Making and Saving Money
Let’s face it, The house is NOT going to clean it’s self and I believe we are a long way off from Artificial Intelligence doing the job for us. But for those of us that like to avoid all the harsh chemicals from traditional cleansers (as well as save some money by making it ourselves). Here is a collection of DIY Household Cleansers.
This first recipe is a Tea Tree Oil All-Purpose Cleaner Recipe
for this recipe you will need:
Tea Tree Oil
You can find this All-Purpose Recipe HERE
This next site has a collection of Natural Cleaning Products Including
Garbage Disposal Cleaner
Homemade Air Freshener
DIY Scouring Powder
This site shows two different recipes for cleaning your porcelain sinks
Find these recipes HERE
RELATED POST: 32 Clever Uses for Baking Soda
For tips and techniques for cleaning all that stainless steel you may have check out this post
Not sure, but I think this might be a photo of my personal sink lol. I may benefit from this one.
For tips and tricks to keeping your kitchen sink looking (and smelling) like new check out this post.
Anyone with Pets, children (or Husbands) can appreciate this next post.
This is another life saver for me!
Find out how to use lemon juice HERE!
Another Great Grout Cleaner Recipe!
This one is without lemon juice!
Ever consider making your own dishwasher detergent? Here is an easy, yet effective recipe!
Only 4 Ingredients make this a chemical free
alternative to disinfect your home!
This is a great alternative to buying the big box brand carpet deodorizer.
Baking Soda and Essential oils for the win!
Removal of stubborn hard water stains without ruining the porcelian
Liquid Laundry detergent that will save you a pretty penny!
Natural stain removals for different types of stubborn stains. No two stains are alike.
DIY Household Cleansers
What’s your tried and true DIY Recipe for Household Cleansers?
“A budget is telling your money where to go instead of wondering
where it went.” ~ Dave Ramsey
7 Steps to getting out of debt
Where did all my money go?
Let’s face it, you work hard, your spouse works hard, but you
seem to just keep your head above water.
Some months you may even feel like your sinking.
Boy do I have a plan for you!
15 MONEY SAVING TIPS AND TRICKS
How to Save Money With Out Feeling the PINCH
This is definitely not the fastest way to save big bucks, but you will be amazed at what it can add up to in a short matter of time. Every day, when you get home, empty your pockets/coin purse into a jar.
I like to use the little plastic money counters that are sold in the toy department of Walmart. I think they cost $5. They are not COMPLETELY accurate though. Sometimes they may misread a dime for a penny and vice versa. But I am ok with that. Keep the jar in a prominent location as a visible reminder to save daily.
saving money without feeling the pinch
Once the jar is full empty into a larger jar or bucket and stash this away in a closet or someplace out of sight. Keep a small notepad of the amount inside the larger jar so that every time you empty the coin counter into it, you can add the amount to the running total. The first time I emptied my coin counter I had $140.00. It was FULL. We could not add anything more to it. It will be tempting to spend this money. But it is harder to spend when it is in coin form, which is why I like to keep it that way as long as I can.
Isn’t this better than finding all that change in your washer or dryer when you forget to empty your pockets? I Thought So.
What have you spent your change jar money on? Leave us a comment below and share your change jar splurge. ♥