Thursday, April 9, 2009

Recycled Products and Walmart


Walmart is very focused on working to help us as moms to save money and are interested in our ideas as to how they can help us to do that. They are concerned with the environment and are also working to have "green" products. Because I am part of the "More than 11 Moms" community I have been sent a couple of things to try out.
Yesterday I received this pack of products. White Cloud paper towels and toilet paper. Who can't use that? It came in the reusable grocery bag. I have to admit that I have not used the reusable bags when I go shopping. I have felt that I buy so much that I would have to have so many to walk into the store. But there is no reason that I can't try them. It just makes sense.
To use recycled paper towels and toilet paper is great. We try to use kitchen towels that we can wash daily but we still use paper towels. Ok...toilet paper we will always use...I do have my limits and no I am not planning on using some washable towels in there!! LOL
Can't wait to test out these products. Thanks Walmart!!

4 comments:

My2Gs said...

Very cool! I'm bummed that I haven't gotten anything to review yet :(

Condo Blues said...

I use resuable shoppping bags. It's not too hard if you have a system in place. I have a large tote in the trunk of my car full of shopping bags. I have a good size collection now that I got mostly for free. I just did a post on it http://condo-blues.blogspot.com/2009/04/how-i-get-free-reusable-shopping-tote.html. While I was building my collection I used the the 1 or 2 reusable bags I had and then went with plastic until I built up my current collection. You can always reuse the plastic shopping bags too.

Stuff could always be worse said...

I agree with you, I will use store bags but toilet paper?

Algebra Teacher said...

I thought the same thing about the reusable bags, but they hold so much more than the plastic bags. I can usually do a week or two worth of shopping and use 3-4 of the bags. I do still have them put meat that is not completely sealed in a plastic bag or a paper sack.