What is a good price to buy cleaning products, laundry detergent or other household items?
A price so good, that you should consider buying in excess, for future use. This strategic buying in excess when the price point is called stocking up and building a stockpile.
Here’s a Stock Up Price List for Household Items you can download and print for your reference. Keep in mind, this is a guide – meaning your prices may be higher or lower (and which is why there is room for you to write your own stock up price on this list).
You’ll find a high and a low stock up price point. Typically when starting out (no stock in hand), you might purchase products at a slightly higher price point. Once you have accumulated a nice size stockpile, the price point for stocking up is lower, for some items even as low as free.
Stocking up in general means buying enough products to last about 6 months and until the next round of stock up price point deals.