This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Walmart.
You know what’s the worst? Running out of the products you use on a daily basis. What’s even worse is when you run out for the product right in the middle of using them, like laundry detergent when you have 3 loads left! Ugh! Or when you are happily (ok no one happily does this) doing the dishes and you realize half way through that you’ve run out of dish detergent – not good at all.
That is why I shop at www.avoidtheoops.com and stay stocked up with P&G products from Walmart. It’s easy to do, you just log on and choose from the convenient categories and have them sent right to your front door so you never run out of the essentials.
Shop the following categories!
Laundry, we all have to do and some more than others. We are Gain people, I love the way that Gain cleans my clothes and of course, how it smells. I bought the largest bottle, the 170 fl oz one that washes 100 loads and the 160 count of the Gain dryer sheets so I think we are good for quite some time.
Personally, one of the products I need to have on hand at all times is dish detergent. I chose Dawn Original Dishwashing Liquid in the 56 fl oz size because I know it will last a long time and since I use it on a daily basis, I won’t be left without it when I need it.
Being a family of 5, and a family with four pets, we definitely need the big pack of paper towels. I grabbed the 6 roll pack that has 95 sheets in total.
Lastly, let’s talk about Charmin Freshmates Flushable Wipes refills. We have come to expect to have these on hand and we go through them quickly. I like to use them for a quick wipe down of the sink from toothpaste splatters and also to freshen up the toilet area, if you have boys, you know what I mean. So, 480 sheets is awesome to have on hand.
Check out www.avoidtheoops.com and stock up on your family’s essentials and save money with Walmart’s low prices. Also, by ordering the larger sizes online, you won’t have to worry about lugging them home!
What are your oops moments? What products would you hate to run out of?