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Seventh Generation™ 100% Recycled Unbleached Jumbo Paper Towels, 2-Ply, 120 Sheets Per Roll, 6 Pack Item # 308423
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Each sheet measures 11" x 9" — 120 sheets per roll, 6 rolls per pack!
- Made of 100% recycled materials, including 80% postconsumer recycled content.
- Natural unbleached design is made with no dyes, inks or fragrances, thereby saving natural resources by eliminating the whitening process. This process saves water and energy. Plus, the unbleached pulp paper is made with a chlorine-free process.
- 2-ply for extra absorbency.
|brand name||Seventh Generation|
|manufacturer||Seventh Generation, Inc.|
|paper towel size||9" x 11"|
|postconsumer recycled content||80%|
|total number of sheets||720|
|total recycled content||100%|
Seventh Generation™ 100% Recycled Unbleached Jumbo Paper Towels, 2-Ply, 120 Sheets Per Roll, 6 Pack is rated out of 5 by 13.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ontario from Why wrapped in plastic? Why go to the trouble of creating an unbleached, 100% recycled paper towel, and then wrap it in plastic? I would never buy this. I would far prefer an option of 2 rolls wrapped in paper. I hope that becomes available soon.
Date published: 2018-07-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by Naomi from Yep, they're thinner Why? Has anyone ever complained about paper towels being too thick? I used to love these paper towels, now I fear I have to find another brand.
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by lisasue from Getting thinner I have been purchasing these paper towels for years, and am very disappointed to find that they are much thinner now. I will not buy them anymore. Cost more , get less.
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by Melissa M from Packaging I love the idea of this product but am curious why each roll is individually wrapped in plastic. It feels like I am contributing to waste as I try to be ecofriendly. Feeling like a hypocrit. Is there a reason behind wrapping each roll instead of selling as a six pack?
Date published: 2016-11-06