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Reuse Paper Wrapping From Toilet Tissue

If you purchase toilet paper that is individually wrapped, don't throw the paper away. Stack and store until it's time to take your pooch for a walk. Just tuck a sheet in a plastic bag and when Fido is finished doing his duty use the paper to scoop away the poo! (Kind of fitting, huh?)


I also use the sheets to wrap up sanitary napkins before throwing in the trash. Not a pleasant image, but they sure are thrifty. :)

By Carol Young

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May 29, 20080 found this helpful

I agree, very thrifty! It's great that every member on this site has great ideas about every day living!

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May 29, 20080 found this helpful

And much more environmentally friendly! If you "store" the paper in a plastic bag till home, dump the contents out of the bag and recycle the bag. I use paper bags now to scoop the kitty litter instead of the plastic bags (course our recycling center takes plastic bags for recycling so that helps)

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September 9, 20090 found this helpful

This is such a good idea. Especially wrapping up those sanitary products in before trashing.


Saves on toilet paper. Every little bit of recycling helps a lot.

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