Do you guys remember my last post sharing with you about the Cottonelle Care Routine? In that post, I also talked about the Cott0nelle Name it Contest in which I asked you all to share with us what you would name your routine.
For those who missed it…the Cottonelle Care Routine is a two step regimen consisting of Cottonelle’s Ultra Comfort Care toilet paper and Fresh Care flushable wipes! Together these two are the perfect combination for those times when toilet paper just isn’t enough!
When I put the call out and asked you, what would you name your Cottonelle Care Routine, I knew this was going to be good. I was amused by the funny and creative names you all submitted and would like to share them with you. Some of them, I still cannot say or look at without cracking a smile.
So for your enjoyment and a few laughs, here are a few of my favorites!
- Pristine Clean!
- “Back it UP”!
- The Dream Team
- Spunky Funky ( WHAT! well I guess lol )
- Clean Slate
- Freshly Done
- Tushy Duo
And the one that still has me laughing……
The “Tush” is GOOD
You cannot help but love that one…real funny stuff!
Have you submitted your entry for the Cottonelle “Name It” Contest? If not, you still have the chance. Cottonelle is still searching for an official name for the Cottonelle® Care Routine, head over now and join in on the fun and use the “Name It” customizer on their Facebook page!
By entering your name in the Contest – you could win a YEAR’s supply of Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care and Cottonelle Fresh Care products!
We’re still using our two step routine and loving it! Since implementing the routine, I cannot imagine going without. Not only do I have the system set up in my main bathroom, I also have it available in the guest bath so that guests can experience the goodness as well and can feel as comfortable as if they were at home in their own bathroom!
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