Kimberly-Clark Launches Designer Toilet Roll Covers

Kimberly-Clark is one of the leading manufacturers of toilet paper in the world, known for its brands of Cottonelle and Scott toilet paper.  And now they’re looking to shake up the toilet-paper accessory category with toilet roll covers from designer Jonathan Adler.  To read the full article, click here.

These toilet roll covers are designed as limited-edition boxes to hide your backup rolls. The roll covers will be available in January 2011 at www.respecttheroll.com for a shipping charge of $1.99 plus an offer code from a package of Cottonelle toilet paper.

But wait a minute!  Did you know that Americans use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper every year, representing the pulping of some 15 million trees?  This also involves 473.6 billion gallons of water to produce the toilet paper and 253,000 tons of chlorine for bleaching[1].  So let’s help the environment in 2012 and get a bidet toilet seat instead.  A bidet toilet seat dramatically reduces toilet paper waste because it uses water (instead of toilet paper) to clean you after using the restroom.  Bidet seats also come with a built-in air dryer to help with residual moisture after washing.

To learn more about the benefits of a bidet toilet seat, visit www.bidetsPLUS.com today.  With a video library and article base dedicated to teaching people about bidets, you’re sure to learn a thing or two about this incredible toilet seat attachment.

[1] Scientific American, Dec 2009

 

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