Scott brand) are about to drop a
bomb #2 on the toilet paper world next week with the introduction of cardboard tube-free rolls. Manufacturing magic! Sadly, no word on how this will effect a roll's ability to be thrown over tree branches.
On Monday, Kimberly-Clark, one of the world's biggest makers of household paper products, will begin testing Scott Naturals Tube-Free toilet paper at Walmart and Sam's Club stores throughout the Northeast. If sales take off, it may introduce the line nationally and globally -- and even consider adapting the technology into its paper towel brands.
No, the holes in the rolls aren't perfectly round. But they do fit over TP spindles and come with this promise: Even the last piece of toilet paper will be usable -- without glue stuck on it.
It's about time! There's nothing worse than getting to the end a roll, trying to carefully pull off that last glued sheet or two, and then accidentally touching your @$$hole with bare fingers because they tore. Plus one time I was wiping and a square just straight-up disappeared somewhere. Maybe it turned into a dingleberry, I honestly have no idea. Life's little mysteries.
Thanks to The Bathroom Magician, who I no longer in good conscious endorse for children's parties.