Plenty Kitchen Paper Reviews
Product Type: Other Brands Kitchenware
Description:Brand: Others / Product Type: Kitchen Paper
Newest Review: ... more economical for me to use. I can now say that it did live up to it - a value pack of kitchen roll has never ended up in ... more
by - written on 29/12/07 (Very useful, 152 readings)
I've certainly found that, since having a baby, the contents of my shopping trolley have changed. One product that I've found I can't be without that I hardly ever considered before is kitchen paper. Previously I'd just buy whatever was the cheapest paper and a roll would last for months - in fact, I don't think I could say what I used it for. Now, however, I seem to use paper like it's going out of fashion! Yes, I know it's not necessarily that environmentally friendly but it's convenient and that counts for a lot at the moment, particularly if you've a crying child to see to! My paper of choice is Bounty. I've found it to be far superior to most other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/03, updated on 30/01/03 (Very useful, 533 readings)
Long, long ago in Philadelphia Arthur Scott, head of the now Kimberley-Clark paper company, received a railroad car full of paper rolled too thick for the toilet tissue which they produced. This was in 1900 and, presumably in those days, they didn't just put it down to wastage, return it in exchange for a credit note or enter it as a tax loss. Clever Mr Scott remembered that a local school teacher was using soft paper to stem the runny noses of her pupils to prevent germs being transferred to cloth roller towels. So Arthur perforated the unwanted paper and tried to sell it as rolls of towels, each 13" wide and 18" long. Although it took a long ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/13 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Let me point out that I've never previously been loyal to any brand of kitchen roll. I always used to buy the cheapest supermarket one, after all, it's only used to wipe up mess. After being used for five seconds, it just ends up in the bin, never to be seen again. I don't buy many branded products on my supermarket shop in general, I mostly opt for supermarket own labels with a few exceptions (like cornflakes!). The cost of the 'value' kitchen roll just seemed to go up and up, until eventually it reached £1.25 for two rolls. That might still sound cheap, but I also thought it had become far worse in quality. I'll be frank, it went from being ok to being ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/11 (Very useful, 3 readings)
Plenty Kitchen rolls do a fantastic job at absorbing all kitchen spillages I always find, from milk to water to fruit juice, etc. They are also good at holding teabags and other bits of soggy food without the paper going all drippy and limp and then breaking off like the other cheaper brands do before you manage to run off to the bin. You can buy them in either packs of two, four or three. The bigger the pack then the more economical but these kitchen rolls tend to be quite a bit more expensive than the shops own brand, like Tesco or Asda for instance. I have bought them recently in a pack of three which cost me £3.68 but sometimes they can be found ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I have to have a good stock of kitchen roll in my house as I hate how dishcloths can smell after only one or two uses so quite often I prefer to use kitchen towel as dispose of it as I go. Having tried less expensive brands, I do keep coming back to Plenty (formerly Bounty) as one of the better ones on the market. A two pack of Plenty costs around £1.86 but you can also buy four for £3.68 and eight for £4.50 packs (based on Tescos). If you fancy it you can also purchase Plenty with fun prints on or even ones with different border designs (to fit in with your home) lol! The plastic packaging states that they now have new dura lock with an arrow ... Read the complete review
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