Nobody tests toilet paper like Consumer Reports. To measure strength, we call in the Instron, a device that slowly pushes a steel ball through stacked sheets. Sensory panelists judge softness by gently caressing the individual sheets. Our number crunchers determine cost, looking past claims about jumbo rolls and wider sheets. At the end of our latest review, five toilet papers rose above the class of 25.
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