Be Ready for Summer Backyard Bashes with Charmin – Frugal Novice

Be Ready for Summer Backyard Bashes with Charmin


I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Charmin. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation. All content and thoughts are my own.

The Fourth of July is coming up next week and we’re planning to have a cookout! We’ll grill burgers and hot dogs, slice up a watermelon, and have some friends and family over for a classic summer celebration.

We love entertaining, and summer get-togethers are just the best. We can hang out in the back yard, let the kids run around and play, and enjoy cool treats to beat the heat. Fourth of July parties are always fun  to decorate for, because you can go all out with the red, white, and blue!

Of course, when you have a lot of people coming to your house you want to make it a great experience from start to finish. Yes, that means having delicious food, fun activities and great decor, but you also have to think about logistics. Do you have enough seating for everyone? What temperature will you set your thermostat to so people don’t get too warm? And are you using the right toilet paper?

Oh, wait. You haven’t thought about that?

Well, you ought to. It’d be super embarrassing to end up with a clogged toilet in the middle of a party just because you aren’t using Charmin! Charmin and Roto-Rooter, America’s largest provider of plumbing & drain services, have teamed up again this year to remind us all of the clog-free and septic-safe guarantee that only comes with Charmin.

My friend told me she actually had a problem with backed up toilets when her family came to visit, and they actually had to have a plumber come afterward. Avoid dealing with toilet problems during or after your summer entertaining by using Charmin to begin with.

Be sure and check out my video with great tips to prepare for summer entertaining!

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  • Michelle June 30, 2015 at 9:20 am

    I had a plumber tell me not to use Charmin because it causes plumbing problems. Isn’t it ironic that they
    are teaming up.