Tissue paper is a small, delicate piece of paper commonly used for tasks such as hand wiping, facial cleansing, or other hygiene purposes. It is typically white in color, but nowadays available in various colors to suit individual preferences and occasions.

    Its uses are diverse, ranging from personal hygiene to cleaning up food spills. It is used daily in households, offices, and even events. Additionally, it is useful for washing hands before and after meals, reducing the risk of food-related contamination.

    The history of tissue paper production is long and has evolved over time. Through advancements in production techniques and scientific experimentation, it has also been made eco-friendly, reducing environmental risks.

Types of Tissue
1. Napkin Grade (NG):
  • 14, 15, 16, 17gsm
3. Facial Grade (FG):
  • Softness
  • 12.5-13.5gsm
2. Toilet Grade (TG):
  • Softness , Zero wet strength
  • 100% dissolves within a minute
  • 14, 15, 16,17gsm
4. Towel:
  • Kitchen Towel (KT): 19-22gsm
  • Bath Towel (BT): 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42
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