For millions of people around the globe, toilet paper is the default choice when it comes to cleaning up after a visit to the toilet. You take care of business, grab some toilet paper for assistance, and flush. Yet flushable wipes and bidets have made enough noise that you’re probably at least aware of them, especially since flushable wipes are eco-friendly.
Bidets might not be your thing, and that’s completely fine. However, wet wipes are similar enough to toilet paper that they deserve some consideration. These flushable wipes aren’t just for babies (though they are great for babies) – wet wipes are made for everyone.
Believe it or not, your wipe of choice impacts more than your experience in the bathroom. What you choose also impacts our planet. Here’s an in-depth review of toilet paper and flushable wipes so you can make the choice that works best for you.
The Case for Toilet Paper
Toilet paper has been around for almost two hundred years and is still so popular today because it’s convenient and reliable. Is it still the best choice in 2020? Let’s take a look:
- Toilet paper can be relatively inexpensive, is easy to find, and comes in a variety of textures and thicknesses so you can find what works for you.
- Since it’s made from paper, it bio-degrades quickly and efficiently so you never have to worry about it ruining your pipes or sewage system.
- The texture of toilet paper can be rough on those with sensitive skin.
- On some occasions, it can take quite a lot of toilet paper to ensure you’re feeling fresh and clean. The dry texture of toilet paper can make the cleaning process more difficult.
- Some toilet papers are chlorine bleached to give them that pristine white color. This bleaching process produces dioxin, which is a harmful chemical byproduct and is bad for the environment.
The Case for Flushable Wipes
Flushable wipes have become more popular because they offer a different experience than typical toilet paper. Here’s how they stack up:
- Flushable wipes are often stronger than toilet paper, making them more effective when it comes to cleaning.
- The moisture in wet wipes also helps with the cleaning process, so you can feel fresh and clean without using many wipes.
- Flushable wipes are great for cleaning up messes outside of the bathroom too, proving to be much more versatile than toilet paper.
- Some flushable wipes contain plastic, which never decomposes and is bad for the environment.
- Some wet wipes are marketed as if they are flushable even though they do not break down in water.
Simpleaf Helps You Bridge that Gap
Toilet paper and flushable wipes both have benefits and drawbacks, leaving you to wonder which is the better option. However, what if there was a product that offered all the benefits without any of the drawbacks?
Simpleaf wet wipes are maximize your benefits and minimize the negatives! These wet wipes are stronger, thicker, and moister then other options on the market so they can efficiently tackle any mess. Plus, Simpleaf wet wipes are made without harmful or harsh ingredients, so they are perfect for those with sensitive skin.
Simpleaf wet wipes are also eco-friendly. These wet wipes are made with 100% plant-based viscose and no plastic-based materials are used in their creation. This means these flushable wipes are perfect for your household, your body, and for environmental sustainability.
Whether you’re shopping for yourself or for your baby, Simpleaf has exactly what you need. Shop now!
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