If you use toilet paper, chances are you have a problem with it.
That’s because toilet paper contains a lot of plastic particles that can clog your toilet bowl.
But now that a new type of paper is on the market, these particles may be a lot less likely to clog the toilet.
According to Recode, the new paper is a recycled paper called reusable paper towel.
It contains a polymer that is much thinner than the old paper and doesn’t clog any of your toilets.
It has a long shelf life and is recyclable.
And because it is reusable, the paper doesn’t get in the way of your toilet’s natural process of washing.
Recode’s Sarah Perna spoke with Recode Editor-in-Chief David Pogue to find out how it all works and what people can do to make sure they get the most out of their paper.
What does the new recycled paper do?
Recode: How does it work?
Recoding: What is the difference between this paper and other recycled paper?
Recoded: How much do I need to throw out?
How do I know if I have the paper?
What is it made of?
Recode: Do I need it in the shower?
Recoding: Is it worth throwing out?
Recoded: Does it smell?
Recodes: Does any of it make a difference?
Recodes: Can I throw it out?
How much should I throw out and how long does it last?
How long should I store the paper in the fridge?
Recoder: What do I do with the paper if I do throw it?
Recoders: Is there anything I can throw in the washing machine?
How much time does it take to wash the paper once it’s gone?
Recoda: Are there any things I can do if I throw the paper out?
Recudos: What are the different types of recycled paper and what are their benefits?
Recoders says that it is possible to recycle this type of recycled plastic.
This type of plastic is lighter and stronger than other types of paper, and it has a longer shelf life.
Recod’s Sarah says that there are many reasons why this is good news.
First, recycled plastic is environmentally friendly.
When recycled plastic gets to the recycling plant, it can be recycled into new products, which means it can help keep the planet healthy and free of harmful materials like carbon dioxide.
Recycleable paper is also environmentally friendly, too, since it does not require much land and energy to create.
And when it is thrown out, it does so safely, so it can end up in your local landfill.
When you throw out paper, do you have to put it in a bag?
No, the plastic that you throw in your toilet is still going to be in your paper bowl, which is why you need to store it in its original bag, said Recode.
Recoding has some other tips for when you throw your toiletpaper out.
Recoda says that if you use a disposable roll, you can throw the old roll in the trash as long as you leave it in your bag and it is not touching anything, like the paper itself.
You can also throw it in with the water and let it sit for 30 minutes to soak in the water before you throw it.
The water should only be thrown into the trash.
Recudo also recommends storing your paper in your refrigerator.
If you don’t have a refrigerator, you should throw your paper out in the dryer or in a plastic bag that you keep in the laundry.
The only downside to this paper is that it may contain bacteria, which can lead to infections.
If your toilet gets dirty, it will not stay clean for long, and you may have to use a paper towel to wipe down your toilet.
You also need to wash your hands frequently.
If it gets dirty and you don.t want it to get dirty again, Recoda recommends that you flush your toilet every few hours.
You should also throw your old paper in a trash can.
If you have any questions about the recycling process, the health of the planet or the health and safety of your family, contact Recode at 800-989-8255 or email us at [email protected].
Recode is a part of ABC News Digital.