Save Money Spring Cleaning

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Spring is right around the corner and there is never a better time to clean than a big Spring cleaning. Keeping a clean house isn’t just beneficial for your health and wellbeing, it’s also essential if you want to save money. The more dust, dirt, and junk that piles up, the more money you waste. Part of this money is lost to inefficient appliances, but some of it is lost when things go bad or can’t be found. Here are 20 ways that cleaning can help save money around your home:

Vacuum Refrigerator Coils

Dust collects on your refrigerator coils and impairs its efficiency. Every few months pull the fridge out from the wall and vacuum around, under, and behind it to keep these


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5 Responses to Save Money Spring Cleaning

  1. Miz Pat says:

    wow – nice checklist!

  2. IvanTheInspector says:

    Great “Check List” to save money all year long!!! Also, don’t forget that you’ll save money on home repairs that will happen, should you decide NOT to clean our your rain gutters on an “as needed” basis. You can also save time, money, and energy while keeping yourself safer by not using ladders and clean out your gutters from the ground. Many various types of tools are on-line for doing just this. My best recommendations is to use your wet-dry vac and vacuum out nasty gutter contaminants and allergens.

    Don’t forget all those other time saving, money saving tips in this article. They truly will save you money and a lot of headaches should you neglect any one of them.

  3. Gail says:

    Now could you just suggest a way to afford all this cleaning! I’m physically unable to do most of it and hubby is busy with his work and already does a lot of the housework. I know all these things need done but I can’t so I stick with trying to keep clutter down. One of the ways is having a thrift store box or library sale box that when we are done reading a book and don’t want to kept it or don’t need something anymore, they go in the boxes and when full get donated. Establishing a system like that really helps.

  4. Hanna Webster says:

    I think whatever your annual spring cleaning tradition may be; you need to make the most of it this year by organizing your finances and using budget-friendly tips. If you’re not someone who cleans regularly, the mess can quickly build up and make it harder to clean when you do get around to it. Your post sounds like good advice…I’ve been trying to do this!

  5. Kim Musens says:

    Thanks for this. Love it! <3

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