Cottonelle has been a part of our bathroom routine for years. We love the softness of it and the rolls are just the right size for our household.
Cottonelle is having a contest for their fans to try to name the Cottonelle Care Routine. This routine includes using the Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care Toilet Paper and the Fresh Care Flushable Wipes together to get an extra clean feeling. The campaign is called “Try It and Name It,” which I think is both hilarious and fun! If you go over to their Facebook page, you can play with the name generator to come up with the best name for your routine! I used the randomizer and got “Fresh Care,” which is reflected in the title of this blog post.
Go on, you know you want to run over there really quick to play with the name generator. Go ahead and click here to go play with it and come back and leave a comment telling me what the name of yours is!
Cottonelle is hosting a contest to “Try It and Name It.” You must use The Customizer on their page to create a name for the care routine between June 12, 2012 and February 28, 2013. Visit Cottonelle.com for more information and official rules. Winners will be selected weekly and one winner will receive a year’s supply of Cottonelle products.
When thinking of routines both in the bathroom and out, my mind immediately goes to potty training. My daughter has hit that age where we really don’t need baby wipes, but occasionally a little something more than standard toilet paper is needed. The Cottonelle Care Routine is the perfect solution to our potty training needs.
Freshening up doesn’t have to end in the bathroom. With spring here, it is time to freshen up other areas of our home. Sure, in our bathroom, we update the decor and even include a Cottonelle designer toilet roll cover that goes with the decor in that room, but we also update many other areas of our home for spring. I like to change out my kitchen and living room decor and incorporate as many fresh flowers as I can. I tend to choose brighter, fun colors in my decorations and also re-purpose as much throughout the house as I can. I’ve made new pillows and rag rugs with old t-shirts and use crafts paints and glass etching solution to make old vases look new.
How do you freshen up your home for spring?