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What was used for toilet paper in the 1700s?

Depending on the country, weather conditions and social customs, different materials were used. People used leaves, grass, corn cobs, maize, fruit skins, seashells, sand, moss, snow and water. Physical use of one's hand was the simplest way to go about it. Wealthy people use wool, lace, or hemp.

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