Did you know Delta Faucet wants to help dads upgrade their thrones with their new Corrente Toilet? It’s true and that is today’s topic. Toilets. I’m writing about toilets because I am taking part in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Delta Faucet. BTW, I will receive a promotional item as a thank you for participating. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.
Did you know May is Home Improvement Month? Neither did I. Luckily, Waterpik knows it’s Home Improvement Month. That’s why they sent me their awesome RainFall+ showerhead to review and a gift basket to give away on my dad blog. The prize pack consists of a RainFall+ showerhead, $25 Home Depot card, and a set of candles. The company also sent me a home improvement video from home expert Cassandra Lavalle, founder of Coco+Kelley.
Friday, April 22nd, is Earth Day. Recycling is year round, but this time of the year I usually focus on recycling items that our garbage hauler won’t collect. I store these items in the garage until I’m ready, and then I take the items to the appropriate place for recycling. I mentioned in another blog post that you can recycle your batteries and fluorescent bulbs at Home Depot, but there are several places that offer free recycling:
- Best Buy – electronics like TVs, DVD players, computer monitors, audio and video cables, cell phones, etc
- Target – aluminum, glass and plastic beverage containers, plastic bags, MP3 players, cell phones and ink cartridges
- Walmart – Samsung, Durabrand and Ilo consumer electronics (other brands are recyclable for a fee)
- Ikea – paper, cardboard, plastics, glass, compact fluorescent light bulbs
- Lowe’s – rechargeable batteries, compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), cell phones and plastic shopping bags
- Home Depot – batteries and fluorescent bulbs
- Goodwill – computers, computer accessories and some electronics items
- Salvation Army – plastics (old wastebaskets, broken Rubbermaid products, large children’s toys), broken jewelry pieces (including the backs of earrings), stuffed animals, cardboard, metal, cell phones, old computers and computer monitors, purses, clothing, shoes, and books