There are many blotting papers that are on the market so I decided to compare the blotting papers I recently reviewed.
Clean and Clear: $5.49 for 50 sheets
Silk Oil Blotting Paper: $1.50 for 100 sheets
Both are packaged almost the size same and thickness. They both are also flip open packs.
Clean and Clear dispenses the paper by using a sticky tab. The sticky tab grabs onto a sheet every time you open the flap.
Silk Oil Blotting Paper dispenses like tissue from a tissue box. You just pull on the top sheet and next sheet peeks out ready for use.
Size and Feel:
Clean and Clear measure to be about 3.25 inches (8.3cm) in length and little over 2 inches (5.31cm) in width. The paper feels a little thick and filmy.
Silk Oil Blotting Paper measures about 3.5 inches (7.5 cm) all around. The paper feels tissue paper thin. The kind of tissue paper you use to wrap gifts with.
Both absorbed equally great. You can see the color change more in the Clear and Clear than Silk Oil Blotting Paper.
Overall, I would choose both. Both work great and both are packaged very conveniently. I know Silk Oil Blotting Paper is much cheaper and you get more, but reader Lulu mentioned Sasa sells Clean and Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets for $2.20 for 60. Sasa also sells the grapefruit version for $1.90 for 50! Both have their faults, but in the end, they both do what they were meant to do: absorb the yucky oil on my face.