5 Essential P&G Products I Buy to Avoid the Oops

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With two young kids running around we have a lot of “Oops” moments in our home. My kids seem to make the biggest messes when I’m running low or completely out of the essential cleaning supplies. Not long ago Aubrey had a potty accident. She didn’t make it to the bathroom and ended up peeing all over my bedroom floor. That’s an “oops” in itself, but the bigger “oops”? That’s when I realized I was out of Swiffer pads and had forgotten to put them on my shopping list. It’s no fun dragging two cranky kids to the store just for mop pads.

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My biggest “oops” moment occurred a couple months ago when I forgot to buy more toilet paper. Aubrey dropped the last roll into the toilet, and I didn’t know it until I finished my own personal bathroom business. I reached for the tp, and it was gone. I checked the bathroom cabinet, empty. That’s when I saw the last roll sitting in the trash can soaking wet. My dad stopped by for an impromptu visit, and the girls let him inside as I was screaming for one of them to find me some napkins or paper towels. Thankfully my dad found the paper towels and sent Ellie into the bathroom to rescue me while he ran to the store for some toilet paper! Right then and there I decided I had to start keeping extra items stocked around the house.

I like to stock up on items we use the most, but I had been avoiding the bulk size packages. We don’t have any warehouse type stores in our area, and the grocery stores that carry bulk items really overprice them.

I don’t have to settle for paying those higher prices or avoiding bulk any longer. I can now buy my favorite P&G products in bulk size from Walmart.com. Plus, orders over $50 qualify for free shipping without the ShippingPass!

5 Essential P&G Products to “Avoid The Oops”

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Now I always have Bounty Basic paper towels, Mr. Clean multi-purpose cleaner, Mr. Clean Magic Erasers, Swiffer Wet Jet Refill Pads, and Cascade Platinum on hand. I can shop KitchenLaundryCleaningBaby, and Bathroom at once for a much lower price, and they are delivered to my door. Anything that saves me money and a trip to the store is a win/win!

Speaking of bathrooms, am I the only person who keeps a stock of feminine products on hand for visitors? When I stock up on bathroom supplies I always add sanitary napkins to my order because I know what it’s like when you receive an unexpected early monthly visit and have to ask your host for some extra supplies.

With the Summer heat and the pool wreaking havoc on my hair, I had to take advantage of @Walmart’s great price for Aussie Moist 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner when I placed my latest order. It does wonders to my hair and smells so great!

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My whole order with all my essentials plus my bathroom stock cost me $61.05 with free shipping. That’s so much cheaper than buying from my local stores, and I’m stocked up for all those “Oops” moments as they come my way! You can “Avoid the Oops” yourself by heading over to www.avoidtheoops.com to shop for essentials from P&G.

Have you ever had an “Oops” moment of your own?

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Jenn is from Upstate, SC, and loves that she gets to work from home to be with her two little girls. Jenn has been happily married to her very own Superman, Ben, for over a decade, and spends her time reading, writing short stories, doing freelance work and blogging, crafting, riding motorcycles, watching Clemson football, and enjoying life with her family.

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