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Bums, eh? A source of great amusement for four year olds, that's for sure. They're very useful - for sitting on, dancing with and for eliminating waste. And they need to be wiped. I am going to be honest, I am just not dark green enough to have re-useable toilet sheets, I am sorry. I really, really am not. So, I did some research and I think this is the next best option available.
1) An Australian company
2) Gives 50% of profits to aid in the provision of clean water and toilets (this is what they claim, so I am hoping it's the honest truth).
3) Recycled paper
4) Fragrance, dye, chlorine-free
5) Paper wrapped
1) Made in China. All the recycled loo roll I have researched is though. I would love to hear of anyone who is making it in Australia.
2) Not coreless. Come on people - cordless is possible. I have seen it! I have purchased it. In Japan, admittedly, but it can be done.