A Money Market expert on TV recommended using this toilet tissue since, after testing, it rated far beyond the rest.
This Money Market Expert stated that the product was called:
White Cloud from Walmart, 3-ply, Ultra Soft and Thick.
This ad does not say Ultra Soft and Thick, so I am wondering if this is what he was referring to. Can anyone help?
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
on White Cloud Ultra Comfort Bathroom Tissue, 12 ct
If you are referring to Consumer Reports, yes, this is the product that they were referring to. It is 3 ply not 2 ply (although you do have to be careful because they sell 2 ply also for the same price). The title says "Ultra Comfort Bathroom Tissue"; however, the actual packaging (which you can see if you zoom in) within the pink banner does say "3 ply Ultra -Ultra Soft and Thick". It's cheaper, stronger and better quality than the rest.
You have to look very carefully to find the 3-ply product because White Cloud also comes in a 2-ply. The 3 ply product is listed as "White Cloud Ultra Comfort Bathroom Tissue, 12 ct" I would say this ad for ultra soft and thick is not the correct product.
I think it compares to Northern. Not ultra soft or thick. Not 3 ply that I could tell. I dont have the outside pkg anymore. The rolls are smaller than Northern, I compared them.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
I wondered the same thing - I saw it referenced in a CU report, but could't find an exact match in Walmart online- so - I tried it! And I like it! It beats the Charmin I used to get from Peapod both in comfort and economy. Walmart calls it "White Cloud Ultra Comfort Bathroom Tissue, 12 ct"
answered 1 year, 5 months ago