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- Full 11" x 11" sheets let you use on desks, tables, floors and more.
- A super-absorbent Bounty paper towel will soak up large spills fast.
- Keep Bounty towel rolls on hand for all your cleaning needs. Stock up with a case of Bounty paper towels that will keep you running for an extended period of time.
|Manufacturer #||PGC 88197|
|manufacturer||Procter & Gamble|
|number of paper towels per roll||55|
|paper towel size||11" x10 2/5"|
|total number of paper towels||660|
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*Vs. leading ordinary brand.
At a Glance
- 2X more absorbent so you can use less (vs. leading ordinary brand)
- Available in many sizes and prints
Features & Benefits
2X more absorbent
So you can use less (vs. leading ordinary brand).
Bounty® comes in a range of decorative prints.
Roll Size Comparison
Pick the right size of Bounty® roll for your family:
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If you love the strength of Bounty paper towels, try Charmin Ultra Soft® toilet paper and Puffs Ultra Soft & Strong® facial tissues.
Also try Bounty Quilted Napkins®
Just one napkin keeps you covered, so you can let it all spill out.
Product Comparison Chart
A: Bounty comes in a range of decorative prints. You are bound to find a paper towel to complement your style. Explore our selection of delightful prints to add a fresh, happy, eclectic twist to your home. Also check out Bounty Quilted Napkins®, which are available in Everyday prints and Select prints.
Q: What are some uses for your smaller-size-sheet paper towel, Bounty Select-a-Size®?
A: Bounty Select-a-Size is perfect for spills both big and small, so you can always be sure you have the right-size sheet for the job.
Q: Is it true that Bounty makes napkins?
A: Yes, Bounty does make napkins. Bounty Quilted Napkins have the quilts and strength we've all come to trust. Available in Everyday prints and Select prints.
Q: Is it OK to use Bounty paper towels to clean my plastic eyeglass lenses?
A: Most opticians do not recommend using paper products to clean plastic lenses. Paper comes from wood. Wood fibers, even though very soft, can damage sensitive plastics. Check with your optician to see what is recommended for cleaning your plastic lenses.
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