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Holiday Clean-Up Just Got Easier Sponsored By Team Viva Vantage

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Disclaimer: This is a Sponsored post on behalf of TeamVivaVantage and Crowdtap. The reviewer has been compensated and received the product/service at a reduced price or for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

I use a lot of paper towels here at the farm especially during the summer and the holiday season. They are used for cleaning up messes on tables, floors, countertops and stovetops. I also use paper towels to scrub out animal cages, absorbing blood from meat, absorbing water from produce and that is just the beginning of the role paper towels play here. Most paper towels come in full sheets and Viva Vantage is available that way if you prefer – but there is another option as well referred to as Choose-A-Sheet. This is my preferred option because let’s face it, you don’t always need a full size sheet of paper toweling plus Viva Vantage has a V-Flex Weave making it ideal for scrubbing plus giving it a sponge-like absorbency. Viva Vantage is a great product that works well around my farmhouse. This is why I was honored to write a Sponsored post for Kleenex TeamVivaVantage and Crowdtap.

Papers towels need to be three things to work for me – soft, strong and lint-free. After all, one of the reasons I use paper towels on top of my cloth dish towels when drying produce is to keep the lint off the produce. As mentioned above, I also lay my meat on paper towels before I season it to soak up the excess blood. This tenderizes the meat in the process. Some brands of paper towels leave lint specks behind that I have to figure out how to remove without using water. I am so happy to say, Viva Vantage does not leave lint behind. I love that I can choose the right size of paper toweling for the amount of produce I am drying or even the size that best corresponds to the meat I am preparing. I feel like I am being more environmentally friendly and wasting less.

I also love the scrubbing power of Viva Vantage. From animal cages to food spills, I can quickly and easily scrub the mess then toss the paper towel in the compost bin. The absorbency of Viva Vantage paper towels is another real plus. I hate paper towels that drip and simply won’t absorb the wetness. With Viva Vantage, I truly feel like I am working with a sponge and I can wring the water out into something if I choose then go right back to using the same paper towel to keep on absorbing. The paper towels are stretchy and cloth-like thanks to the V-Flex Weave technology. In fact, the only problem I have is I have to be careful when tearing off a sheet of paper towel because of the stretchiness of the material! This is easily solved however by placing on hand on the roll and using the other hand to tear off the sheet I want.

With the holidays just around the corner, I am really glad that I am part of TeamVivaVantage because I know my holiday clean-up just got easier. I make a huge mess on my stovetop and in my oven during the holiday season with all the cooking and baking going on. This year – clean-up is truly going to be a breeze and I appreciate having a paper towel strong enough to be used in place of a cloth dishrag. That means less laundry for me and more time to do things I enjoy like spending time with family and friends – or baking a few extra cookies for Santa!

I would love to hear your thoughts on the new Viva Vantage paper towels and how you will use them during the upcoming holiday season to make clean-up easier in your home. Please leave your comments below! If you haven’t tried Viva Vantage yet, now is the perfect time! Try Viva Vantage for yourself today! I know you are going to love it – no matter what you use paper towels for.

 

 

 

 

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