Video--Washable Toilet Paper--Don't Make That Face!

August 29, 2018

Hey y'all, it's me!

In my latest video, I discuss my system for saving money on toilet paper by using washable toilet paper, also known as family cloths. I save a LOT of money by using this system.


If you like the video, please hit the like button on YouTube!

Well, I got chores. Later y'all.
© Evelyn Edgett 2018

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  1. I just can't do this, ugh love you;) Okay maybe but not that desperate yet.

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    1. No problem--like I said, not everyone can do this. Other folks do things that absolutely FREAK ME OUT to save money, yet I say more power to 'em!

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  2. With all the times I've used an outhouse/a bucket/the woods, I'm not easily grossed out (by this topic anyway). I don't do it (yet?) but I don't think it's a crazy idea and it's good to learn about alternatives. Someday I may be in a situation where I don't want to spend money on tp or it just isn't available. Thanks for the explanation!

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    1. I have used outhouses too! I lived with my grandparents as a small child, and they had one for years. Since I was so little, I had a little chamber pot for night time. When we lived in the mountains, at one time we stayed on a friend's property, and although they had a bathroom in their cabin, they also had an outhouse back behind the old barn where we had our camper. Trust me when I say that you have never had a 'morning constitutional' of quality until you have had one overlooking a mountain ravine with deer walking past! When we had out own place, I didn't want folks going in my camper to potty, so I fixed up a nice area for an outhouse, and at the public gathering area I put up a cedar slab on a tree with '4U2P', with an arrow pointing in the direction of the outhouse. No, I don't miss those days, yet I'm thankful that I know how to get along in that department if I ever have to.

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  3. I saw your video and your explanation is good. I think I could do it for #1, but not #2... lol

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    1. Many folks don't, and that's fine--they still save a lot of money by doing just that.

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