Angel Soft Informative - Gets The Job Done, Minor Setbacks

Review by Mr.Stupid on 2011-06-26
Hi, I am picky about TP. Angel Soft is good. Leaves your buttocks clean, no pieces or lint left behind. But its a little rough. But barely. And its just a tad weak. They are right. "Angel Soft, An ideal balance of softness and strength" If you just want good, cheap toilet paper that is septic safe. This is it.
Comments:13 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-06-27
Posted by madconsumer on 2011-06-26:
this is the brand I use. I like the low price for standard rolls. they even come in double roll sizes.

great review.

very helpful!!
Posted by D on 2011-06-26:
I agree.. it is a good product for the price.
good review
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-06-26:
This is the brand I buy because it doesn't clog the toilet. With 3 young kids in the house, we need a toilet paper that won't cause the toilets to overflow. Plus, the price is affordable at Walmart
Posted by Alain on 2011-06-26:
Good information & thanks!
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-06-26:
I use Angel soft its the best.
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-06-26:
Angel Soft is good. I use northern. Unlike Charmin, it doesn't leave left over lint cruddleberries. haaahahaha
Posted by grandma005 on 2011-06-26:
Yes Angel Soft is the BEST.
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-06-26:
Feverishly dousing my eyes with battery acid in a attempt to rid myself of the sight or thought of "cruddleberries"...
Posted by jktshff1 on 2011-06-26:
dingleberries is what they are called down here..:)
Posted by Johanna on 2011-06-27:
LOL. This is the second TP review we've had this week.

On another note, I used to buy Angel Soft too until I started buying the Panda brand from Woodmans. Reminds me of Charmin, only not as expensive.
Posted by GenuineNerd on 2011-06-27:
Any TP that leaves "dingleberries" is not welcome in my house. I've used Angel Soft before and liked it. I typically use the "ultra" brands; I never had toilet-clog problems, since I use less TP with those. And I have good plumbing.
Posted by T on 2011-06-27:
"Minor setbacks" in the matter of toilet paper can end up staining the reputation of the manufacturer.

Personally, I have exercised delayed gratification by delaying getting HD cable, and use that money for buying Charmin. There is nothing more satisfying than soft cleansing action in that area of my body. No dingleberries here.

If the stock market continues to behave, maybe one day I will be able to make the move to HD. Until then, I'll sit on my shiny hiney and suffer through non-HD tv.
Posted by Whiteduck on 2011-06-27:
Dingleberries... Been awhile since I've heard that. Good to know this paper alleviates them.

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