Fun Facts

About 75% of the world’s population does not use toilet paper, they use water instead!

Before TP, people used everything from fruit peels, sticks, hay, even stones to do their daily wiping! No thank you.

and up until 1935, TP often had splinters in it due to the production techniques used. Talk about a rough wipe, yikes!

A not so fun fact: 30,000 trees are cut down every DAY to meet the global demand of toilet paper. That's 10 Million trees a year.

It can take each of those trees decades to grow back before being ready to be harvested again, compared to just a few months for bamboo.

The daily production of toilet paper is about 83,048,116 rolls per day

Did you know toilet paper and facial tissues aren’t the same thing? TP is specifically made to decompose faster after getting wet, allowing it to more easily dissolve in septic systems.

7% percent of Americans admit to taking home the toilet paper rolls in hotels or motels.

While many others admit to bringing their own favorite TP to the hotel.

When asked what they’d bring if they were stuck on a deserted island, 49 percent of people said they’d bring TP before food.

It takes about 384 trees to make the toilet paper that one man uses within his lifetime.

The average person uses nearly 57 sheets a day, and 100 rolls of toilet paper annually (over 20,000 sheets), and the average household flushes nearly 80,000 sheets a year! That's a lot of trees down the drain.

TP has been around since the 6th Century, and there is actually a National TP Day to celebrate it, August 26th! To commemorate the first time it was ever sold on a roll in 1871.

They even manufactured colored toilet paper in the United States for nearly 40 years, before it stopped being sold in 2004.

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