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Best Ways To Save Money On Items You Already Own

By siliconindia   |   Tuesday, July 22, 2014   |    3 Comments
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2. Baking Soda

Baking is one of the most popular money saving item here. Apart from being used in food for binding it can also be used as a cleaner for cleaning anything in your house. Instead of using chemicals to clean out drains, pour about half a cup of baking soda down the kitchen or bathroom sink, followed by a cup of vinegar. It can used to clean kitchen surfaces, manage microwave mess, clean bathroom floors and surfaces.

Baking soda is also a great solution for household odors. You can sprinkle in on carpets and vacuum to remove odors. You can also sprinkle it in trash cans to eliminate odors caused by stinky trash. It also helps to combat odors in the fridge and freezer.  It is also a stain removal as it not only can aid in stain removal around the house; but can also aid in removing stains from teeth and “facial stains” like acne.

3. Store bags from grocery stores

Dumping garbage is a daily routine in every house. There are chances that during the weekend or a party day, the garbage may pile up and you may run out of garbage bags. This is the time when you feel the necessity of store bags. We nowadays pay for the store bags that we get from the grocery stores then why to dump it unnecessarily better use it for dumping your garbage or even to wrap up shoes while you pack your bags for an outing. This will save you from spending extra on plastic covers for several daily purposes.

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