How to Use Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist

How to Use Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist

We all have strong opinions on our toilet paper, whether you prefer the crisp dryness of Scott,  the cushy softness of Charmin, or somewhere in between. But whatever your choice of toilet paper, Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist works with every brand.

First, let’s talk about about why you need to consider using Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist. The fact is that it just makes sense to add some wetness to your wipe. Most of the world does, but here in the U.S., we got into the habit of using dry paper when the Industrial Revolution ushered in invention and innovation in every sector of home life, including the bathroom.

In 1857, the first modern toilet paper was invented by Joseph Gayetty and called Gayetty’s Medicated Paper. It was sold in a package of flat sheets watermarked with Gayetty’s name and remained in production until the 1920s. Dubbed “The greatest necessity of the age!” in advertisements, it became just that. By the time that toilet paper had evolved from flat, stacked sheets to the perforated sheets wrapped around a cardboard tube that we see lining grocery store aisles today, it indeed was a necessity. And once modern toilet paper became mass marketed and an accepted and essential accessory of any bathroom, the whole idea of incorporating moisture for wiping in American bathrooms went out the window.

The problem is that toilet paper, no matter how soft or dry, just doesn’t do a thorough enough job. Soft paper, like Charmin, can fall apart if you are too insistent in your wiping, while dry paper like Scott toilet paper can be scratchy rather than absorbent.

The good news is that both types of toilet paper and anything in the range in between are absolutely perfect for wiping when married with Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist. Here’s how we suggest that you can best put Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist to use:

1.    Do Your Business:

We know you don’t need our advice on doing this, but we do recommend you make sure you have some Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist on hand. If you are at home, you can just keep a bottle handy by the toilet. If you are on the go, at work, or travelling, just tuck a travel-size bottle in your purse, computer bag, or suitcase. You can choose from six fresh scents: Citrus Burst, Ocean Breeze, Rainforest, Coco Beach, Pink Grapefruit, and Island Mist.

2.    Prepare Your Paper:

Now, some of us like to fold our toilet paper neatly in squares, and others like a nice cushiony wad. Whatever your preference, once your have your paper ready, put a nice spritz or two of Mist on the paper. What you want is to just get the paper slightly damp, not so much that it falls apart and not so dry that it doesn’t do its work properly.

3. Wipe Well:

Too often with dry paper you will find yourself wiping more than once to get rid of everything. However, the advantage of using Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist is that you don’t have to do a lot of extra wiping to get the job done right. Just a swipe or two, and you have a clean tush. You are not only getting a more hygienic wipe by getting yourself thoroughly clean, you are also making the world a little cleaner by using Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist and biodegradable toilet paper, instead of the plastic-based wet wipes that clog sewers and pollute our waters.

4. Give a Little Spritz:

As long as you are cleaning up the rear, you can give your stall or bathroom a little spritz as well and spread the good odor, while getting rid of the bad. Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist does double duty as a room freshener, while also taking care of business.

5. Feel Fresh:

Once you have paired your favorite toilet paper with Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist, you will get a pleasantly clean feeling, one you’ve likely never experienced. No more chafing from scratchy toilet paper or that nagging sensation that you’ve left something behind on your behind. Just a clean, fresh feeling every time you go.

For more information on Aquinelle Toilet Tissue Mist in standard and travel sizes, visit our web site.

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