Not as cheap as the previous deal from Amazon (was $12.38 with S&S) but still worth a post.
While stocks last.
i guess amazon might price match then? we shall see
amazon has a deal on KLEENEX Complete Clean Toilet Paper, 60 Rolls for 26 dollars , subscribe and save option for 23.40 dollars.
Kleenex were good five years ago. Terrible now. Stick to quilton
I'm curious why is it terrible. Are they thinner or less soft?
Your fingers will go through the paper into your bum.
Kleenex is terrible though.
It’s cheaper than the amazon if you consider anyone can buy woolies egift cards at 5% . $12.35
This deal is cheaper. 39 cents per roll. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/568745
That's 3 Ply, this is 4 Ply.
this deal can also be 2 ply
Cost of each ply on 36 rolls x 3 ply is still cheaper compares to 30 rolls x 4 ply. 0.72e-4 vs 0.77e-4 consecutively.
Tip: peel the 4 ply in half and you effectively get 30 rolls of 2 ply for $6.50. #bargain
Don't forget the handful of sh1t that you get with this too
Who the hell needs FOUR ply? What on earth are you eating that makes THAT much of a mess to clean up?
I'll have you know I subsist entirely on corn Cruskits and black coffee.
I remember seeing one ethnic kid literally spinning out the roll in a public toilet like 2 meters at a time - by the time he was finished he'd used at least half if not most of a roll - guess he really didn't wanna touch that $hit
I was wondering if it was gonna block the toilet - the bowl was so full of paper I suspected it might not flush - so yeah he solved his problem by creating one for the next person …
Maybe he was too hungry and ate a lot of food at once.
'Quilton Gold 4 Ply Toilet Tissue 30 pack $13 @ Woolworths'
so - 30 pack of 140 sheet rolls = 4200 sheets
$13/42 = 31c/100 sheets
the standard deal for 3ply Quilton I use has been 26c/100 sheets for years
they've recently bumped it to 28c/100 sheets - see the fine print below the price in major supermarkets
so who needs 4 ply ? I don't - I'm happy with 3 ply - so yeah nah from me
4 ply and consume less sheets each time.
My normal process.
start with two sheets folded to make 6 ply
assess damage by feel and visual inspection of paper
continue with two sheets folded until safe to reduce to single sheet.
perhaps singles sheets of 4 ply would be manageable from the get go.
here ya go - I was in a supermarket this afternoon and saw Quilton 4 ply - figured for the extra expense it should be thicker than 3 ply - right ?
so I stacked a pack of 4 ply on top of a pack of 3 ply - lined them up - felt the sides to make sure they were aligned - and guess what ?
the 4 ply felt smaller than the 3 ply
here's my pic - doesn't show the slightly smaller size - but it sure ain't bigger !
oh wait - rechecking …
4 ply was 140 sheets of 11 x 10cm - https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/55469/quil... for $13 for 30 pack or just under 31c/100 sheets
3 ply was 180 sheets of 11 x 10cm - https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/851925/qui... for $12 for 24 pack or just under 28c/100 sheets
so with 14/18th as many sheets - slightly smaller rolls is a moot point
yair - wot I sed beef or …
Did you simply weigh them and compare then to come up with a theory ?
get ready to swarm boys
Reserve the 4 ply after the previous nights chilli or curry dinner.