Toilet paper

Toilet rolls and dried goods are in demand – so some supermarkets are taking action. Here's what you need to know.
Toilet roll shelves are empty again. Here, people tell us why they're panic-buying amid the rising Covid-19 cases.
“I'm a really calm person and I’m really good in an emergency, but that undid me," the actor told The Late Late Show host James Corden.
From toilet paper themed cakes at a bakery in Germany, to muffins of giggling coronavirus cartoons, the world may have come to a standstill but that hasn’t stopped people from getting creative.
Tory MP Alexander Stafford has seen evidence of essential items like baby milk, toilet roll and hand sanitiser being sold online at vastly inflated prices.
We need to be sensible about this. Stockpiling loo roll is a definite no-no – but if you're on your last few, here are some tips.
Supermarkets have been hit with empty shelves, as fears growing over coronavirus cause shoppers to panic-buy. Essentials like toilet roll and hand wash are in short supply, despite the government saying there is no need to stockpile - so why are people doing it? We spoke to consumer psychologist Dimitrios Tsivrikos to find out why we’re feeling the urge to stockpile.
"It’s almost a wipeout now," says CEO of a major chain, while a virologist reminds the public: “This is not a zombie apocalypse.”
Without running water, a woman using a menstrual cup has to wipe it out with toilet paper before reinsertion, which is messy, unpleasant and potentially unhygienic, Harini Iyengar writes.