Saturday, April 12, 2008
Going Green is also thrifty
Here are some cost savings I have each month, now that I no longer by these items.
I also have fewer containers to throw away or recycle by switching to one good all purpose cleaner and getting bar soaps and shampoos.
Separate wood cleaner 5.51
Separate Window cleaner 9.99
Fingernail polish 4
Nail polish remover 6.75
Sunless tanning lotion 9.49
Air freshner 6
Shower gels 8 (Now using bar soap from Kiss my Face)and Pangea Organics
Separate stain remover 6
Separate toilet bowl cleaner 4.5
Separate shower cleaner 10
What did I do with the money? I sent that money to the Nature Conservancy.
What else can I stop buying?
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