Nowadays, there are many beautiful printed napkins on the market. Printed dinner napkin, printed lunch napkin and cocktail napkin. Many restaurants like to print their logos on napkins for marketing. Are these inks safe? Will it be toxic? In fact, we don't need to worry. The ink used on the printing napkin is food grade contactable ink and is safe.
Ink is divided into ordinary ink, edible ink and food grade contactable ink. Ordinary ink is inedible and is generally used in printed books and non-food packaging. Edible ink is used to print words or patterns on food such as tablets, sweets and fruits. This ink can be eaten with food. Food grade contactable ink is generally inedible, but it can contact with food and mouth, which is safe. Food grade contactable ink is generally used for food packaging printing, including printed paper napkins. Regular paper mills will use qualified food grade contactable ink when producing printed napkins. So, it is generally safe and there is no need to worry about the ink if you purchase printed paper napkin from an eligible paper napkin factory.
Sometimes when we run out of toilet paper at home, unfortunately we just don't have any in stock, we might use facial tissue instead. Some people may worry about whether the toilet will be blocked after using facial tissue? Can facial tissue be used in the bathroom? In fact, facial tissue is generally not allowed to throw into the toilet. Because the tissue paper is used to clean the face or hands, the wet strength agent is generally added in the production process to make the tissue more flexible and not easy to tear. If we do not add the agent, the facial tissue paper will be dissolved in water. when we wipe our mouth or face, the paper scraps will remain on the skin, causing an embarrassing situation.
In fact, the tissue paper used in the toilet is not facial tissue. It is a removable toilet paper, which is produced by the same material with toilet paper. It has the same folding style as facial tissue paper. We call it interleave toilet tisse. It is usually packaged in the same delicate plastic bag as the face tissue paper, or directly placed in the paper towel rack. It looks like facial tissue, but it is actually toilet paper. It can be dissolved in water and can be thrown into the toilet. Interleave toilet tissue is more convenient and economical to use. However, because the processing technology is different from that of toilet roll paper, its price is also different. People can purchase according to the actual situation.
The origin of China toilet paper was before the paper appeared and was cheap enough to be used to wipe off dirt. The cleaning materials used by people after the toilet included water, cloth, leaves, corn cobs, wood and bamboo chips (toilet chips), and soil lumps.
However, in the early years of the Republic of China, people's livelihood was generally poor, and many people still used tiles or corn stalks to clean up the dirt. It was not until the economic recovery that they gradually changed to paper.
The habit of using toilet paper after going to the toilet originated in China, and was first found in the Tang Dynasty. At that time, toilet paper was made of a variety of materials. The princes and nobles even used rice paper or silk as toilet paper, but without exception, they were made one by one. Modern wrinkled toilet paper was born in the United States.
At the beginning of the 20th century, nearly 100 years ago, Scott Paper Company of the United States bought a large number of paper. Due to negligence in the transportation process, the paper surface was wet and wrinkled and could not be used. Faced with the useless paper in a warehouse, everyone did not know what to do.
At the meeting of supervisors, someone suggested returning the paper to the supplier to reduce the loss. This proposal was seconded by everyone. Arthur Scott, the head of the company, did not think so. He thought of making holes in the roll of paper and making it easy to tear it into small pieces. Scott named this paper "Sonny" sanitary napkin, and sold it to train stations, restaurants, schools, and other places to put it in toilets. Because it was very easy to use, it became very popular, and gradually spread to ordinary families, creating a lot of profits for the company.
Nowadays, toilet paper has become an indispensable item in our life, and it gives us many conveniences in life in a variety of ways. Click here to find more toilet paper products.
When we inquire about the toilet paper, we are usually asked a question, "what is the specification of toilet paper you want?"
If people without purchasing experience will be puzzled by this question, what are the specifications of toilet paper? There are usually the following items: the type of raw material, the thickness of paper, the requirements for water solubility, the width of roll paper (roll height), perforation (or none), whether embossing, the roll length, the roll diameter, and the core size. Finally, the packaging requirements. These are the basic specifications of toilet paper.
If you are not familiar with the product, just give the general requirements for the product, such as: wood pulp or recycle pulp, the length or the weight per roll, and then ask the manufacturer to give a plan. Professional paper towel sales personnel should be able to give professional opinions on specifications.
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