KCC02068

Paper Towel

7.87" x 400 ft - White - Paper - Absorbent, Nonperforated - 12 / Carton

Reg. Price $86.97

Our Price $60.61 Per Carton

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Superior hand-drying
Absorbs more water faster for superior hand drying
60% recycled content; 40% post-consumer material, FSC and EcoLogo Certified
Fits hard-roll towel dispensers
Nonperforated for easy customization
  • Additional Info
SKU
KCC02068
Manufacturer
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
02068
Brand Name
Scott
Packaged Quantity
12 / Pack
Product Type
Paper Towel
Color
White
Full Size
7.87" x 400 ft
Features
Nonperforated
Material
Paper
Certifications & Standards

EPA

Recycled
Yes
Green Compliant
Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority
FSC

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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ScottPaper Towel
 
4.6

(based on 1178 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (880)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (192)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (43)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (19)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (44)

93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Love paper towels

I love Scott Paper Towels, they are a true necessity in my home. They are absorbing, good quality, and make my life much easier. They are the quicker picker upper for all...Read complete review

I love Scott Paper Towels, they are a true necessity in my home. They are absorbing, good quality, and make my life much easier. They are the quicker picker upper for all my jobs, love them.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

My first time being dissatisfied...

I bought these paper towels recently. They are the same paper towels that I always purchase. This time, they are tearing apart more easily than toilet paper. Wet or dry, they are...Read complete review

I bought these paper towels recently. They are the same paper towels that I always purchase. This time, they are tearing apart more easily than toilet paper. Wet or dry, they are ripping. Sometimes, before I even get them off the roll, they rip as I am attempting to tear a sheet away. I am not sure if Scott has changed the way that they make these towels or if I just got a bad set. I am not used to them being this weak and am highly dissatisfied with this product. I have never written a review on paper towels but I felt compelled to as I usually love the Scott brand and don't want to stop buying their products if it is just an error in manufacturing.

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1.0

Thinner and thinner

By Maninthekitchen

from Westchester, NY, United States

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

All paper towels are thinner and less useful than they used to be. 2-ply Scott are like one-ply used to be from other brands. I have recently begun to use cotton/cloth towels to wipe up. So far so good. Adios, I hope, to the paper towel industry, especially to Scott.

 
2.0

Disappointed

By Bev l

from nj

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

Just bought a new 6 pack. They are now much thinner than the previous rolls. As usual, price may stay the same but quality disappears. Time for a new brand of towel

 
5.0

Reusable paper towels

By Lili

from Arizona, Estados Unidos

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

I used to buy a paper towel that I could wash and use again about 3 to 4 times. I thought that it was a Scott one. Do you still carry it?

 
2.0

Choose-A-Sheet

By mmpanther

from Lakeland, FL

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

We purchase a pack of the choose-a-sheet paper towels and the rolls were not perforated. It was like have one whole sheet on a roll.

 
5.0

Perforation

By Soul44

from Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

I love this product, Scott is strong and last longer than the cheap store brands or any other brand, matter of fact. The only suggestion I have is to make the perforations a bit better for a cleaner tearing from sheeet to sheet.

 
1.0

Skimping

By Anthonyfryou

from Rochester, NH, United States

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

I used to always buy these towels. I swore by your brand. Why did you get so cheap. Now they r like Toilet paper. Hate them.

 
1.0

What Have You Done?

By Poilkj

from Los Angeles, CA, United States

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

I have used Scott Paper Towels for decades. The last package I bought has such a strong chemical smell that I have to store them in the utility closet and let each roll air out on the patio before using in the kitchen. Historically I would have rated this product with 5 stars. This last purchase rates only 1 star. I will buy Scott again in hopes this is a fluke. Please, let this be an aberration and not yur new standard!

 
1.0

Worst Paper Towels Ever

By vbriggs1963

from Levittown, PA

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

WORST towels ever, Feel like cheapo brand, I bought a 12-roll mega pack, big mistake.These towels are a BIG disappointment, thin one-ply is worthless, even doubling them does not help, they rip like tissue paper. I have 10 rolls left, I am going to donate them to the shelter because I don't want them. I will go back to store brand that costs less and more durable. Nothing MEGA about these rolls

 
5.0

strong

By loveboat

from texas

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

i boutht this ih2016 been byit every since it is strobg and loveable

 
5.0

Lola

By Lola

from Chicago, IL, United States

Comments about Scott Paper Towel:

This is one fo my favorite paper towels, is strong and resist.

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