Spring Force Toilet Tissue Reviews
Product Type: Spring Force household products
Description:Brand: Spring Force / Subcategory: Bathroom Care / Type: Tissue / Category: Cleaning Products & Utensils > Wipes, Towels, Tissues
Newest Review: ... happily pay for the privilege of wiping our nether regions with disposable tissue. Over the last two years and a half I have ... more
Customer Spring Force Toilet Tissue Reviews (27)
by - written on 13/10/12 (Very useful, 227 readings)
Springforce Toilet Tissue I feel a strong urge to share the excitement of my usual household toilet paper purchase which must be something that the rest of the world has been waiting for in great anticipation. Every single one of my children and step children as they have left home to go away to university always took a big pack of toilet rolls with them after the first term away. They all couldn't believe how expensive it was to buy. It doesn't seem to have made them any more economical with its use at home and we have now had all of them back home to live at various times over the last few years and once back home and Mum is once again buying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/12 (Very useful, 166 readings)
Toilet roll is something that, for obvious reasons, is quite essential in our home, and any others I'm sure. We normally purchase Andrex, Cushelle or other more 'luxurious' varieties but from time to time I have been known to try something cheaper to see if I can find something that is of similar quality but for a little less money. As I pay about £4.50 for a 9 roll packet of Andrex I tried these Spring Force toilet rolls (9 in a packet) for just £1.99. The very first time that I tried these was when Tesco had supplied them as an alternative product and because we were low on toilet roll I had no choice but to take up the delivery driver on the suggested product. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/12 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I used to purchase Tesco value toilet rolls they were just 40pence for a packet of 4 and were great value then one day I went through the till and they had shot up to £1 over night so I went on the search for a replacement. The next best deal I could find were these at 1.99 for a pack of nine rolls which worked out at the next cheapest offer. They come in a floral packet which is nice to look at if you keep the packet in the bathroom we hide ours away in a kitchen cupboard as my children have a habit of ending up turning themselves in to toilet roll mummies. This packet also makes it very easy to find it on the shelf while shopping. When you open ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/11 (Very useful, 115 readings)
Like many people I'm sure, I hate wasting money on toilet roll, however it is an essential and therefore I try to aim for the middle of the road, picking up offers and stocking up when possible. I'm certainly not a snob, but I really do not like the Tesco value toilet roll, and I think my husband would have a canary if I were to bring some home. At the same time, I refuse to buy fancy toilet roll at full price, and I try to buy a pack where the toilet roll works out around (or hopefully less) than the 40p mark, as I really think that is ample to pay for something that is flushed away. When there are no offers on better toilet rolls and I am running out of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
==Spring Force Toilet Roll== I am not usually a snob when it comes to toilet roll because generally even the most expensive one ends up in the same place as the more expensive brands. However when it comes to buying really cheap toilet tissue, you do always get what you pay for. I try to pick up toilet roll when it is on special and buying in larger amounts will often ensure that you are paying less per roll and ever per sheet but invariably when I run completely out this is the time when there are no special offers on and I have top pay top dollar for a regular 4 roll sized pack. In this instance I usually opt for the cheapest one I can get or at ... Read the complete review
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