Do This, Or Waste Your Cash! – Ideas To Stretch Your Greenback

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There are such a lot of methods to save cash, however I like to chop down on waste as nicely. In the event you did not see my video the place I discuss 10 …

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  1. I buy liquid soap dispenser ( only the foaming kind )
    Use the soap , then refill them with water a small amount of dish soap or cheap shower gel . You can keep it a clean bottle or container under your sinks , pour in the foaming bottle when needed .

  2. Wow! You buy a lot of plastic containers. Plastic is killing our ocean. I use or purchase glass or waxed cardboard whenever I can. It costs a little more to buy glass leftover dishes, but in the long run you save $ on plastic baggies. And the fish and ocean thank you.

  3. I refuse to ever buy name brand clothes new. I have come across things on FB market etc. But will not buy new. I could give you a list of things. My Mom grew up in the depression, and l do a lot of things they did then.
    I never buy things, even meals out unless l use a coupon.
    I had to get my car repaired and my only choice was going to the dealer. I called a couple of dealers and l saved over 300 bucks , had to drive 45 min.

  4. Corie, dryer sheets are the WORST thing for your dryer! There is an appliance repairman who has a YouTube channel and he advises against using dryer sheets at all. Dryer sheets can leave a coating of residue inside your dryer. The residue can get on your dryer's sensors and interfere with its ability to properly dry. Also, use as little laundry detergent as possible in your washer for the same reason. I know you're trying to save your older washer and dryer. 😉

  5. Do not buy paper towels, you can buy the(paperless paper towels)fabric homemade ones that snap together on a roll or just folded from eBay or if you sew make your own, they are reusable many times over. Saves a lot of money, paper products have gotten so expensive.

  6. You can buy refill bottles of mrs meyers which is great to avoid to much plastic in the dump. They also sell a toothpaste tube squeezer that gets all the toothpaste out of the tube without it being open ended .

  7. Instead of buying hand soap I buy a large container of Dawn dish liquid and use about 8 drops in a foaming soap container and then fill the rest with water. Saves me lots of money. Also, bartering for things with friends and family or facebook marketplace. Make a trade for something you need with someone else.

  8. Where can I find a woman like you? I usually try and set aside three sets of clothes one pair for doing work and another pair usually for when I'm out in the woods the other thing that I found is a money saver is I will go to stores after the hunting season and pick up there clearance camouflage pants for work pants because they don't show the dirt as much and I can get them cheap enough that they laughed at least a couple of one more seasons for me because I live in a colder climate and like you said with jeans actually if you wash them less they last longer

  9. I SPLIT MY MOUTH WASH IN HALF AND ADD WATER AND I SAVE MY LITTLE BITS OF SOAP AND IN A SPRAY BOTTLE I ADD ALITTLE MORE THEN HALF OF DISH SOAP THE REST IS FILLED WITH HOT WATER, MIXED WELL I CAN SPRAY IT USING LESS BUT STILL HAVE CLEAN DISHES

  10. Thank You, great information, another use for bar soap scraps is you can grate it and spread it around your home foundation and it will help control ants during the summer.

  11. have you tried using wood fire ashes and/or baking soda with water for tooth paste? it might be better for sensitive gums. I also don't wash my clothes as often as others. What wears out the clothes the fastest? washing and drying – not wearing them. Thanks for posting this – good ideas. Also – stay with organic flour. I have found that I have serious allergies to processed foods with regular flour (pizza, bread, english muffins, etc). I thought it was something else, but since I've experimented on myself, I can now prove that's what's causing my problems.

  12. ❤❤❤ love these videos. I’m in my 40s from the city where we practically light money of fire here. I hope you all know how blessed we are to have you and your family. I’m so comforted and educated at the same time. -a nurse from Boston Mass

  13. My parents grew up in the depression. My mother always seemed to feel like she was cheating the system by having anything. She would scrape every last molecule of anything from a container. I got really indoctrinated into this. Most people these days have no idea!

  14. It's wonderful to see that there are parents and elders who are teaching frugal habits. I grew up with my MawMaw teaching me these things. We hunt, fish, keep a Victory Garden, catch the tree cutters and ask them if they can drop their mulch in our yard, make soap that we use for the whole body and clothes, can up anything we are in abundance of if we can't share it, make our own toothpaste and deodorant, freeze up soup bones, make bread or buy in abundance of bread when it's on sale locally, seed save, and I'm already a cave person who doesn't like the big light because it hurts my eyes. I've been collecting glass for food storage and washing out ziplocks if they didn't have raw meat in them. You're absolutely right on the money with your tips for saving. I donate clothes when I can but don't take second hand. I grew up wearing them and I even had to wear used undergarments and socks. That's where I've drawn my line. Now, we just need to get the rest of the world to do the same thing and then we could possibly put a big dent in the over use of plastics and cut back drastically on landfill items.

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