KCC36369

Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue

1 Ply - 4" x 4.50" - White - Soft, Absorbent, Unscented, Textured - For Washroom - 400 Sheets - 12 / Pack

Reg. Price $20.33

Our Price $17.76 Per Pack

Quantity In Stock!
Softness without needing to change rolls as often
Sensible combination of comfort and value
Safe for septic systems
  • Additional Info
SKU
KCC36369
Manufacturer
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
36369
Brand Name
Scott
Packaged Quantity
12 / Pack
Product Type
Bathroom Tissue
Color
White
Number of Plys
1
Full Size
4" x 4.50"
Features
Textured
Application/Usage
Washroom
Recycled
No
Green Compliant
Yes

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ScottExtra Soft Bathroom Tissue
 
4.5

(based on 5488 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (4264)

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    (619)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (169)

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    (143)

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90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Scott

It is good for the family and I would like to keep using the same brand

It is good for the family and I would like to keep using the same brand

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Why not recycled paper?

This seems like such a great idea since, when I'm not the one changing the roll, the tube doesn't always get recycled. However, I only buy recycled bath tissue. It seems ridiculous...Read complete review

This seems like such a great idea since, when I'm not the one changing the roll, the tube doesn't always get recycled. However, I only buy recycled bath tissue. It seems ridiculous to flush brand new paper down the toilet. PLEASE let me see Scott make a recycled bath tissue with the tubeless option, I'll be a customer for life!

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1.0

How many sheets/roll? 1 or 2 ply?

By Snailspiral

from Chattanooga, TN, United States

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

Have been using 1000 sheet Scott tissue for 35 years. I will consider tube free when you start posting the number of sheets per roll, and whether it is one or two ply.

 
5.0

I am happy to use Scott toilet paper

By LadyButterFly350

from Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

I'm in using Scotch for years even when my baby's was infant I've been married now for 14 years and that's how long I've been using Scott toilet paper Scott paper towels Scott white y'all have a mall and I butlove them even my family and friends and use them I buy some online I buy some and Sam's Club Walmart's Rite Aid y'all have them and I've been using for years and no other toilet paper paper towels that I will not use the scott [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

 
3.0

Can't get roll unglued/opened

By FrustratedUser

from Racine, Wisconsin

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

Why does one have to be a mechanical engineer or have long fingernails to get the 1000 tissue roll to start? You waste so much paper trying to start the roll and then it turns to shreds. Once you get past the shreds you are okay.

 
5.0

Scott extra soft

By cwjackson

from Covington, LA, United States

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

Absolutely THE BEST toilet paper, not too thick, not too thin. Thank you!!

 
1.0

The "Non-Product"

By Upset

from Brooklyn, NY, United States

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

Scott used to be my go-to toilet paper. Most stores carry it and it's a decent price. But Value? TERRIBLE! Onion paper is thicker. It is so thin it is see-through. Don't waste your money. Generic brands are better.

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1.0

Not the same

By LDRT

from Los Angeles, CA, United States

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

I have used Scott brand T.P. for more than twenty years. It is not the same quality that it used to be. It's 1 ply instead of two, It just dissolves away in seconds, so the value is no longer there either. I will not be buying Scott 1000 anymore. From Long time customer

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2.0

Not the same

By Amy17

from Missouri

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

I am relieved to see others saying this is not the same product it used to be! I have bought Scott tissue exclusively since 1993. I always buy the 12 or 15 pack, and they are distributed through four bathrooms. The last pack I bought is terrible. It feels rough, and side by side comparison with previous rolls confirms this. I actually prefer the paper in my workplace public restroom to this stuff. Not sure I can stand to finish out the 12 pack! Do I need to buy the "soft" variety now to get the product I expect? Very frustrating.

 
1.0

You can't scam a long time user!!

By Tinkerbell

from Puyallup, WA

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

Have purchased Scott toilet paper for 40 years and 7 children. You can keep saying the toilet paper has not changed but we are not buying it. The sheets are not only smaller but very thin. The rolls disappear so much faster. I was going to count the sheets but there may still be 1000 but it is 1000 sheets of poor quality toilet paper. Shame on you for trying to pass this off as the same quality product we have always counted on from what was once a great company.

 
1.0

Life long user..... no more

By ChrissyK

from Long Island, NY

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

The quality is not the same. It breaks apart in use. I have used Scott for many decades, shame to see another quality product go down...I have switched brands. My only concern there, is I had always trusted that Scott was safe for my cesspool, the new brand claims to be so....we shall see. Scott always was a bargain price too--- now it is the same as the brand that I switched to.

 
1.0

What a waste

By Alyciamarie

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scott Extra Soft Bathroom Tissue:

I coupon every Sunday and Scott tube just happened to be on sale last week. Let me tell you I will never buy it again ! The quality of toilet paper is fine but the amount of toilet paper they put on the roll is ridiculous. I am a family of 3 and a whole package of 18 rolls was gone within one week . You maybe get a day/day and a half for reach roll. The size of the rolls is not realistic for families with multiple children etc. I would never purchase this Scott product again very dissapointed.

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