KCC36371

Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels

1 Ply - White - Perforated, Absorbent - 15 - 15 / Pack

Reg. Price $32.60

Our Price $26.28 Per Pack

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Perforations to choose just the right size for your mess
No waste and no compromise on quality
Quickly and effectively absorb messes leaving surfaces clean and dry
FSC certified
No waste - good for your budget and the planet
  • Additional Info
SKU
KCC36371
Manufacturer
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
36371
Brand Name
Scott
Packaged Quantity
15 / Pack
Product Type
Paper Towel
Color
White
Number of Plys
1
Features
Absorbent
Recycled
No

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ScottChoose-A-Sheet Paper Towels
 
4.6

(based on 1184 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (881)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (193)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (43)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (20)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (47)

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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2.0

I'm Done

By SeeRichie

from South Philly

Comments about Scott Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

I used Scott Paper towels for yeeaaaarrsss. But in the pass maybe 2 yrs, they really cheapened down. It's like a weak recycled edition. I complained, a few months ago, and received a coupon worth 1.70. I'm switching brands. And I would only switch back, if SP ran a commercial like "you've spoken, we listened" --and truly started making what they used to!

 
5.0

simple good

By Leena

from Bridgeton New Jersey,United State

Comments about Scott Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

Love it never be place by any other brand, there no other brand that work like Scott, it should become American # 1 towel and tissues

 
1.0

Smaller, smaller, thinner, and thinner.

By KayPee

from Kentucky, United States

Comments about Scott Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

I see on some of the reviews Scott denies making any changes lately, but I bought 24 pack in July, and a 24 pack today, and there was a 95 square foot loss. That's More Than Two Rolls Missing. Sheets are now only 6 inches as they were 6.5 inches long 8 weeks ago. The price was higher though. I buy online so I don't get to see the changes until it's on my step. Scott is infamous for shrinking their products in every direction, less sheets, narrower rolls, narrower sheets, etc, and when you comment on it, they say they are doing it for the 'benefit of the customer', yet you won't see them dropping the price. I never did go back to their toilet tissue after so many shrinkages and it wasn't hard to find a similar replacement for less. For the 'benefit of THIS consumer', I'm done with all Scott products. They just can't be counted on to be anything but inconsistent.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Quality Control Slipping?

By Coach

from New Market, VA

Comments about Scott Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

I have been buying Scott Paper Towels for years. Over the last year or so, I have had more and more problems with a lack of perforations. The latest couple of rolls in this six pack only had perforations halfway across the paper towels. Though I like your product, I think someone needs to speak to your quality control people. I would hate to have to switch brands at this time.

 
1.0

No perforations!

By glennhardy

from Mystic, Groton, CT, United States

Comments about Scott Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

I am very disappointed in the latest batch of "Choose a Sheet" Scott paper towels. Usually, the towels tear reasonably well, but the entire current package of six has almost no perforations. We end up with shredded towels. BTW, we don't just grab them and pull...we're careful when we tear! No more Scott Choose-a-Sheet for us. Thanks.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

What a difference.

By Puchungita

from Reston, VA, United States

Comments about Scott Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

Looks like a change in my 73-year-old life for paper towels. Read a few reviews and responses indicate 'no changes in product'. How untrue. Just rearranged my storage cupboard and pulled out a few rolls from the rear that had been there a few years in order to place new Scott towel purchase. Unbelieveable the difference in the quality, especially the thickness and absorbency between the older packs versus newer. Will probably shop around for a bit more sturdy product. Response not necessary.

 
1.0

Thinner and thinner

By Maninthekitchen

from Westchester, NY, United States

Comments about Scott Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

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 Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

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 Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

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 Choose-A-Sheet Paper Towels:

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.

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