Let's face it. If you want to save some money on your weekly shopping bill, don't buy any cleaning products. I don't normally buy them but spent some time looking at them all just the other day and I was amazed at just how many there are on the market and the cost of them. They all claim to be the easiest to remove built up soap scum, clean greasy surfaces, fix hard to remove stains. You name it. I've not found one product that will do any of these things without a bit of good old fashioned elbow grease.
I've been pinning these for a while from Pinterest and I'd like to share them with you. I've got a bottle of all purpose cleaner made up for all my general purpose cleaning and it's great.
Also, don't think that you need all those cleaning cloths that the manufacturer's claim will make your job so much easier and eliminate all those cleaning products. Yeah, maybe they do but houses and homes were being cleaned with old cloths way before these were invented. I save old underpants, singlets, t-shirts, towels, anything cotton. Check out some of these repurposed cleaning rags.
Cleaning doesn't have to cost you a lot of money, just a few basic household ingredients and a fair bit of elbow grease.
This post is part of domesblissity's THRiVING - Thrifty Living feature.