Cloud Paper bamboo toilet paper and paper towel subscription has a coupon for new subscribers! Cloud Paper is made from bamboo, which causes less harmful effects on the environment compared to tree-based toilet papers. Cloud Paper is also ultra-soft and absorbent, so you don’t sacrifice the quality over sustainability.
Cloud Paper is on a mission to end the deforestation caused by traditional paper products. Right now, 20% of deforestation globally is due to tree-based toilet paper and paper towels. We’re working to change that.
Get 10% off your first order or subscription! Use the coupon code CLOUD10 at checkout.
Cloud Paper offers subscription on their tree-free Toilet Paper (24 rolls for $29.99 per shipment) and Paper Towels (12 rolls for $33.99 per shipment). Shipping is FREE on subscriptions ($5 for one-time orders).
Cloud Paper Toilet Paper
Cloud Paper 3-ply toilet paper is soft, strong, and lint-free so you don’t have to sacrifice quality for sustainability. Not only is bamboo toilet paper good for you and the environment, but our packaging is 100% plastic free, recyclable, and compostable.
Cloud Paper Paper Towels
Each box includes 12 rolls of our eco-friendly paper towels. Sheets are made in half-sizes for less waste. Not only are bamboo paper towels good for you and the environment, but our packaging is 100% plastic free, recyclable, and compostable.
About Cloud Paper:
Tree-free toilet paper and paper towels made with 100% ultra-soft bamboo.Our packaging is 100% plastic free, recyclable and compostable, delivered directly to your door. With our subscription options, shipping is free and you’ll never have to think about your paper orders again.
Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants in the world, growing up to 3 feet per day while absorbing massive amounts of carbon during its growth. Bamboo reaches harvest maturity in just three years and, unlike trees, bamboo does not need to be replanted after it is harvested as the bamboo will continue to grow. Bamboo toilet paper generates at least 30% less greenhouse gas emissions compared to tree-based toilet paper.