There are so many things in life that you may think you need a lot of, but then there are things which you really do need more. If you stop to think about it, you can probably come up with a good list of things you really do need, and how often you have to replace these items. The following four items are often the most common items people cannot do without, and always need more of in their homes and places of work.
Double-A or Triple-A Bulk Batteries
How many different things can you think of that need double A or triple A bulk batteries? Probably a lot. Between TV remotes and kids' toys, there is nary a battery-powered device that does not require one of these two sizes of batteries. They run out of power so quickly too, so buying them in bulk is a smart buy and a smart thing to do.
Tape is used for repairing paper rips, rips in books, rips in photographs, frayed electrical cords, boxes, leaky plumbing, and dozens of other things. You need tape of all kinds stocked up in your home and workplace to manage all kinds of little repairs that can be managed with a bit of tape. When there is a sale on tape, or when you can buy it in bulk, stock up.
If you had to think about it, how much soap do you use in a year? How much soap to bathe with, how much soap to wash laundry, and how much soap to wash dishes do you think you use? If you are like most people, you probably use a lot of laundry soap, a lot of dish soap, and quite a lot of shampoo and bar soap or body wash soaps. Thankfully, soap of all kinds can be bought in bulk, too.
You can use garbage bags for more than just garbage. Garbage bags are good for collecting old clothes you do not need anymore and want to give away. You can stuff children's toys in them and toss the bags in closets or storage units. Bag up fake Christmas trees for storage, or bag up actual Christmas trees when the tree is spent and the season is over. Practically anything you can bag up and need to bag garbage bags can cover, and giant, value-sized boxes of garbage bags can save you a lot of money.