Sainsburys Economy Toilet Tissue Reviews
Newest Review: ... The rolls only come in white, which is fine by me, I'm not fussy about the colour. They do look smaller than other rolls ... more
Customer Sainsburys Economy Toilet Tissue Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I got this product once before while trying to save some pennies, and thinking how expensive toilet paper was considering what it actually is. You can get 12 rolls of this for £1.32, which is a huge amount cheaper than other brands such as andrex. The rolls only come in white, which is fine by me, I'm not fussy about the colour. They do look smaller than other rolls and when you actually use them you realise why. This toilet tissue is so thin it's just ridiculous, you have to use loads of the stuff at any one time. It must be 1ply at the most. I think if you directly compared this to other brands you would immediately know the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/06, updated on 12/08/06 (Very useful, 197 readings)
On a recent trip to Sainsburyís I saw a woman out of the corner of my eye, heading down the bathroom products isle. I had faith in this strangerís ability to make the right decision, and this turned to disillusion as I saw her reach for the cheap option, Sainsburyís Basics Toilet Tissue. I persevered with my laden basket and didnít turn back. It wasnít my time to be a hero. Iím not saying Iím Superman, thatís for other people to say. She would have to learn this one on her own. Besides, it would just embarrass us both if I approached a stranger buying such a sensitive item and got into an argument based around her rear end. Actually, it would only embarrass her, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I recently had a quite horrific experience at a friends of mine, we had been having a drink at hers and we were getting ready to go out when nature called and I had to pay a visit to the little girls room. My worst fear when using someone else's toilet used to be that there would be no toilet paper but it is now that they will be using Sainsbury basic as she was that night. This stuff should never be used by a human being as I am sure it is unsafe in some way or another. It is not rough but has a sort of uncomfortable feel to it and it feels like your fingers could go through it at any time even if you double it over or even treble it. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/01, updated on 23/07/01 (Useful, 81 readings)
Let me tell you something very exciting. I'm a student, and have lived in a student house for two years now. At first, being skanky and studenty we opted for "value" loo roll, you see loads and loads of it in Sainsbury's, and every student walking back from the supermarket is carrying a pack (or 5) of this stuff. So we followed the trend, and suffered with it for a year. During this period of time, we found that we were using masses and masses of loo paper, about a roll a day (for 4 people), which is horrendously rediculous. The reason behind this is simple. It's manky. Not only do we have to suffer with itchy bottoms from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/09 (Useful, 31 readings)
In a student house it's often the norm to purchase the 'value' version of everything possible, toilet paper included. However, the experience of using Sainsbury's basics loo paper has taught us a valuable lesson: YOUR INTIMATE AREAS DESERVE BETTER! Sainsbury's basics loo roll is somewhat softer than other brands, however, as with many value toilet papers, it has the tendency to 'melt' as soon as it is used. Furthermore, you end up using ten times as much per wipe, and getting lots of disintegrated bits of loo roll stuck up your arse which is unhygenic and highly unpleasant. It may be cheap and get you 12 rolls for the price of four luxury ones, but ... Read the complete review
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