Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Charmin.
Summer 2016 is in full swing! With the sun staying out longer, people are gathering together for barbecues, late night bonfires and holiday get-togethers. I, for one, love having my friends and family over to grill outside during these summer months and do it as often as I can. So, what are my necessities to having guests over in these hot temps? Food – yes. Bug spray – quite possibly. Charmin toilet paper – absolutely.
Do I really spend time thinking about toilet paper? Yes, I do. Adding Charmin to my list of ‘must-haves’ for a successful summer gathering might seem a bit odd, but I promise, it makes everything run so much more smoothly. By stocking up your bathroom with Charmin – whether it be Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong (I prefer Ultra Strong) – there is less to worry about while the party is going on. I mean, who wants to run to a guest’s assistance with a plunger in hand? 😉
We’re avoiding the plunger this summer! Not only can you buy Charmin in a variety of sizes and keep the number of rolls you put out to a minimum, but Charmin is also Roto-Rooter approved and has a clog-free, septic-safe guarantee or it is free altogether. Can you beat that?! I know I can’t. And if you don’t believe me, just ask your neighborhood plumber because most plumbers choose to use Charmin instead of any other toilet paper. They know that it starts to break down after flushing while in drain lines, and because of that, trust it more than anything else.
With Charmin in the bathroom, you take two things off your plate: first, that you’ll run out of toilet paper during the party (embarrassing!) and second, that your guests will clog your toilet (even worse!). And, if you have little kiddos running around like I do, having one less thing to worry about is always ideal! So, stock up on Charmin and when your guests arrive, don’t worry about what’s going on in the bathroom! Focus on the grilling and good times happening in the backyard.
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