The toilet paper you use is important folks at Handyman magazine actually spent time analyzing toilet paper to see which brands break down fastest in water. This is important because plugged toilets are important.

You do, of course know that the toilet is not a trash can. No wipes (even “flush-able” wipes), dental floss, tampons, diapers, pills or bacon grease.

But did you know that certain brands of toilet paper break down at different rates? The longer it takes for the paper to break down, the greater chance that it will block the pipes. Older, cast iron pipes catch more debris make clogs more common.

According to the October/November 2019 article FamilyHandyMan, Scott 1,000 breaks down the fastest. and Quilted Northern Ultra Plush the slowest.

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