LEWISTON, ID - FEBRUARY 9: Lab technician Debi Grant of Potlatch Corporation Consumer Products Division looks over a new bio-friendly toilet paper called SepticSure, February 9, 2006 in Lewiston, Idaho. SepticSure, developed by Potlatch with premium softness and a thick 2-ply, is designed to break down within 30 seconds after flushing, making it ideal for recreational vehicles, marine toilets, and septic system use. According to EPA published data, one in four U.S. homes is hooked up to a septic tank. The rapid dissolving, soft, biodegradable toilet paper will fill a niche market in the $2.5 billion annual sales of bathroom tissue, nationally. (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)

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It’s the little things in life than can really bug people. In my house this weekend was “The Toilet Paper War”. I was going to one of the warehouse stores. I wanted the Scott 1000 and my wife, Pam, wanted the Angel Soft. We debated the merits of both for a half hour. I like the Scott 1000 because it lasts a long time and is a good value. Pam thinks it’s too thin. She likes the cushy feel of the “Angel Soft”. I like it too, but a single roll lasts about a day. We even went on to Consumer Reports. Both Angel Soft and Scott 1000 were in the top 5. At the warehouse store, though, they had the Scott 1000 and not the Angel Soft. In the end, we compromised and bought Cottonelle Ultra ComfortCare! :):)

I will have a review later in the week!:):)

Do you have toilet paper fights in your house?

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