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Toilet Paper Companies Claim They Have The Toilet Paper Issue Under Wraps

Updated on March 21, 2020
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Toilet Paper Companies Claim They Have The Toilet Paper Issue Under Wraps

The toilet paper crisis may very well be coming to a quick and happy end; pun intended. Some of the biggest toilet paper manufactures are working hard right now to bring you and your butts a little comfort. Soon we will once again have a plethora of beautiful white toilet paper.

They Are On A Roll

It's looking good for consumers across the world as Big Brand Name Toilet Paper Companies announced that they have got the toilet paper crisis well in hand. A plan to restock our shops' shelves is underway.

Toilet paper brands like Quilted Northern and Angel Soft, already have an ample stockpile of paper on hand. Shipments are already on the way to stores. However, to be sure that they don't get caught with their pants down. The company Georgia-Pacific has boosted the production of its toilet paper by 120%! That means a lot of extra overtime for employees. Workers will have to pull a three-shift work week and work around-the-clock to meet demands. But they are determined not to let the consumers down!

Good news right? Well, it gets even better. According to Kimberly-Clark Inc., the producer of 263 products which includes Scott brand toilet paper. An increase in quantities of Scott's toilet paper has been put into effect.

Let's not forget the Proctor & Gamble Company, the maker of Charmin. They too are also hard at work producing extra toilet paper to assure your heinie stays clean and dry. Rick McLeod V.P. of Product Supply for the company; is confident that Americans will have all the toilet paper they require and more!

The End Is Near!

The end is near, but not for the human race. Just for the toilet paper crisis. By combining their efforts major toilet paper producers, and local supermarket management has put a plan into motion. With it, the end of the toilet paper madness is approaching steadfast.

Business owners realize that during times like these, empty shelves mean panicking public. When there are only a few rolls of toilet paper and other items left on the shelves, people tend to make a mad grab for it. Turning such a simple item like toilet paper into gold. Buying up all they can get. This, of course, is foolish and only creates more issues. What we once had plenty of is now scarce. Thus, making people feel as if there is a shortage of supplies. This, in turn, triggers people to purchase up everything within reach.

To solve the problem, stores around the world have shortened there hours and limited quantities of toilet paper to two packages/items per person. This, with the increased production of toilet paper, has set stores up for a major restocking.

So fear not, your local supermarket will soon be overflowing with that soft, fluffy, white, toilet paper once again. So sit tight! There is more than enough toilet paper available for everyone, and it is coming to a store near you very soon.

Keep The Real Issue In View

Although toilet paper seems to be one of the biggest concerns at the moment. Let's not forget the real problem we are facing. We have a pandemic on our hands. The COVID-19 Virus better known as the Coronavirus is a real threat. The virus is not going anywhere. In fact, it is likely to spread deeper into the human population. So it's going to get worse before it gets better.

Final Thoughts

Things will get better, so have faith and stay strong. We are still producing products. Trucks are still delivering goods. Times are rough right now, but panic only makes things worse. Buying and hoarding goods won't bring you happiness or health. Hoarding goods during this time will only create waste. Most likely many items being collected will spoil before they can be used.

Stay Safe

Since the virus is spread from person to person it's best to avoid large crowds. Only go out when absolutely necessary. Wear gloves and a mask if you have to go out. It's also a good idea to sterilize outer packaging on products purchased. Keep hand sanitizer available and wash your hands often.

You're all in my prayers, keep safe. Please help one another. Share, Love, Be Kind.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Jason Nicolosi


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