As with most items at the supermarket, unit price is the most informative way to compare the cost of similar items. With paper goods, the unit price includes the total square footage of paper and the number of layers in each sheet. Don’t look at the number of rolls in each package, but rather the total number of sheets and how absorbent each sheet is. If you find yourself having to use two sheets to clean up a simple spill, then you are actually paying twice as much for that brand’s product.
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