With the improvement of the quality of life, everyone's requirements for toilet paper are getting higher and higher. However, many people still have misunderstandings a
bout toilet paper. They think that as long as the toilet paper is "white, soft, and thick," the quality will be good. In fact, toilet paper co
ntains many unSanitary
factors. The quality is not up to standard, mainly in the ash exceeding the standard, the tensile strength is low, the process is easy to be rotten, affecting the normal use effect of the product, the number of sample packaging marks is missing, and the actual quantity does not match, the total number of colo
nies exceeds the standard.
Some toilet papers are thicker to the touch, and the paper has a lower grade because the number of sheets of thick paper is less at the same weight. For example, D grade paper has about 270 or more per 500 grams, while E grade paper has only 250 or less. Therefore, in the case of the same weight, a thin pack of toilet paper should be selected. Since toilet paper is sold by weight, individual manufacturers add more fillers during the production process. The paper produced in this way is thick and hard, and has certain harm to the human body. Therefore, you should choose a softer toilet paper when purchasing.
Four strokes to distinguish between good and bad: look - pay attention to the production date and shelf life, and then look at the color of the paper through the package, the good paper color is white, no variegated. The paper is clean, tidy, without holes, wrinkles, and fine. If the paper is too dark, the deinking process is not good and the residual ink is harmful to health. However, the bleaching agent is too much white and not good, and it is the best in natural white or milky white. Ratio—The smaller the diameter of the intermediate paper roll in the middle of the roll paper, the more the roll paper. Pinch - pinch the roll paper, it feels not easy to pinch, indicating that the paper is very tight, more paper. Touch - see if the toilet paper drops powder, fades or even hair, if not, the paper does not work.
Tear the law. There is also a flaw when tearing. If it is a napkin made of pure wood pulp, when you tear it horizontally and then tear it vertically, the tearing mouth will be different when compared with the front and back. The difference is obvious; the bulk napkin is horizontally vertical. The tearing rips are the same. Soaking method. The qualified napkins are slowly soaked, and they will not rot off by hand. They will still be intact after being picked up by hand. Combustion method. The qualified paper towel is still relatively complete when burned. The color of the qualified paper towel is black, such as the burning color of charcoal, and the paper ash is a complete mesh.
The yellow paper that is popular in the market is actually divided into several categories, such as straw wood color paper, carpenter wood color paper, cotton wood color paper and fiber wood color paper. The first three are better. The first three kinds of damage environment are not cost-effective. The common point of cotton wood color paper and straw wood color paper is that there will be residual bacteria and pesticides. Long-term use will cause great damage to the human body, but the last one is fiber wood. Colored paper is easier to use. Bamboo fiber itself has anti-virus and inhibits the growth of bacteria. Compared with the previous papers, it is more absorbent, softer, more cost-effective, and the least harmful to humans.