Tissue paper is available in different forms for above listed purposes. Its type could be: hygiene tissue paper, facial tissue, paper towels (used in kitchen and bathroom), toilet paper (used for using bathroom), facial tissue (cleaning face or wet face), table napkins (used in restaurants for wiping off hands and mount after eating) and wrapping tissue (used to wrap fragile items in homes or packaging industries). It is disposable as it is made to be used once because of its high absorbent property.
FAQ's related to Tissue Paper :-
Q.1 What is tissue paper used for?
Tissue paper is used as an absorbent for hygiene purpose. It could be used for facial, cleaning, wrapping/packing and road repairing (to protect crack sealants)purposes.
Q.2 Is tissue paper disposable?
Yes, tissue paper is meant to be used only once as its function is to soak water or clean your face or hands or any other body part. It is a matter of hygiene.
Q.3 Is tissue paper toxic?
Not at all. Tissue paper is non-toxic and 100% eco-friendly and recyclable product as it is made of recyclable paper pulp.
Q.4 What are the properties of tissue paper?
Q.5 What are the types of tissue paper?
•Hygiene tissue paper: Bathroom or kitchen tissue for hygiene purpose.
•Facial tissue: Absorbent, soft and disposable tissue.
•Paper towels: Disposable absorbent towels used in kitchen or bathroom.
•Toilet paper: Used after urination to clean vulva or perineum.
•Wrapping tissue: Used to wrap or pack fragile items in packaging industries
•Table napkins: Used to wipe off hands and mouth after eating. It is also disposable.
•Road repair: Single-ply toilet paper is used to protect crack sealants.