Toilet paper has become one of the products customers prefer to stock up on quarantine due to coronavirus.
To reassure lovers of stockpiling, the German website Blitzrechner.de, which compiles all kinds of online calculators for everyday tasks, has added a calculator to its arsenal that allows you to evaluate how long a toilet paper stock will last.
It is easy to assume that for calculation it is enough to indicate how many rolls you have and how often you go to the toilet. In addition, you can configure settings, including one-time consumption, number of family members, etc.
For example, a person with a margin of 10 rolls, who uses the usual amount of paper three times a day, can stretch for 53 days without “recharging”. The source notes that this is 39 days more than the recommended 14-day quarantine.