7 Simple Tips to Save Money on Cleaning

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Paper towels are expensive and environmentally unsound. We recommend using old rags instead.

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7 Simple Tips to Save Money on Cleaning Supplies :

7 Simple Tips to Save Money on Cleaning Supplies

Replace Baking Soda with Coffee Grounds :

Replace Baking Soda with Coffee Grounds Why spend money on baking soda when leftover coffee grounds will do just as nicely? Simply place a bowl of leftover coffee. The entire refrigerator will smell like delicious coffee and you need to replace them only once in every two months. Coffee grounds can also be used to deter bugs from your plants. Simple place some coffee grounds around your garden plants.

Buy Cleaning Supplies in Bulk :

Buy Cleaning Supplies in Bulk Instead of buying one cleaning product, buy 10. You will end up saving quite a bit. Don’t forget to look for discount coupons online. You can easily save 10 to 15% on cleaning supplies with discount codes. On-going sale schemes are yet another way to save big on cleaning supplies.

Use Reusable Mops :

Use Reusable Mops Disposable items can come in handy, but have a draining effect on the budget. Use reusable mops instead as they can be used over and over again without adding on to your budget. We recommend using microfiber cloth. They can be used for pretty much anything, be it scrubbing, dusting or mopping .

Use Old Rags Instead of Paper Towels :

Use Old Rags Instead of Paper Towels Take paper towel out of the budget and you will end up saving quite a bit. Paper towels are expensive and environmentally unsound. We recommend using old rags instead. Rags are more absorbent, can be used multiple times, eco-friendly and cheap! What more reason do you want?

Use Petroleum Jelly as a Polisher :

Use Petroleum Jelly as a Polisher Beeswax can give the shine your furniture needs, but not without burning a hole in your pocket. Use a pinch of petroleum jelly to polish furniture. It may not do as good a job as beeswax, but it will give the furniture the sheen it needs. Next time you clean your furniture, add a few drops of lemon juice to the cleaning solution. It will give the furniture a nice aroma.

Polish Cutting Board with Olive Oil :

Polish Cutting Board with Olive Oil If you want your cutting board to last longer, without its surface getting chipped or splintered, then polish it with olive oil. Pour a few drops of olive oil over the surface. Let it sit for a couple of minutes before wiping off the excess. With this simple tip, you won’t need to splurge on a new cutting board for a long time.

If you put your creativity to work, you can find many other ways to save money on your cleaning supplies. For in-depth cleaning solutions, don’t forget to call an expert: www.wowcleaningsolutions.com:

If you put your creativity to work, you can find many other ways to save money on your cleaning supplies. For in-depth cleaning solutions, don’t forget to call an expert: www.wowcleaningsolutions.com

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