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This is a new little tip to save some money that I picked up recently. I use the cube tissue box in my bathroom so I always buy the replacements which contain less tissues, but cost the same as the rectangular boxes. Tissues were on sale at my local k-mart 4 boxes for $5. You could purchase the cubes or the rectangular boxes. My cousin taught me that if I save my old cardboard cube I you can open up the ends and take the tissues out of the rectangular box and fold them so they work just the same in the cube! So, in the end I got about 400 more kleenex's for my $5!
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Originally Posted by srain
Cool! We use handkerchiefs- even cheaper!
Hey, that's what I was going to say
We keep tissues around for guests, but the kids and I almost usually hankies.
 

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If you use a cube, you can lay a roll of toilet paper on its side and feed the end through the top of the tissue holder. This works best with smaller toilet tissue rolls.
 
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