Take Toilet Paper From Hotel Room

A box of Kleenex on a bed.My frugal tip is always take the toilet paper and kleenex with you from your room when you check out of your hotel when traveling. You paid for those. They are figured into your price you paid for the room. You never know when you may need it,for example the next rest area or a little ones runny nose.


This little extra TP has saved us many times from having to buy more right away.

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August 27, 20210 found this helpful

Another side to this tip: Depending on inventory management practices and how the boss feels about Labor in general, taking even these small things may cast suspicion on housekeeping staff -- which of course we never would want to do, as they are among the most hard-working, unsafe, and underpaid workers.

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August 28, 20210 found this helpful

It shouldn't they are paid for.If someone else has "used" them Id feel more comfortable with new ones anyway.

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August 30, 20210 found this helpful

So if you take the toilet tissue and facial tissue from a hotel room do you do the same if you are traveling on a bus, train or plane ?

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August 31, 20210 found this helpful

I think the issue of taking toilet paper from a plane, bus, or train is different from a hotel room. If you are in a hotel room, you are the ONLY ONE using these things, and when you check out these things might be replaced by the cleaning staff.


(ie) that is why they have TP rolls on their carts as well as tissue boxes. Concerning the other modes of transportation, it is taken for granted that more than one person is using these things.

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