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Use them as they are, or cut them in rings. Leave them plain or decorate them. Any way you look at it, there are tons of thrifty ways to reuse cardboard tubes.
Get help with chores by teaching kids (and asking others) to refill the toilet paper holder when it’s empty, and to let you know when you’re almost out so you can get more. Charmin® Ultra Strong with DuraClean™ texture cleans so well you can use less*.
*vs. the bird brand
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Reuse Egg Cartons
Reuse Shipping & Packaging Boxes
Tips for Reusing Items as Organizers
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