Monday, December 1, 2014

Scott Naturals Goes Tube Free Review & Giveaway







Did you know there are about 17 billion toilet paper tubes tossed away annually? That's a whole lot of trees! Scott brand has come up with a way to save trees by making their tube free rolls! 

Now, I know what you must be thinking...if it's tube free how will it work on my toilet paper rack? Will it easily roll to release the sheets? Is it still the same high quality toilet paper I expect from Scott? Allow me to help answer some of these questions for you.

Yes, this toilet paper will work like a normal roll with the paper roll inside, it easily turns on your toilet paper rack to release the sheets as you pull. Yes, the high quality you expect from Scott is still there! The super soft sheets treat your bum like royalty!

This was the first time I have used Scott brand toilet paper and I love how thick the sheets are, with a toddler who is potty training it's very important to have thick sheets that will withstand almost anything, the last thing I want is messy hands in the bathroom.

With Scott's easy to tear perforations my toddler can also get her own toilet paper without any trouble, although she tends to take too much, you have to love potty training toddlers!

Would you like to try Scott Naturals tube free for yourself? Enter to win a 4 pack below. 
Disclosure: Trista of Mama's Little Minions received a product in order to facilitate a review. No form of compensation was received. All opinions are hers alone and may differ from those of your own. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we use personally and believe will be good for readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” Mama's Little Minions is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

55 comments:

  1. We recycle newspapers and magazines.

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  2. we all recycle glass, plastics, and papers!

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  3. I recycle almost everything I can and I'm careful with what garbage we produce. (lilbittypanda at aol dot com)

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  4. recycle bottles, paper, cans, and started cloth diapering

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  5. We recycle and try to reuse things.

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  6. We compost, use cloth napkins, recycle, have switched to energy efficient appliances & lightbulbs.

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  7. We recyycle & reuse whenever possible.

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  8. I try to cut down on things we do not need. We recycle cardboard and paper at my house.

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  9. We go by the saying "waste not, want not" in our house.

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  10. We do our best to Recycle, Re-purpose and Re-Use everything! Thank goodness for DIY blogs and websites. :)

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  11. We reuse everything we can. We even made a boat out of milk jugs last summer!

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  12. We recycle, but what helps more is the composting, and repurposing. We reuse stuff all the time. Sometimes for crafts, but most often for something functional.

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  13. we reuse what we can in our house.

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  14. I am conscious over my water usage. Such as turning off faucet when brushing teeth.

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  15. We use linen napkins instead of paper and recycle what we can

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  16. we use linen napkins and recycle as much as possible.

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  17. We have stopped buying paper products and use cloth things instead

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  18. we recycle cans and try to find useful ways to reuse things

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  19. Limit my husband's toilet tissue use. He would use an entire roll a day if I didn't hide the extra rolls. Thanks for the giveaway,,always need extra toilet tissue..

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  20. We recycle glass, newspapers, and plastic. I reuse plastic containers for lunch boxes and storing leftovers.
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  21. We recycle as much as they allow us to...and I also like using Freecycle, to allow others to use what we no longer need.

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  22. We drink lots of water in my home, so we made the switch to reusable bottles and straws! I don't buy the plastics anymore and we save tons of room in the recycling bin, so I know its making a small difference!

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  23. we recycle anything we can use paperless billing online

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  24. We recycle and compost to reduce waste also when buying products try to find ones with less packaging

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  25. We buy bottled water. Instead of buying new bottles all the time we use the reusable ones.

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  26. We also recycle anything we could because it would help us to save a lot of money!
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  27. We recycle as much as we can, and try to reuse items! I LOVE the idea of no tubes!!!!

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  28. We try to reuse plastic and we recycle everything that we can.

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  29. We recycle just about everything we can. We use glass bottles, and glass straws. No more throwaways!

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  30. We recycle newspapers, magazines, glass containers, cardboard boxes, aluminum cans, and plastics!

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  31. We recycle and take unused items (clothing, decorations, etc) to thrift stores!

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  32. I didn't even know that tube free toilet paper existed so first off thank you so much for posting this!! At my home we really try our best to reuse anything we can. Whether it's shopping bags or food containers we try to make everything multi-purpose. Of course we also recycle all that we can too. Thank you for doing this awesome giveaway!!

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  33. I recycle and try to reuse everything that I can.

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  34. I recycle bottles, cans and plastic and I reuse things like gift bags and tissue paper.

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  35. try to not use paper towels unless necessary.

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  36. We made our on compost pile last year. Its amazing what all you can put in it. We also reuse and repurpose lots of things. We use stained clothing for cleaning rags instead of paper towels and sometimes even use the scraps for sewing projects.

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  37. We recycle and my husband composts for our garden

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  38. We like to use the backs of coupon mailers as scrap paper to reduce waste. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  39. We reduce waste in our home by recycling paper, plastic & aluminum!

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  40. We recycle and turn off lights when we leave a room.

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  41. We reuse the plastic bags from the grocery store

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  42. We reuse all that we can. We have bins set up to collect things.

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  43. we recycle cans and we reuse a lot of things

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  44. We repurpose as much as possible. Baby clothes are becoming doll clothes for Christmas.

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  45. I reuse water bottles. it is such a waste to use once and toss out

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  46. I recycle everything recyclable.I use my own grocery bags. Thank you for the chance :)
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