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Saving Cash On Your Domestic Cleaning
17Apr 2014
Saving Cash On Your Domestic CleaningWhen it comes to the money that people spend on cleaning, no one really thinks that much about it. Alongside other costs like the food shopping and petrol, it is an expense that people have decided is just part of their daily lives, and one that cannot really be helped. You will find however, that there is a great deal that you can do to alter this, and to ensure that the cleaning is not something that takes huge chunks out of your wallet whenever you hit the shops. Knowing how is not as easy as it might sound, as it is of course different for everyone, depending on what you normally spend, and what your cleaning habits are. You may read through this and decide that in fact you are saving as much as you possibly can, and that would be an excellent thing to realize, but it is much more likely that there is a great deal that you can do to ensure that you are getting a great series of savings on the daily cleaning.For a start, think about the brands that you use. It may be that the type of cleaning products that you use are essential for your cleaning jobs, and you could not do the same job without them, but it is worth making sure. Try buying a cheaper brand of the same product that you usually do, and see if it lasts as long! Just make a note of when you use it, and if it lines up with the way in which you normally use that product then you know that it is a reasonably fair test. If it runs out more quickly, then you are clearly using more to do the same job, and it is not as effective! If it lasts the same amount of time, or longer, then you are clearly on to a winner. You can apply the same reasoning for most things, so do run some tests to see if you can make differences through simply getting cheaper products. The Length of time that a product lasts being the test of its value runs true for the things that you use to apply cleaning products. Many people simply go for the disposable cloth and sponge option, but in fact, this is really not the best way to be doing things. Obviously it is terrible for the environment to be chucking things out every time you’ve used them, but the reality of the situation is that it is also costing you a great deal to keep re-buying these things. The comparative cost of a cloth that will be washable and can therefore last you months is about the same price as two weeks worth of sponges, so why waste your money in such a way? The same goes for the tools that you use to clean, mops, buckets, vacuum cleaners, dustpans, brushes, pans etcetera, they all need to last you, otherwise they are simply not doing their job right. If you feel like your dustpan breaks often and you have to buy new sets, leaving you with a spare old brush, then why not get a metal and wood set, that won’t break? It will cost you a little more certainly, but the comparative lasting time will be massively significant! The best way to ensure that your costs are under control is to buy well and let it serve you for as long as you need it to.


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