Kitchen paper is essential in our day to day life, since it serves as a quick and convenient solution, and obviously we have different kitchen paper that we can buy on the market, some simpler, others double or triple roll that vary in the number of services and also the length.
But now the OCU has sounded the alarm signaling that some brands are marketing triple roll kitchen paper when in fact they are notAnd that means they’re charging more for something that doesn’t offer what you really need.
The OCU points out that a roll of standard kitchen paper is usually about 10 m long and has about 40 to 45 services. So a double kitchen roll is about 20 m long, and a triple roll is about 30 m long. Obviously the service numbers are doubled or tripled compared to the normal roll.
However, they state that in their analyzes have found that some rolls of kitchen paper that are advertised as triple are notbeing closer to the double ones but with the price of the triple ones.
Specifically, they talk about Giant Scottex and Colhogar For All Maxi rollwhich are shorter and hold less paper than other dual-roll compacts.
Specifically, they say that the Colhogar Para Todo Maxi roll measures 22.6 m Meanwhile he Giant Scottex measures 22.1 mfar from the approximate 30 m that the triple roll should have.
They also comment that these two rolls of kitchen paper have only 100 services, the same as some double rolls. Although Colhogar’s kitchen paper indicates the service number on its label, Scottex’s doesn’t directly mention it.
In this way, they recommend that you do not look at the promises of double or triple rolls of kitchen paper, but that you read the number of services or the meters of paper they offer on the label, since that is the key to what you are buying.