Demeter wrote: ↑
Wed Jul 12, 2017 1:34 am
And that particular toilet paper was the only soft toilet paper option at the store at the time, and I still had money back then. I mostly use it for blowing my nose because it's soft enough to not irritate my nose. And it was like 12 rolls or something.
The first step in the process of making soft tissue paper is creating paper pulp, which can be generated from recycled or new materials. The paper pulp is processed with a Yankee dryer, a drying cylinder heated by steam. This dryer puts the pulp through a process called creping.
The hood above the roller dries the pulp with a forceful heat as the roller turns and a fine blade scrapes the tissue down to the soft, desired thickness.The tissue does not get completely scraped away, because the roller is first sprayed with protein glue (hide glue) known in this application as creping glue.
The creping process gives the paper flexibility and creates open areas for water absorption. A micro-fold structure is formed inside the paper layers to create these open areas.
Haha, you're wiping you nose and body with dead animals.
Inb4 she researches a truly vegan brand she's never even heard of and lies saying it's the brand she's using. Notice she gave no details about the origin or brand of the TP. You know if it was truly vegan and animal free, she would've said that for sure.