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What is the difference between toilet paper and napkin? Using the wrong one will be a big trouble!

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(Summary description)Cough cough...well, today we are nagging about using toilet paper as a napkin to wipe their mouths. In life, we often see that many people carry some toilet paper with them and use it to wipe their mo

What is the difference between toilet paper and napkin? Using the wrong one will be a big trouble!

(Summary description)Cough cough...well, today we are nagging about using toilet paper as a napkin to wipe their mouths. In life, we often see that many people carry some toilet paper with them and use it to wipe their mo

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  • Time of issue:2018-07-27
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Cough cough...well, today we are nagging about using toilet paper as a napkin to wipe their mouths. In life, we often see that many people carry some toilet paper with them and use it to wipe their mouths after eating. Do you all know the consequences?

As we all know, illness comes from the mouth, and health care must be done first. Toilet paper, as the name suggests, is very hygienic, but it cannot be used as a napkin because of:

 

Cough cough...well, today we are nagging about using toilet paper as a napkin to wipe their mouths. In life, we often see that many people carry some toilet paper with them and use it to wipe their mouths after eating. Do you all know the consequences?  As we all know, illness comes from the mouth, and health care must be done first. Toilet paper, as the name suggests, is very hygienic, but it cannot be used as a napkin because of:  News Pictures  Toilet paper and napkins have different production hygiene standards. To produce toilet paper, you can use virgin fibers, recycled paper prints, printed white paper edges as raw materials, or use discarded household paper and medical packaging paper as raw materials. Napkins can only use wood, grass, bamboo and other virgin fibers as raw materials. Any recycled paper, printed paper products, and other recycled fibrous materials are not allowed as raw materials. This is the most essential difference.  Secondly, in terms of bacteria, napkins need to detect whether the fungus Pseudomonas aeruginosa exceeds the standard, while toilet paper does not have this requirement. That is to say, most toilet paper made of recycled paper may exceed the bacterial content, and fluorescent agents and talc may also be added. Such as harmful substances, fluorescent whitening agents generally use stilbene substances. If benzene and amino groups are combined, aniline and other organic amines will further damage the health of the body.  It can be seen that toilet paper is really not a substitute for napkins, otherwise it is really imported from the mouth. Some friends have to say: Since the control standard of napkins is higher than that of toilet paper, napkins are simply used instead of toilet paper. In fact, it is not the case. The wet strength of toilet paper is weaker than that of napkins. Toilet paper is used in the toilet. It is generally recommended to be flushed directly from the toilet to avoid air pollution in the toilet. Therefore, the production standard requires that the paper is easy to decompose when exposed to water, so it is not easy to cause decomposition Blockage of the cesspool. The wet strength of napkins is relatively high, and it is definitely not suitable for toilets. At the same time, in terms of paper material, napkins are not suitable for wiping private parts of the body.

 

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Toilet paper and napkins have different production hygiene standards. To produce toilet paper, you can use virgin fibers, recycled paper prints, printed white paper edges as raw materials, or use discarded household paper and medical packaging paper as raw materials. Napkins can only use wood, grass, bamboo and other virgin fibers as raw materials. Any recycled paper, printed paper products, and other recycled fibrous materials are not allowed as raw materials. This is the most essential difference.

Secondly, in terms of bacteria, napkins need to detect whether the fungus Pseudomonas aeruginosa exceeds the standard, while toilet paper does not have this requirement. That is to say, most toilet paper made of recycled paper may exceed the bacterial content, and fluorescent agents and talc may also be added. Such as harmful substances, fluorescent whitening agents generally use stilbene substances. If benzene and amino groups are combined, aniline and other organic amines will further damage the health of the body.

It can be seen that toilet paper is really not a substitute for napkins, otherwise it is really imported from the mouth. Some friends have to say: Since the control standard of napkins is higher than that of toilet paper, napkins are simply used instead of toilet paper. In fact, it is not the case. The wet strength of toilet paper is weaker than that of napkins. Toilet paper is used in the toilet. It is generally recommended to be flushed directly from the toilet to avoid air pollution in the toilet. Therefore, the production standard requires that the paper is easy to decompose when exposed to water, so it is not easy to cause decomposition Blockage of the cesspool. The wet strength of napkins is relatively high, and it is definitely not suitable for toilets. At the same time, in terms of paper material, napkins are not suitable for wiping private parts of the body.

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