I personally think there is something fishy going on at Kimberly-Clark regarding their “Without Pattern” Scott 1000 Toilet Paper. Why? Because prior to COVID, I could always find and purchase the Scott 1000 toilet paper “”Without Pattern.” I think the “Without Pattern” is one-ply. Every store I go into now doesn’t have the “Without Pattern” toilet paper. The stores only carry the Scott 1000 that has “three different patterns.” The “patterned” toilet paper (aka QUILTED) rolls might have less sheets (I still have to count a roll of quilted to see if it has 1000 sheets) and is much thicker. Which means it gets used up faster. Or perhaps I’m supposed to use less per use because it’s thicker? Forget that! If I wanted to use quilted toilet paper, I would have started buying different brands over 20 years ago. Yup – that is how long I have been a LOYAL CUSTOMER, LOYALLY using the Scott 1000 “Without Pattern” toilet paper.
Today I called Scott Brands (877) 856-7268 and spoke to Customer Service. This is where I learned that there are four kinds of Scott 1000 toilet paper:
- Without Pattern
- Different Pattern #1
- Different Pattern #2
- Different Pattern #3
So even though there are four different types of Scott Brand 1000 toilet paper, Scott says they do not differentiate between the four styles to stores when stores are ordering the Scott 1000 toilet paper from Kimberly-Clark. They could at least differentiate the “Without Pattern” from the “Different Pattern.” It seems incomprehensible that Scott doesn’t give stores a choice between the two when stores order.
When I look on the internet to order some, I always look at the surface of the toilet paper in the photo (see photo above), and there is always a pattern; it’s never “Without Pattern.” I have been looking for months.
I don’t think they really make the “Without Pattern” toilet paper anymore. Is it too expensive to make and the Patterned toilet paper is cheaper to manufacture/more profitable? I just want Kimberly-Clark to be transparent if they are no longer making it.
What do you think?
If you find some online in the United States, let me know. If I hear from Kimberly-Clark, I will update my post. Thank you.