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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Viva® Vantage®.

Last week I was invited to attend a Viva® Vantage® live event. There, I was given information on the paper towels and a chance to put them to the test. We had several stations where we could use the Viva® Vantage® paper towels in: arts & crafts, drying stemware, washing produce, and eating greasy foods like bacon.

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My first stop was the arts & crafts table. I absolutely love art and know how important paper towels can be while painting (especially since I tend to be a messy painter) so I couldn’t wait to see how they held up. 

Photo Credit: Leslie Callan, Green Vintage Photography.

Luckily (for me), the paper towels were thick enough to not let the wet paint that dripped off the stem of my glass get even a drop onto the purple table cloth. Normally I wouldn’t just leave a paper towel in between paint and fabric, but Viva® Vantage® held its own and impressed me.

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Photo Credit: Leslie Callan, Green Vintage Photography.

After arts & crafts, it was time to see what all the buzz was about surrounding washing produce. I heard that you can ditch the colander with Viva® Vantage® paper towels and I was curious to see how they worked as a strainer. Turns out they work incredibly well.

Viva® Vantage® paper towels are also excellent for drying your glass and stemware as it doesn’t leave all that nasty residue.

Drying glasses

The last station I attended was the food station. There we had a make-your-own waffle bar, fruit, quiche and of course… BACON!! Even if you don’t eat bacon, you know how greasy it can be. The Viva® Vantage® paper towels soaked up the grease nicely and didn’t leave a mess on the plate underneath.

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After the event, we were encouraged to try the Viva® Vantage® paper towels in our own home and try their 7-day switch up. I found there are so many great ways to use these paper towels then just the standard “after eating” use.

Here are 7 ways to switch up your paper towels:

  1. Substitute your shower towel with a few pieces of Viva® Vantage® paper towels. It will help reduce the frizz and dry your hair more quickly.
  2. Ditch the bulky colander in favor of a paper towel. Place fruit or veggies on a sheet of Viva® Vantage® paper towels under running water to function as a strainer, the stretchy-strength will keep the towel intact when wet.
  3. Viva® Vantage® has great scrubbing power and perfect for getting that grime off your stove.
  4. If you’re a fan of white wine and want it chilled quickly, skip the ice. Instead, wrap a damp paper towel around the bottle and put it in the freezer to chill rapidly.
  5. Keep lettuce fresh longer by wrapping a paper towel around the head of lettuce to soak up excess moisture.
  6. Scrub dirt off your potatoes, mushrooms, etc. with the scrubbing power of Viva® Vantage®.
  7. Hand wash and dry stemware using the cloth-like texture of Viva® Vantage® paper towels for a sparkling finish.

Often times mom’s get into their routines and can get stuck in a rut when it comes to the brand of paper towels, and the Viva® brand knows that. That’s why they’re encouraging us to “switch up” our current paper towel to Viva® Vantage®!

Commit to a “7-Day Switch Up” and see why more mom’s prefer the stretchy-strength of Viva® Vantage®, which was recently named a 2015 Product of the Year, over their current paper towel brand. After experiencing the stretchy-strength and great scrubbing power of Viva® Vantage®, you can head to their website to dish on your switch and enter for a chance to instantly win a $100 gift card. Visit http://bit.ly/1T3mdFX to learn more and for a Viva® Vantage® coupon.

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Photo Credit: Leslie Callan, Green Vintage Photography.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Viva® Vantage®.