Who invented the toilet paper holder?

Answer Mary Beatrice Kenner is credited with being the inventor of the toilet paper holder on Oct. 19, 1982. The idea behind her invention was to keep the free end of the toilet paper accessible to those ... Read More »

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Who invented toilet paper rolls?

Zeth Wheeler is credited with the invention of the toilet paper roll. In 1871 he was granted a patent for rolled wrapping paper and in 1874 established the Rolled Wrapping Paper Company. Struggling... Read More »

Who invented the locking double toilet paper holder?

On May 12, 1964, the U.S. Patent Office issued patent number 3,132,819 with serial number 197,489 to Francis J. Moore of Minneapolis for his invention of "an improved double toilet paper roll holde... Read More »

Who invented toilet paper rolls in the United States?

Toilet paper in its current familiar roll form was invented in the late 1880s by the people at Scott Paper in the United States. They first introduced toilet paper on a roll in 1890 but were initia... Read More »

Can the type of toilet paper used cause toilet-flushing problems?

Maybe, but generally it's the amount of TP one uses that causes the problems. That, and the new low-flush water saver toilets. Thinner would likely be better than softer, because some of the so... Read More »