Bounty Select-A-Size Paper Towels, White (108 sheets/roll, 12 ct.)
Why we love this
"These are the best paper towels ever. I love them. It's so nice to only use a half of a full paper towel." - ski siren, Sam's Club Member
About this item
- Bounty, the Quicker Picker Upper*
- 2x more absorbent* than leading brand
- 12 rolls, 108 sheets/roll
- Also available in fun prints
Handle spills and messes with confidence with the Quicker Picker Upper*. These Bounty® Select-A-Size Paper Towels, White (108 sheets/roll, 12 ct.) package contains paper towel rolls that are two times more absorbent** and strong when wet. That way, when messes happen, you can get the job done quickly.
What Does Select-a-Size Mean?
With Bounty Select-A-Size Paper Towels, you get 12 rolls of Bounty, perforated to allow you to grab a little or a lot. Take care of spills, whether they're small or large, whether it's something you spilled out of a cup or whether it's an entire glass of milk. Bounty Select-a-Size Paper Towels are not only 2x more absorbent than the leading custom-size-it brand in the U.S. and the premium green-leaf towel in Canada. In addition to these Bounty basic paper towels, Bounty is also available in fun prints, such as floral or leaves.
How Environmental Are Bounty Select-a-Size Paper Towels?
Bounty Select-A-Size Paper Towels are made from all-natural materials. The wood pulp and water used to make the paper is sourced from both softwood and hardwood trees. Water-based printing ink is used only for decorative patterns. This Bounty 12-pack uses no ink. A water-based adhesive holds the two-ply product together as well as attaching it to the cardboard core. Finally, conditioners are used to improve softness and strength. All of Bounty's inner cores, cartons and paperboard packing are fashioned from more than 95% recycled fiber and are recyclable where programs exist. Bounty towels are compatible with composting. The pulp used to make the paper is elemental chlorine free (ECF), meaning no elemental chlorine gas was used during the bleaching process.
Procter & Gamble acquired Charmin in 1957, which was the company's first consumer-paper products business. Charmin Towels became a popular product, but knowing that customers cared about absorbency, Procter & Gamble developed Bounty towels, the Quicker Picker-Upper. *vs. leading ordinary brand **vs. the Custom-Size-It brand in the US and the Premium Green Leaf Towel in Canada