They have even put a gimmick on their packages to get you to buy. And not just any gimmick, but one that will pull your heartstrings. Here's the deal: they have a label on the packaging for "Boxtops for Education" which helps schools across America earn cash for the things they need.
I don't know how many products do this, but I just hope that the other products are not as 'low-end' as this toilet paper. This toilet paper is so thin, my fingers poke a hole in it while trying to pull it off the roll. Keep the ointment next to the toilet, for the rash you may get from its rough feel. I don't mean to be so descriptive ... but(t) ... it takes about two arms' length to get the 'paperwork' done, hahahaha ... I know, I know, TMI! *smile*
I don't think I saw the word 'soft' anywhere, but I did see 'long lasting' ... NOT - this is false advertising. Scott paper products are all low-end, in my opinion. And when they do tout 'soft' - again, false advertising. It's called subliminal advertising.