I remember a discussion a while back about those little cellulose pads a nurse uses after taking a blood sample - can't find it now, of course .... but Doris is the expert on paper, isn't she? Why don't you send her an e-mail?
I would think of tissue _paper_ as that thin, rather shiny paper in craft shops; then there's tissue (i.e. Kleenex) or sanitary tissue (which is too narrow as it doesn't include kitchen roll). BTW: Have you seen this:http://www.paperonline.org/glossary/paperglos...
"This report covers: disposable paper products,disposable tissue products,disposable nappies,sanitary protection products,environmental issues,health issues,current issues,
Companies/brands covered include: Georgia-pacific Gb,Kimberly -Clark,Proctor & Gamble,SCA Hygiene Products,Andrex,Bodyform,Huggies Wipes,Poïse,Swiffer,Pampers,
The market for disposable paper products, as covered by this Key Note Market Report, consists of disposable tissue products, disposable nappies and sanitary protection products. In 2001, the largest sector of the market was disposable tissue products, with sales of toilet tissue accounting for the largest subsector within the disposable tissue products market."
taken from http://www.the-list.co.uk/www.the-list.co.uk/...
may provide you with more googling ideas.
PS and totally OT: I visited an archfarchnad last week :-))