Who Gives a Crap - 100% Recycled Toilet Paper

Made from 100% recycled fibres, each roll will immediately turn your bathroom into that eco-friendly paradise you’ve been longing for (personal waterfall not included). The soft, 3 ply sheets make for a super comfy wipe. Competitively priced with supermarket rolls, they feel good on your bum and your budget.

$59.00

Inc GST

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Product details

Rolling with recycled

Is this TP expensive?

Our price per sheet: 0.29 cents
Average price per sheet: 0.46 cents

When it comes to price, we think our rolls are a pretty sweet deal. Most TP brands measure by cost per roll (not per sheet), so they can make single length rolls with fewer sheets. But because we make double-length rolls (at least 370 sheets), our toilet paper may seem a bit more expensive. In reality, we’re about on par (if not more affordable) than TP you’d find at a supermarket.

Not your avearge TP
Our toilet paper might feel a bit different since, well, it is a bit different. Most mainstream, blanket-like toilet paper comes from destroying virgin trees — and we won’t stand for that. Instead, we’ll sit down to enjoy all the good we’re doing just by using the loo.

Why Recycled?
Every day, 27,000 trees are cut down just to make regular toilet paper. Such a waste! Cutting down trees just for TP is a total no-no for us. That’s why these rolls are made using 100% recycled materials. Helping to reduce deforestation by wiping your bum is what we’d call a yes-yes.