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Wet and Dry Toilet Paper

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Every third sheet is a flushable wet wipe. (you don't want to know why I thought of this)
xenzag, Sep 02 2010

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       How would you accomplish the separation between the different moisture levels - a thin layer of plastic or something?
jutta, Sep 02 2010
  

       I think the entire roll would have a second skin of thin plastic rolled up along with it. This would be torn off with each batch of the sheets required and discarded.
xenzag, Sep 02 2010
  

       [IT] the last thing anyone ever wants in toilet paper is a "significant breakthrough". Any sot of breakthrough is too much ... buy better quality paper.   

       // a thin layer of plastic or something? //   

       Maybe like those "Singles" processed "cheese" slices.
8th of 7, Sep 02 2010
  

       <<Maybe like those "Singles" processed "cheese" slices.>>   

       I knew there had to be a purpose for those things:   

       Every third sheet is a processed cheese single.
Twizz, Sep 02 2010
  

       Just avoid jalapeño flavor.
DrWorm, Sep 02 2010
  

       Before or after use ?
8th of 7, Sep 02 2010
  

       I was thinking about this the other day. How long has it been since a major advancement in toilet paper? When can we expect a transition to the three seashells?
Cedar Park, Sep 03 2010
  
      
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