Double, triple, soft, absorbent, colored, perhaps perfumed: Toilet paper is part of our everyday life and a necessary outlet for everyone. It is one of the most important inventions in the field of personal hygiene. But when did she first enter the bathroom and what was going on before it was invented?
Waldorf was a well-known toilet paper in America since the late 19th century. How famous can it be in Greece? In the 1960s, colored toilet paper was an unnecessary luxury for the average household. At that time the country was partially water-supplied and electrified. In the province often the toilet was just a separate shed outside the house. And there was no toilet paper, but pieces of newspaper passed through a cigarette.
Waldorf was the product of the American Scott Paper Company, the company that introduced the use of toilet paper. It was the first toilet paper to be released. It was healthy and soft. There was no relation to the sheets of toilet paper made from pulpit papers that were hard, barely absorbent.