Step 2: Method

Step 1 :

Get the piece of paper and scrap it into a round ball as hard as possible , but at the same time keep aware that it dose not get torn.

Step 2

Now open the scrap ball of paper and turn to the other side and scrap or press in to a ball again. Do this again and again about 10 times or until the paper becomes rough and really soft. But in our case the paper was printed using a old inkjet printer with our product logo and name and then done into a ball.

Step 3

When you know its soft enough and rough like a tissue paper then lay it straight and fold it into four. This should look like that in the photo below.

Step 4

Now that you have your tissue paper you can try it out wiping your mouth when you go drink . It should work like a real tissue paper. Also if it does not feel like it then continue step 2.

Congratulation you finished your POOK and ready to be used.
<p>interesting. why the name POOK? how did you scale up production to make it feasible yet affordable?<br>I do see this as a new way to reuse waste. perhaps try to source an office that uses recycled paper, reuse it into POOK, and then compost.</p>
Really innovative,Great ideas come simple
I'm not sure it can be called recycling if you are taking brand new paper and using it for this, actually it might be an argument for waste, as some facial tissues actually use a recycled component.
Actually pretty sure most tissues are recycled, and virtually all toilet paper is recycled, the only ones that are not are high end lotion embued tissues and papers.
and those arent good for you. Just wait until there is an allergic reaction. That has to be the worst possible place to get hives >_<
The new paper was used as a sample but what it says is to use waste paper.
not to burst your bubble but i saw this on tv when i was 5, thats 16 years ago, and again when i was 8, this is nothing new Also normal tissue paper does the job alot better as thats what its made for, where as paper is a lot less efficient. also im not too sure your percentages are right either
Heheh...this is more efficient cause its green.
Failed pun? Not more efficiant at keeping snot at bay, or cleaning spills etc, at the end o the day its still a sheet of normal paper not tissue paper
no it is not it have many uses.
a normal tissue is far more efficient at any job you would use this for and is probably a greener option
This is more greener
not really, it would be better off being recycled properly, it takes less paper to make a proper tissue than it does to make one of these, yes the paper may be free but that is used and with inks etc added. now i know i wouldnt blow my nose with, or put anything covered in ink that could have been who knows where near my mouth where as a standard tissue comes unused in any way, and degrades faster.
How is the commercial product (boxes of 150) made, and from what paper? L
The commercial product is made out of waste paper from office and schools and then printed with a special ink which is bright and with stand the other inks. Then it is packed in box and sealed for use.
Do they use some machine to soften the office paper - the result is similar, but not hand-made? L
yes we now use a modified washing machine.
OK, thanks. Might you be able to show the large commercial process? It would be good to see this on a large scale. L
i would that would be another instructable.

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