19 Sneaky Ways to Save Money on Everyday Objects
These little-known tricks and inexpensive money-saving products will put more cash in your pocket today.
Squeeze out the contents
The bar of the Squeeze Ease Tube Squeezers slides along the tube ensuring you get every last bit before you throw it away. Simply slide the bar over the bottom of the tube and advance it to squeeze out product. The best part is you get three re-usable Squeezers. Check out these 9 clever ways to make your go-to beauty supplies last longer.
Raise your soap game
Keep your bar soap, and money, from melting away by keeping it dry between uses. SoapStandle stand extends the life of your bar soap by thirty percent according to the manufacturer. Simply stick the plastic stand on the soap using the attached plastic teeth. The stand elevates the soap, so the bar can dry faster and last longer. Don't miss more habits of good money-savers.
Funnel your savings
Don't make a costly mess when transferring liquids from one container to another. Instead, use the clips on the Smart Funnel to securely attach the funnel to both the pouring and receiving containers. This allows the product to drain from one container to another without spilling a drop.
Save your energy
Did you know the average household has 20 "always-on" devices that, according to Cornell University, could be adding $200 to your annual energy bill? Often referred to as "phantom currents" or "vampire appliances" these devices, even when turned off, draw energy to stay ready in standby mode. The money-saving solution is the Smart Strip Energy Saving Surge Protector which turns off the device completely preventing it from pulling any power. Here are some more easy ways to save money without feeling the pinch.
Vacuum your hair dryer
Save yourself the cost of replacing a burnt-out hair dryer by simply vacuuming the collected dust from the back vent. A clogged vent makes the motor work harder which can cause it to burn out faster. Check out 10 creative ways to save money you haven't thought of before.
Don't let dust be the reason you have to replace non-working, expensive, electronic devices. Instead, insert dust plugs into the ports and plug openings to prevent debris from building up. The delicate pins on the inside of the device need to be protected and that's what these little plugs are built to do. Next, find out more must-have items to save you money.
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