Toilet paper. It's a basic household product, but we don't think about fabrics in our bathrooms every day (unless there's a global rarity). Of course, people don't always use toilet paper to do their business.
The process of making toilet paper has not changed significantly since Gaietti's time. It used to be made of trees, and today it is made of trees. Let's take a quick look at how it's done and why a better and more eco-friendly option is needed. You can also visit sheetglory.com/products/premium-100-Bamboo-Toilet-Paper to buy toilet paper.
The production of recycled toilet paper is a multi-step process. It is similar to traditional wooden toilet paper (sad face) but uses recycled paper.
This recycled paper is dumped into the pulp in a container filled with warm water. Air is injected into the pulp to remove the ink. The ink rises like foam and the foam is ejected from the surface. The pulp is bleached and then sent through large rollers to squeeze out the juice.
The flesh of the fruit is cut and placed on a large flat surface to dry. The dried paper is embossed for increased absorbency and strength and then fed on large rolls. Recycled toilet paper is rolled into long cardboard tubes and cut into the rolls you see in your bathroom.
Bamboo toilet paper is made of bamboo.
Making toilet paper without trees is similar to starting with a wooden tree, only bamboo is the original raw material. The bamboo is cut into small pieces and processed into a slurry with a mixture of heat and water.