How many miles of toilet paper does a woman use in a year?
**This can't be right. That suggests that a woman uses a mile of toilet paper a day. That's 5,280 feet of TP a day? No. Sorry. That's not right.*
It depends on the size of the roll,
99.9% of people on earth use toilet paper Wrong. Hardly 15% world population uses/afford toilet paper.
Yes. Many brands now promote the fact that their toilet paper is 100% recyclable.
There are anywhere from 350 to 500 sheets of toilet paper on one roll
There are about 538 toilet paper companies in the world. As of 10-19-2013.
A toilet paper roll will vary depending on toilet paper thickness and how many pieces are on a roll. The average length is 4 to 5 feet long.
How many rolls of toilet paper would it take to fill a basketball court?
601, I guess. BUT IF YOU USE IT THE NUMBER DECREASES! pEACE OUT HOME DOGS
They use toilet paper, just like in many other countries, although many home toilets are equipped with bidets.
The advantages of toilet paper are that it is easy and intuitive to use, fairly absorbent, and it can be flushed in most countries where toilet paper is common. Most modern sewage systems, including septic tanks, can accept toilet paper along with human excreta. In many instances, used toilet paper is placed in a tin or dustbin next to the toilet if the plumbing or septic system cannot cope with toilet paper. Misplacing the soiled… Read More
Yes, if you do a search for Hello Kitty toilet paper, there are many results. See the related links below for a few of them.
toilet paper. tissue .cardboard .newspaper ,construction paper ,cup ,bowls. i reuse my toilet paper many times its very useful , my family doesnt mind sharing eachothers waste on the paper so this comes in very handy
Each brand of paper towel has a different amount.
Some do and some don't. Check out this report on many brands of toilet paper. http://www.nrdc.org/land/forests/tissueguide/ratings.aspx
depends how long the roll is
That depends on... (a) how big the football pitch is, (b) how big a single sheet of toilet paper is and (c) how many sheets are on a roll !
Toilet paper (also called "bathroom tissue") is made from recycled paper. It starts by many different kinds of paper being mixed together in a solution to remove ink, is then pulvarized, reformed into very thin and soft paper, and then bleached and/or scented.
2, but only before 12!
10 percent ate toilet paper...
Toilet paper, condoms and mars bars.
Not unless you are from the unknown species Homo aegagrus : Toilet Paper is made up of a compound known as Cellulose. Which, as many may know, is an essential component of plant cell. Only Goats and other ruminants can digest Toilet paper because they have an enzyme cellulase which helps them to digest it.
There is Charmin, Royale, Majesta, Cottonelle, Cashmere, Scott, and many many more.
remember to wipe good.
It varies a lot between brands.
there are many ways the clog a toilet 1. you can take a big dump 2. put lots and lots of toilet paper in it 3. put foreign objects in it 4. get a cheap low flow toilet
yes. In Northern England, many people eat toilet paper. It is a much better source of nutrients than conventional veggies like carrots and cucumbers. You have inspired me to troll better.
nobody quite knows how much toilet paper there was on the Titanic, bust most certainly not more then 300 rolls. It is true that there were many people on board but people in those days, did not like to use the bathroom, and bathe a lot. they did not use tons of toilet paper like we do now, back then, if they needed to use some after going to the bathroom,and i soppose only the… Read More
Less than one.
About 384 trees. This is how many trees are used to make the toilet paper rolls that one American uses within his or her lifetime. Here is the math: "It takes 48 full grown trees to make roughly 500 rolls of toilet paper. So using that number it takes about 1/10th of an adult grown paper tree to produce 10 rolls of toilet paper. Every American in the United States, roughly 300+ million, uses at… Read More
Average sheet of toilet paper being 4 inches square, you would need approximately 900000 squares to reach 300000 feet.
Advantages: It's an easy way of cleaning up. Disadvantages: Your hands may get soiled while wiping. You have to keep buying more paper, and trees have to be cut down to provide toilet paper. Many countries (especially in Asia) have a water spray beside the toilet that they use instead of paper. This good idea cuts down on paper use and saves trees. It also keeps your hands clean.
Too many to answer. Different countries all over the world have their own various brands.
Yes the Home Depot sells many different makes and models of toilet paper holders. You can get them in a range of colors, and many types of materials. Most are self install and will only take a couple of minutes.
I've counted - it had 159 pieces
75 i counted just for you and my mom wasnt very happy either
Toilet paper used to come in sheets and not on rolls and then the rule was two and you "rough them up" to increase absorbency. Two to three is the "rule of thumb" but you may well repeat the steps many times to assure the Klingons do not leave rings around Uranus! If you know what I mean...
Charmin toilet paper is very thick, and doesn't break down well in water. I am a plumber and have augered many sewers, pulling out intact squares of Charmin. Something so thick and heavy gets caught in any imperfections in the sewer line, and will also settle in any dips there may be. A good brand of toilet paper will dissolve and be washed away like it was water.
yea Answer: Depends on local and cultural norms. While co-disposal of all waste in toilet is common in Europe and North America, in many third world countries "night soil" is recovered for fertilizer. The toilet paper is put into a container near the fixture itself.
How long should a roll of toilet paper last i have 2 roomates 2 small kids i put a new roll did not last a week?
Well - that kinda depends (a) how many times the people in your place need the toilet and (b) whether they're using the toilet paper for something other than its primary purpose (for example they could be using it to mop up spills)
There are tons! there's Charmin, Scott, Whitecloud, and the list just keeps going and going and going.
it means it just started. do not worry- it happened to me many times.
Many locals say that it is endangered because they used to hunt them and use them as toilet paper. they disappeared from overhunting.
That's going to vary a lot depending on how many people are in your household, what brand of TP you buy, and how much each person typically uses. You can probably get by happily at $25 per month, but if you have a large family or expensive tastes in toilet paper, it might be more.
Stan about a 45 degree angle from the toilet one sqwirt of pee will do it.
Yes, rabbits can play with and even eat plain cardboard, like the kind found in the tubes in the middle of toilet paper and paper towel rolls. Avoid bleached paper, shiny/slick labels and stickers, toxic glues and inks (non-toxic is common, though -- but make sure beforehand!), dirt, etc. Toilet paper tubes are a very common (and free!) toy for rabbits! Consider stuffing it with hay -- many rabbits love that, and it encourages hay… Read More
you can use many many things but to name a few: lego water bottle toilet paper roll just remember to be creative
One study listed an average of from 20 to 40 sheets (more for more bathroom visits). If using it for other than toilet purposes, it would be more.
A roll of standard newsprint at a 42" diameter has just over 8 miles of paper. Most daily newspapers would use a 50" diameter which would have more than 10 miles of paper.