There are some items that in the event of a long term disaster would be very important to have. One of those items is toilet paper. Toilet paper is something we take for granted because we can run down to the store to get it when we need it. If that wasn't an option toilet paper would become extremely valuable for obvious reasons. Toilet paper is something most of us have to have on a daily basis, or have become accustomed to having.
Toilet paper in some form has been around as long as we have been around. There are some alternatives to using conventional toilet paper but I recommend stocking up as much as you can so you don't have to resort to a different method. Toilet paper is cheap to store up but is bulky and takes up a lot of space. The very tops of your closets would be a good place to store a big package of toilet paper because the very top next to the ceiling is space rarely used.
It's not hard at all to stock up 6 months to a year of toilet paper for the family. In an emergency you would want to use it sparingly. Toilet paper can be supplemented with baby wipes that are also cheap and easy to store. Use the toilet paper to remove the bulk of the problem, followed with the baby wipes for a final clean up. If nothing else at least match your toilet paper storage with your food storage.
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