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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Carol: I have streakfree windows and mirrors along with saving money. I use the newspaper instead of paper towels. They are shiny, plus I I save tons of money by not purchasing paper towels. How do you save on cleaning supplies or products? Share your tip in Everyday…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Pat: We save in many ways: Make our own cleaning supplies. Dry clothes outside on the line whenever possible. Turn off the heat and air unless needed (use ceiling fans). Use glass jars in the garage to store nails, screws, bolts, etc. Learn how to can and freeze right now…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Angie: Instead of buying overpriced carpet stain removers, I use clear glass cleaner. It pulls kids spills right out of our cream carpet with no problem. Just make sure it’s not the BLUE glass cleaner. How do you save on cleaning products? Share your tip in Everyday Savings…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Carrie: To save some money and also be a little healthier only put dishwasher soap into the prewash section. Your dishes will still get clean and instead they will, essentially, go through 2 rinse cycles which will wash away more of the chemicals in the dishwasher soap. And…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Cheryl: I’ve stopped using paper towels with my cast iron skillet. I use an old t-shirt I have stashed under the sink to dry it. To season it I use plain old (cheap) vegetable shortening instead of canola oil. I picked up a pack of 2 sponges for…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Susan: I make ALL my own home made cleaning supplies. This one for Febreze is I use every week. 1/8 Cup, Favorite Fabric Softener 2 Tbsp, Baking Soda Hot Tap Water (to fill the bottle to the top)   Do you have a homemade cleaning recipe you prefer?…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Jenny: In the last year or so have stopped using the Swiffer (or comparibles to it) and started using the Shark Steam Mop. I bought the Shark on a Black Friday sale for $30 (regularly $80). There is nothing else to buy for it. You can throw the mop…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Allison: I really needed to clean my tub for company that was unexpectedly “on their way” to my house. My boyfriend was at work, I had no car and my bathroom cleaners were all gone. Then I remembered something my mom used to do. I went to the…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Sarah of Making Cooley Stuff: I have learned a few tricks to keeping my family clean for next to nothing.  First of all, bar soap and body wash are two items that you can often get for free or almost free using a coupon.  Liquid hand soap is…

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The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Becky at Just a Little BS: I save money by making my own cleaning products. For example, I recently made my own shower/bath cleaner. Here’s how you can make your own. Heat 4 ounces of white distilled vinegar for 1 minute. Pour into a spray bottle. Add 3…

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