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Brits can now beat the cost-of-living crisis with REUSABLE toilet paper

Brits can now beat the cost-of-living crisis with REUSABLE toilet paper

"If I saw this in someone’s house I would leave and never come back"

BRITS can beat the cost-of-living crisis by buying REUSABLE toilet paper.

Net Zero is flogging a £21.50 cloth loo roll that can be used again and again.

The eco-company says it can be put through the washing machine.

Brits can now beat the cost-of-living crisis with REUSABLE toilet paper
Credit: Net Zero Company

 

It comes in a pack of 24 with designs on each sheet.

The description on the shop’s website says: “These washable and reusable toilet paper provides a cost-effective and eco-friendly way to clean yourself without creating waste or spending a mini fortune over time.

Brits can now beat the cost-of-living crisis with REUSABLE toilet paper
Credit: Net Zero company

“You don’t have to practice good hygiene at the planet’s expense, this alternative fits on any standard toilet paper roll and easily re-rolls to hold its shape.

“To use, use dry or dampen each individual piece with water, recommended dry for number 1, wet for number 2. 

“After use, collect pieces in a hamper until laundry day, recommended twice a week.

“Machine wash with hot water. Tumble dry low or air dry. 

“You may choose to pre-soak with vinegar or cleaning solution. 

“Once dry, re-roll one at a time.”

It comes as rising inflation has seen mid-range packs of nine toilet roll increase from £3 to £4 during the cost-of-living crisis at supermarkets. 

But customer said the concept was unsanitary and gross. 

Brits can now beat the cost-of-living crisis with REUSABLE toilet paperOne person said: “If I saw this in someone’s house I would leave and never come back.

“I know it stinks in there.”

Zeke said: “I know  we’ve got to save the earth but…I don’t know there’s got to be another way.”

Valentina Kleckner added: “If we’re talking about pollution, the water from flushing is the problem, not the toilet paper.

Brits can now beat the cost-of-living crisis with REUSABLE toilet paper“All this does is increase water usage and make you more likely to catch diseases.”

Tam added: “Not everything is meant to be reusable.”

Clark said: “imagine the smell and colour of this thing after you use it for one month.”

 

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