Roaring Spring Elephant PooPoo Paper? Honestly, until sent a sample I had not and I was not sure just what to expect. Then a small pink notepad arrived and I had a chance to see it first hand. Instantly, I noticed how light this paper is compared to traditional paper, it also has a slight pattern, much like recycled paper does.
This leaves the question how do they make paper out of Poo?
Elephants eat a lot of grass and therefore they poo a lot, but since they are not able to digest all of it there is plenty of fiber left over to make the pulp needed for paper. The process is very sterile with the end result being a germ and order free paper.
I admit that I am a little taken back on this one, and will probably not make this my every day paper option but it does make for a fun gift and even better conversation piece. If Poo Poo Paper is not for you, maybe Sugarcane is.
Roaring Spring Environotes Sugarcane Notebook is much more my style. The look and feel is the same as any paper notebook you have used before. Like a tree sugarcane offer a fibrous pulp that can easily be turned into paper. This steno sized notebook is thin and can easily be carried in a purse or backpack for easy note taking. If standard paper is more your thing here is a twist to your favorite notebook.
Roaring Spring Landscape Format Writing Pad – College Ruled, I like legal note pads but hate how long they are. By taking a standard notebook size and turning it from portrait to landscape is brilliant, in fact it is one of those, "why didn't I think of that" products.
To find more notebooks online check out Shoplet Roaring Spring Notebooks and what other are saying be sure to take a look and be sure to take advantage of free shipping on orders of $45 and more.
Thank you to Shoplet for my samples used in this review, opinions are honest.
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