August 26th is National Toilet Paper Day, deemed so to commemorate the first time it was ever sold on a roll (August 26, 1871).
Then in 1930, the Germans invented the perforated rolls we have today consisting of 1,000 small sheets that were separated by a perforation. In the 1960s, toilet paper came in different colours, especially in pink and green to match the bathroom hues. In the early 2000s, coloured toilet paper rolls started to exit the market but they can still be found in some parts of the world.
All of Highlander’s paper is 100% recycled and paper mills all over the UK and the world turn it into tissue paper, folders and YES toilet paper!!! So throughout August we are running a competition for the best Toilet Paper Art!
Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to WIN a box of Who Gives A Crap 100% recycled toilet paper. Check them out here.
Be as creative as possible but keep it clean – haha!
The winner will be announced on the 26th August, so keep your eyes on our social channels.