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Mom i need toilet paper

mom i need toilet paper

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Do you hate when guests are left to rummage through your bathroom cabinets looking for a new roll of toilet paper when they are left with an empty roll? This innovative DIY toilet paper holder eliminates that problem by displaying the new rolls in plain sight! Plus this idea even works with the new Scott tube free toilet paper rolls! Check it out!

DIY toilet paper holder idea! Use a wicker basket with a wood handle as a toilet paper holder and fill the basket with extra toilet paper rolls. Works with tube free toilet paper rolls too!

I am all for re-purposing or upcycling something into something new so when the need arose for a toilet paper holder I decided it was time to get innovative and think beyond your standard toilet paper holder you can buy at the store. I wanted something that would enhance the decor in the bathroom while re-purposing something I no longer used. I scoured the house in search of the perfect idea and lo and behold I found this beautiful wicker basket with a wooden handle that was no longer being used. It was perfect!

DIY toilet paper holder idea! Use a wicker basket with a wood handle as a toilet paper holder and fill the basket with extra toilet paper rolls. Works with tube free toilet paper rolls too!

Much like I try to reuse and repurpose things in order to avoid waste, the innovators behind Scott Tube-Free toilet paper also believe that small steps can have a big impact on the environment. That’s why they came up with the new Scott Tube-Free toilet paper! By eliminating the tube, Scott Tube-Free bath tissue gives people an easy way to make a change that reduces waste without sacrificing quality.

DIY toilet paper holder idea! Use a wicker basket with a wood handle as a toilet paper holder and fill the basket with extra toilet paper rolls. Works with tube free toilet paper rolls too!

Scott Tube-Free is cushiony soft and unrolls just like any other toilet paper, but there’s no wasteful tube to toss at the end. I have to admit that I was skeptical, but it works just the same and threads onto a toilet paper holder just fine! By making a simple switch to Scott Tube-Free, you can save approximately 150 tubes per year (which is how many the average household uses annually)!

Scott Tube-Free teamed up with a YouTube prankster, to demonstrate how the toilet paper tubes we use have a big impact on our world. His toilet paper tube stunt will demonstrate how the toilet paper tubes we use have a big impact on our world. The stunt uses 66,000 tubes, which is the amount of tubes Americans go through in just over two minutes! Check out the video it’s really pretty funny! I like the second guy’s reaction (watch his face!).

DIY toilet paper holder idea! Use a wicker basket with a wood handle as a toilet paper holder and fill the basket with extra toilet paper rolls. Works with tube free toilet paper rolls too!

Take the challenge to make small steps and create a big change. Next time you discover a need, as I did with my need for a toilet paper holder, check around the house and see what creative way you can repurpose something! Not only did this DIY toilet paper tube holder end up working perfectly for my need, but it also looks absolutely adorable in my bathroom. I love the look and I actually like it better than the look I would have achieved by buying a new toilet paper holder. So get creative and start re-purposing items instead of just tossing them out!

You can start making a change by switching to Scott Tube-Free toilet paper. Scott Tube-Free can be found at select retailers nationwide and online. Visit Scott Tube-Free to find a store near you. See how many tubes your household uses in a lifetime and get a Scott Tube-Free coupon!

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They had the right idea! At least for me, I’d much rather waste a whole wall of my home with a mountain of toilet paper than think of doing without. However, in an extreme post-poop hits the fan world (get it? I said poop-hits-the-fan in a blog post about toilet paper and the end of the world!), eventually, even toilet paper is going to eventually run out for some of us.

For most of the world, an for most of history, toilet paper as we know it has not existed. There were forms showing up in the 14th century, but by in large, people used other ways of cleaning themselves than the handy dandy roll full of fluff.

There are discussions about how to store cloths that have been used for poo. Some suggest that storing in water bins might actually increase the number of harmful bacteria, and it’s better to store in a dry sack and wash a little more often. Of course, if you use the “bidet in a bottle” feature you’ll see below, you can cut down on the amount of really dirty cloths by rinsing first and then wiping.

Phone Books

Remember those photos of Grandma’s outhouse that had a Sears & Roebucks catalog hanging on the wall? It wasn’t just for browsing while you did your business.

This allows for the starchy fibers to be broken down so that the paper is more pliable and more absorbent. It then becomes softer and a great alternative to toilet paper. You’ll think twice about looking at that phone book sitting on your front porch, won’t you?

Bidet in a Bottle

With a little warm water, this can be an effective way to clean before using cloth to dry. It can also be used for women during their menstrual cycles and for post-partum care. I remember being given this bottle when I left the hospital after having my kids for post-partum relief and healing, but I really prefer this bidet in a bottle now as it gives a little more direction where needed.

Comments

  1. Qosazuxe

    I literally have nothing to say to my parents today. If you find the need to complain about the way I flush the bloody toilet, then-

  2. Nasoceb

    I need to take a shit but I don’t want to at the same time because the toilet seat is too cold.

  3. Lehazasoreke

    In elections, popular vote is about as useful as wet toilet paper. Do you need the electoral college explained to you?

  4. Butuxoyayoxek

    Ewww. I did not need to think of him tweeting bedside in a robe I prefer the toilet then it"s shit going in and out

  5. Taqefapunojoz

    Are the pages soft? I need some toilet paper ; ) . You are fake news

  6. Woreloxorosuki

    You gon need the toilet lmao

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