Well, call me cheap but I just couldn't bring myself to pay $10 for TP. So I bought a roll of the Scotts TP. Under a microscope it's not as dense as the Trasko stuff and its not nearly as tight on the roll either but I wanted to try it. First I trimed it to about the right diameter, I left it larger because it wasn't as tight as Trasko. Then I put it on a 1 3/8" rod that put on my wood lathe. Using a 4" razor kife (box cutter with break off blades) I turned & sliced it to the proper length. Took all of 5 minutes. Shoved it into the trasko can (much tigher fit than trasko) and put it on the car and added a quart of oil. So far after 1500 miles the oil hasn't changed in color, its still the amber brown and most of the oil now has 7500miles on it. For now I'll jsut keep the spare roll of Trasko TP as a guide for making new rolls of TP from Scotts.