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Where are these oil/shine blotting papers of which you speak?

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RobberBride Wed 06-Jul-16 22:08:31

I've finally run out of Kleenex powder-free oil absorbing sheets (sob) and they've discontinued them in the UK (sniff). I've seen mention before of 'I buy blotting papers on Ebay in bulk' but I'm an Ebay virgin and I'm overwhelmed by choice. Please can someone give m a link to the ones (Ebay or otherwise) that they buy? Ideally ones that won't bankrupt me. Thank you!

RobberBride Thu 07-Jul-16 21:28:32

hopeful bump

hugoagogo Thu 07-Jul-16 21:38:49

superdrug haven't tried them, but they are cheap.

hugoagogo Thu 07-Jul-16 21:41:56

Boots have a couple of different types. Search 'paper'

riskyinred Thu 07-Jul-16 22:36:52

Superdrug ones are rubbish compared to the Kleenex ones. They're powdery and odd.

Watching this with interest as I need a replacement for the incredible Kleenex ones.

wordscantdescribe Thu 07-Jul-16 22:39:50

I loved the kleenex ones and have started using ones by NYX, sold in boots. About £3ish. Not fantastic (paper thin, literally!) but takes away shine without leaving a powdery finish.

TheSpottedZebra Thu 07-Jul-16 22:42:52

I loved the clean and Clear ones -blue ones.
They're discontinued too, the arses. I buy in Singapore when I'm there with work, or on ebay.

BananaL0af Thu 07-Jul-16 22:43:23

I stock up on these Gatsby sheets, they're great.

Beketaten Thu 07-Jul-16 23:29:46

I've ordered this from eBay as I was looking for something reusable and non-powdery:

Not arrived yet though.

LazyCake Fri 08-Jul-16 00:07:47

I loved the Kleenex ones too - so annoying that they've been discontinued!

Will be following up some of these recommendations, thanks.

pinkyredrose Fri 08-Jul-16 01:43:29

I now use rizla papers, the ones in green packaging. They work and v easy to carry around.

othgraph Fri 08-Jul-16 10:44:09

I use DHC blotting papers. Buy from amazon or escentual. It's £4 for 100 sheets.

RobberBride Fri 08-Jul-16 13:37:23

You're all wonderful, thanks!

Plumpcious Fri 08-Jul-16 15:52:08

Muji - £1.95 for 100 sheets:

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Fri 08-Jul-16 18:49:11

Try home bargains if you've got one handy.

They were selling them off about 50p a pack recently.

Beketaten Fri 08-Jul-16 19:29:49

My Blotterazzi came - it's actually really good and comes in a mirrored compact with 2 so you can have 1 in use and 1 spare. Was cheaper from a Chinese seller on eBay.

RobberBride Fri 08-Jul-16 22:27:12

I'm sadly not near Muji or Home Bargains, so I'm going to start with Rizla (because, 26p) and see if they work first.

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