B&M Is Selling Cans Of 'Poop Freeze' For £1.99
Picking up dog poo is a bit of a crappy job at the best of times. We're sure some days are worse than others and that's why you can buy a little tin of poop freezer from B&M.
Taking to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook, one customer told fellow members how the product was on the shelves of the value retailer.
The dog owner wrote: "Poop Freeze in BnM for £1.99! If you are a dog owner you know how horrid de-pooping the garden can be after its rained! I will be trying it tomorrow!"
She then updated her post, adding: "1. If it's raining and my dog poops no I don't pick it up straight away. 2. This is not to be sprayed on the dog it's only on the poop. 3. There are only so many frosty mornings which are perfect poop picking time, dog owners know what I mean!"
Since being posted there have been over 3,900 comments, with many people tagging their dog owner pals.
One person wrote: "Omg I need this stuff. Especially after this rain!" Another added: "Think this could be worth a try especially in this weather." Someone else wrote: "I saw this yesterday, after the rain we've had it could possibly be needed."
The Poop Freeze comes in a 150ml can which is sprayed directly on to the poo and works to cool and freeze it, meaning that it will be easier to pick up and handle.
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Maybe freezing poo isn't your thing (wouldn't blame ya) so what else can we find in B&M?
Well, they're selling a range of CBD oil in stores across the UK that costs just £1 and are being sold in the form of 'tongue shots' which will come in three different strengths ranging between 100g, 300g, and 500g.
They all come in mint flavours and you'll get four shots in each box for your quid. If you're into CBD oil, that's a lot for your money.
CBD - or cannabidiol - is one of two active ingredients in cannabis. Before you start to clutch your pearls or plan to buy the whole stock - depending on your thoughts on cannabis use - it won't get you high.
If you want to get high from cannabis - not that we're advocating that sort of behaviour - it is the other active ingredient that does that. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive ingredient in weed that causes all of the things you'd traditionally associate with getting high.
CBD, however, is becoming more widely recognised for having medical benefits. For example, it can be used to ease chronic conditions such as arthritis and to offer respite to people suffering from anxiety.
Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group