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List of brands we tested in this review.
PriceExpand to view more details.
This is the price we paid at the time of testing. Price is per pack, and will vary depending on the size of the pack you buy.
enter value/s in increments of 1 between 1.15 and 36
Made from recycled paper
Indicates whether the product is claimed to be made from recycled materials (though this may not apply to the packaging or core). See FSC and PEFC certification for more details.
Shop Ethical Rating
Shop Ethical uses formulas based on third-party independent ratings to derive an Ethical rating for each company (not product) ranging from A for the best to F for the worst. NA means a rating for that company is not available. See the link to their website at the top of the main review page for more information.
In this test we assess how soft the toilet paper is. This is a subjective assessment conducted by a panel of five people.
enter value/s in increments of i between 55 and 90
Puncture test score
We assess the strength of the toilet paper by testing its resistance to puncturing. In this test a higher force is the most desirable result, meaning your finger is less likely to go through the paper.
enter value/s in increments of i between 45 and 90
Disintegration test score
We time how quickly the toilet paper disintegrates. The faster, the better – you want your toilet paper to break up quickly as it moves through sewage, making it less likely to block pipes. The quickest takes just over a minute to disintegrate while the longest takes just over 16 minutes to disintegrate.
enter value/s in increments of i between 0 and 90
Toilet paper generally ranges from two-ply to four-ply. This simply refers to the number of layers of paper used. Generally the higher the ply count, the thicker, softer, stronger and more absorbent the toilet paper should be.
Indicates where the product was manufactured. An '*' indicates that the product was substantively manufactured in Australia, but uses imported components of unknown origin.
FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) is an international, non-profit organisation that promotes responsible forest management. It achieves this by setting standards on forest products with a certification process. You'll find the FSC tree-tick logo on many toilet paper packs, but if you take a closer look at the fine print you'll notice there are three classifications to the label – FSC Mix, FSC Recycled, and FSC 100%.
The Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) is an international organisation that works to promote sustainable forest management.
Suitable for all toilet systems
Indicates whether a product specifically claims to be suitable for use with septic systems and composting toilets.
Included in this review
- Packaging material
- Packaging recycling mark
- Other environmental claims
- Shop Ethical Rating
- Cost per 100 sheets
- Overall score
- Separation test score
- Puncture test score
- Disintegration test score
- Softness score
- Number of sheets per roll
- Pack size tested
- Size of sheets (cm)
- PEFC Certified
- FSC Certified
- Biodegradable claim
- Made from recycled paper
- Suitable for all toilet systems
- Bleaching (chlorine free) claims