Stockpiling Saturday – What do you Stockpile for each room?

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Today for Stockpiling Saturday I am talking about What do you Stockpile for each room of your house.  I stockpile for about every room in my house! I know it sounds funny, but it is true! Over the next couple of weeks I am going to walk you through my house and tell you about the stockpiles for each room! This will give you an idea of things to stockpile. You may not have thought about certain items! This is just the tip of the iceberg at my house! It would take me all day to go completely through the stockpile! Please get involved and post what you stockpile for these rooms! This will give others ideas!

Laundry Room: I have Tide (Trial Size) stockpiled in my laundry room! (I got this for free with my $1 coupons off any tide) Tide Stain Lifter, Oxi Clean, Downy sheets, Downy liquid, Shout, Snuggle, Oxi Clean Stain Sticks, and Dryer Bars!

Living Room: Candles (for up high, away from the toddlers), cardboard matches (they are made of recyclables and you can pick them up all over the place for FREE), Picture frames (just in case one gets knocked off. Kohl’s is a great place to pick up discounted frames.)

Kitchen and Eat In Area: Tablecloths (you can find them so cheap after holidays, even better when you have a coupon), Canned goods, frozen products, paper goods, Popcorn (you can always find Popcorn Free or close to Free), Cereals (we do not pay more than $.90 for name brand cereal), Condiments (always clip condiment coupons, for example, Ketchup, Hot sauce, dressings, mustard, dipping sauces, and etc. You can find these items Free or Close to Free.)

Bathroom – Cleaning products, toothpaste, tooth brushes, Deodorant, Shampoo, Conditioner, Soap, Body Wash, Dental Floss, Mouthwash, Hair styling products.

**Always look for closeouts that match your coupons! You can usually find these free or close to free!

Stockpiling 101 Series:

What is a stockpile?

How do you build a stockpile?

How to use the freezer to stockpile

Monthly Menu Planning

Collecting your coupons

Comments

  1. amy osborn says:

    This is such a great idea, a new way to think of stockpiling.

  2. Great ideas I mostly stockpile stuff for the kitchen, bathroom and laundry area…my bathroom stockpile is running over so I filled a bag to bring to my parents house later

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