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Andrew Bolt
Friday, February 27, 2009 at 12:41pm

Natural living” advocates unveil their latest planet-saving invention

Wallypop Family (or Toilet) Wipes
Re-useable Cloth Toilet Towels.

As seen on The Drudge Report, Australian News, all over the Internet, and as heard about on Syndicated radio!

"Alright," you say, "You've convinced me about cloth diapers, and I understand using cloth gift bags and napkins. But cloth toilet paper??" For some people, making the switch to cloth toilet wipes is a huge leap, that's true. But it doesn't need to be! 

Using cloth toilet wipes actually has many advantages. For one, it's a lot more comfortable and soft on your most delicate body parts. It's also more economical, uses less paper, and saves you those late-night trips to the store. And cloth wipes can be used wet without any of the sopping disintegration that regular toilet paper is prone to. For a discussion of the practical aspects of using cloth toilet wipes, please check out our page detailing How to Use Cloth Wipes.

Lately, with all the media attention, there've been a lot of naysayers talking about the stench. I can honestly say, our wipes don't stink. They don't go into a sealed container. They go into a little (lidded) garbage can in the bathroom. Many people use a wet bag, as pictured below. There is no odor.

For a succinct answer to many of the most common questions or concerns regarding wipes, please visit my blog post on the subject.

Soft Cloth Toilet Wipes Details:

Family Wipes: $11 per dozen basic, $20 per dozen premium, hemp, or sherpa

 Surely it’s time global warming believers marked their houses with some sign, a green pentacle or something, as a warning to visitors to enter at their own risk.