Are you letting the new Cottonelle commercial make you think you need a cover for your toilet roll? Are you wondering if you "disrespect your roll" if it is naked?
This is a blatant example of advertising attempting to create a need where none exists.
Many years ago (at least I hope no one does this any longer), some people covered their extra roll of toilet paper with crocheted covers, often in the form of dolls with wide skirts. To my mind, they were as tacky as anything ever could be. After those fell out of favor, I remember brass covers with jeweled tops. Both sat on the back of the toilet bowl, in readiness.
Are you falling prey to the new covers? I have not seen them in shops yet - only on TV - so I don't know what material they are made of. But, I ask you, does it really matter if our extra rolls of toilet tissue are covered or not? We all know what they are for - so why try to hide or disguise them? Why provide another dust/germ catcher in bathrooms that are already germ havens?
This is just another attempt to get you to spend money for something you don't really need. Are you heeding that clarion call? Or will you thumb your nose in their faces, as I am?