PGC85986

Bathroom Tissue

1 Ply - 3.88" x 4" - 264 Sheets/Roll - White - For Washroom - 20 / Pack

Reg. Price $22.17

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1-ply White tissue paper is squeezably soft, strong and affordably priced
Safe for septic tanks
264 Sheets/Roll
  • Additional Info
SKU
PGC85986
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
85986
Brand Name
Charmin
Packaged Quantity
20 / Pack
Product Type
Bathroom Tissue
Color
White
Number of Plys
1
Full Size
3.88" x 4"
Application/Usage
Washroom
Recycled
No

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CharminBathroom Tissue
 
3.6

(based on 415 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (217)

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    (43)

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    (31)

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    (30)

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    (94)

70%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

strength, flexiblity, and smells good

I recently gave a bridal shower to my daughter and played a game where the girls were divided into two groups and a one girl was chosen as a model....they had to...Read complete review

I recently gave a bridal shower to my daughter and played a game where the girls were divided into two groups and a one girl was chosen as a model....they had to design a wedding gown with veil and the bouquet out of bathroom tissue...I needed a tissue that would withstand the tugging and pulling and i chose charmin for its strength...everyone was amazed at how charmin allow flexibilie to make such a dress... The bride to be chose the winning dress and a nice gift was given to the group...Thank you charmin ..you are priceless..(If you would like to see the wedding dresses let me know) and the girls did ask what brand of bathroom tissue was it??? Hope I got some customer for you!!!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

yes

I buy Charmin all the time but recently due to money situations I couldn't buy our regular Charmin we buy. I had to purchase Charmin Basic I hated it this paper is hard and...Read complete review

I buy Charmin all the time but recently due to money situations I couldn't buy our regular Charmin we buy. I had to purchase Charmin Basic I hated it this paper is hard and no comfort in wiping even my little nieces and nephews asked for my other toilet paper. I wouldn't recommend the Charmin BASIC brand but I do recommend the other Brands Charmin Ultra Soft and Charmin Ultra Strong. I have been buying this brand for over 20 years now and this was the first time I got something I didn't like. I now will save my little extra money and make sure I have enough for the Charmin Ultra Soft and Charmin Ultra Strong to buy even if I have to give up something else when grocery shopping.

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1.0

I HATE Charmin Essentials. Bring back Basic!!!

By IBoughtThat

from Erie PA

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

I had been a loyal customer of the Charmin Basic brand for the last 3-4 years. It was THE perfect bargain toilet paper. Never had any problems. It was the perfect combination of strength and softness. Now... like everyone else I am looking for a new brand of toilet paper. I seriously hate... I mean really HATE Charmin Essentials. I tried the Essentials Soft and it was just awful! Completely paper thin and NOT at all soft. I won't even waste my money to try the Essentials Strong. If P&G cares about their customer's opinions and brand loyalty then bring back the original Charmin Basic.

 
5.0

Please bring back Charmin Basic!

By Whitney2016

from Tennessee

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

Please bring back Charmin Basic. Charmin Essentials in the Soft and the Strong version both are awful. Our family has bought Charmin Basic for years and were disappointed to see it gone for good. We have tried the Essentials, regular Charmin, and Charmin Ultra. Nothing compares. This was the best balanced toilet paper. Soft but not too thick and still strong.

 
3.0

It really is basic now.

By Jmorgan0153

from Ky

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

Been buying Charmin basic for years and so to our family's surprise and disappointment; the recent package I purchased is comparable to sandpaper. Your changes to the paper are very noticeable. It is see through, rough, and hard on the nether regions.We have decided as a family to rid ourselves of it and switched brands permanently.

 
4.0

Sorry to hear you discontinued Charmin Basic.

By rswar35

from Chicago

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

Sorry to hear you discontinued Charmin Basic. This paper was perfect as far as strength and safe on our septic. We've been buying it exclusively for years. Now will have to find an alternative.

 
3.0

Please change back!

By MelWash5

from Texas

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

I do not like the new "soft" Charmin Basic. I LOVED the previous version. It was a perfect balance before, now it is too soft. Why did you change a good thing?

 
5.0

The only one I want

By Judy50x

from Waterbury, CT

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

I don't like too thick or too thin paper and this one is perfect; it is the ONLY TOILET PAPER I want and I am having trouble finding it. I have been forced to try the other Charmin products and I don't like any of them even half as well as Basic. If I keep having trouble finding this product, I will have to start ordering it online, which I find absurd for toilet paper, but I am getting desperate. Please tell me where I can find this product in or near Waterbury, CT. I WANT MY BASIC!!!!!!

 
5.0

Perfect, exclusively used

By onlybasic

from georgia

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

Please keep making this toilet paper. It is about the only product I can use. I am allergic to something in many products.

 
5.0

Love charmin basic

By Jms68

from Missouri

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

I really hate that you changed charming basic. It was easy on our septic system and our tushes. Hate the new "soft". Please go back to the way it was

 
2.0

Quality going down

By Lisa6801

from Undisclosed

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

When this product first came out, it was excellent. Now, it is thinner, rougher, and just not as good quality overall. Highly disappointed.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wonderful product

By Kris

from Undisclosed

Comments about Charmin Bathroom Tissue:

Basically chemical free, very few ingredients, and one of few I am not allergic to. It's really soft and strong, too. Softer than most of the other toilet papers on the market. The last week or so I've had a hard time finding it in the stores. I hope you aren't going to discontinue making it.

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