Cottonelle toilet papers are a winner: They’re so good they’ll keep you clean
The Cottonelle brand of toilet paper is making a comeback after decades of failure.
The brand has been around since the 1960s and has sold over 20 million paper towels, according to the company.
The new product is called Cottonelle.
The company says it’s made from recycled polyester fibers that it is able to absorb and break down.
It is available in a variety of colors, which makes it great for everyday use.
The toilet paper has a high density, softness, and the fibers absorb water.
According to the brand, the material is safe and environmentally friendly.
Cottonelle, which is owned by the conglomerate Unilever, also offers a line of other products, including paper towels and laundry detergent.
The cottonelle brand is part of a growing number of companies that are making toilet paper from recycled materials.
Earlier this month, the maker of the Kool-Aid company Unilevel announced that it would use recycled materials in its toilet paper.