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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cottonelle.

When does potty training end?  On some laundry days I feel it never does.  You get where I'm going with this, right?  My family is all old enough to take care of themselves.  They have been taught how to: pick-up after themselves, tie their shoes, ride a bike, make a meal and use a computer.  (I can't take credit for teaching my husband, he was good to go by the time I met him.)   So why, oh why, with some areas of personal care, are certain things being overlooked?  Only to be found by me in the laundry room?!  People please!  Talking about bathroom habits can be embarrassing but you may be missing out on a better way to get clean. That’s why Cottonelle is partnering with Cherry Healey to get people to talk about the way they wipe.   Visit the Cottonelle Facebook Group to see how Cherry does asking strangers "Do you know what these are?" .

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The education is continuing because I'm adding a product into the routine in the latrine.  My family can give me funny looks all they like, but this is happening.  And why shouldn't it? Being clean is a good thing.  Cottonelle Flushable Cleansing Cloths are available in a sleek, newly designed, upright dispenser – making it easier for everyone, no matter the age, to enjoy the clean and fresh feeling of the Cottonelle Care Routine.

None of us mind using a moist towelette on our hands, why should we mind using one on our tush?  I mean, seriously?  One family member said, "I'll feel wet".  I said to give it a try and they'll see.  This isn't a bidet, it's a moist cleansing cloth that's the final step toward being clean.  

Experiencing is believing. Incorporating cleansing cloths into your bathroom routine may feel weird at first but ultimately, it’s a clean and fresh feeling that leaves you ready for anything.
My new sign in the bathroom - Doth the cloth!  

Are you ready? Don’t be shy! Visit the Cottonelle Facebook Group to learn more about the Cottonelle Clean Routine and join the clean routine conversation.  You HAVE to see the video Cherry Crosses The Pond.  She's clever, kind and enjoys asking stranger's in an airport "Do you know what these are?"  Some of the responses are hysterical.  Visit the Cottonelle Facebook Group and check it out.

Cottonelle wants to get you talking about your bum and on a better way to clean “down there” by using the Cottonelle Clean Routine. By combining the use of Cottonelle Toilet Paper and Cottonelle Flushable Cleansing Cloths, the Cottonelle Clean Routine is a revolutionary way to keep your bum cleaner.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cottonelle.  All opinions are truthfully my own.

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