I asked this question as I always buy the same brand in both these items -Kleenex -and this time I changed however do not know if the alternative brand is the same.
I will not however buy different brand of tissues as I find Kleenex is much softer than the others and as I use one every morning after putting various eye drops in my eyes, I need something very soft,
how strange -we must have been on the same wave length however in my case I decided the "good" one quality of toilet paper, has diminished and has got smaller in size -sneaky, so decided to try another one on special -LOL -bought 24 so bad luck if i dont like it!!!
I insist on soft,but not TOO soft in both of these items!! So I will sometimes buy what is on special,though usually stick to the same brands.
I decided when I first left home,that I would ALWAYS spoil myself by having the nicest toilet tissue I could afford!! And I have never gone back on this promised to myself.
On the subject of the former above, hate when the person before doesn't leave a 'tail' hanging from those 'big wheels' Shopping Centres' use.
Because you can't 'see' roll, you've no idea which way it'll unfold, so you roll it one way, no result, roll it the other way, & BINGO!
I now only go into cubicle there, if I can see a 'tail hanging'. This, of course, is providing they're all not being used! Sometimes the 'situation' is dire, so go into whichever vacant! Such is life as we get older!
When I move country, I buy lots of different brands to find the one I prefer, then I stick with that brand for as long as I can! I would rather spend more money on a good brand than make a false economy buying the cheapest tissue on offer.
'The Reject Shop' used to sell 32 rolls for $8.
Went in to replenish, & they're now 24 rolls for $6! I think that stinks! Still cheaper than Woolies', though. So I'll just keep buying them there until they cost as much as Woolies'.
Buy 'Symphony' 3 pack Tissues at Woolies'. They're very good value for money, IMO.
aldi pack of 4 large rolls very good value
when near an asian shop buy a pack of ten rolls all individually wrapped great value with these as well (daughter loves these as great to take camping) I always look for paper that is tightly wrapped around the cardboard cylinder.
i used to buy what ever was the best value for money, from Flankins/IGA, until Aldi’s came along, now all my loo paper is from Aldi’s. The last pack we bought was 24 rolls. If it feels nice, & doesn’t scratch my bottom, that’s a good thing!