You Read that Right: It's Reusable Toilet Paper.
But why? About 9.8 million trees are cut down annually just to be flushed down the toilet.
Single-use toilet paper isn't as clean as you might think. Bleached toilet paper releases toxins into the air and water, which has been shown to harm humans and wildlife.
Reusable Toilet Paper – 24 Piece Toilet UnPaper Roll
Did you know: 27,000 trees get flushed down the toilet daily!
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.
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.
- Comes in a pack of 24 with complimentary darling designs
- Each piece measures 4.5 x 12in / 11.5 x 30cm
To use, use dry or dampen each individual piece with water (recommended dry for #1, wet for #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/cleaning solution. Once dry, re-roll one at a time.
GOTS-certified organic cotton flannel. Polyester stitching for durability. We design our products to withstand washes, serve a long life, and for the elements to break down near the same time.
Made of GOTS Certified Organic Cotton
Every Net Zero Co. cotton product is Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified. Our unpaper toilet cloth is pesticide-free, absorbent and ultra-soft.
Easy to Use and Wash
Best paired with a bidet to wipe away excess water and keep things squeaky-clean.
Reusable toilet paper is great for baby care! Throw it in your diaper bag along with your cloth diapers.
Reusable TP Not For You?
Maybe you’re not ready to try reusable toilet paper, make your own nut milk, or build a backyard compost system.
And that’s totally okay. We believe small changes make all the difference. Start here and find a swap to make a big impact with minimal effort: