Loves It: Bathroom Survival Kit

Now it's safe to use any restroom!

Loves It: Bathroom Survival Kit

Now it’s safe to use any restroom!

-PJ Gach

public restroom survival kit

How many times has this happened to you? You have to go, really, really go! Sweaty and shaking you finally find a restroom, fling open the stall door and gag at the sight! Or there’s a super clean stall and no toilet paper!

Instead of praying that you’re not attacked by Ebola, keep the Public Restroom Survival Kit ($13.11, minimus.biz) in your tote. The kit comes with 1 each (travel size):

• Charmin® To Go Bathroom Tissue package

• Charmin® To Go Toilet Seat Covers package

• Charmin To Go® Fresh Mates Cloths Clorox Disinfecting Wipes To Go Pack – Fresh Scent

• Lysol® Disinfectant Spray – Crisp Linen® scent

• Purell® Aloe Hand Sanitizer (2oz)

• Safe2Touch – On-The-Go Surface Cleaner

• (2) disposable Nitrile Gloves (powder free – size large)

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Everything is packed neatly in a resealable red zippered bag. Toss this kit in your laptop or gym bag, purse or backpack and you’ll never have to worry about TP on the road again!

 PJ Gach is the Senior Editor: Style + Beauty at BettyConfidential.


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0 thoughts on “Loves It: Bathroom Survival Kit

  1. nycblonde says:

    Boy do I wish I had this over the weekend!

  2. booksorclothes says:

    Damn!

  3. shopaholic says:

    There are some bathrooms that you run screaming out of.

  4. NYCdogmommy says:

    this is a good idea- bet it was thought of by a woman!

  5. DawnRDH says:

    5. NYCdogmommy on 08/23/2010 – 8:17 am (EDT)
    this is a good idea- bet it was thought of by a woman!

    You are absolutly right!! Great also for women with children, that can’t do the balance act!

  6. dragons says:

    It would be easy to throw one of these kits together yourself. All of these items are available in the trial/travel size section of your local drug store/Target/Wal-Mart. Buy a small pouch at the dollar store or use a ziploc baggie and there you have it. Cheaper, too.

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