Spring cleaning time is here, and we have some great saving money tips that will help you stay in budget this year. If you have been worried about the cost of new cleaning supplies and organizers, never fear! This is Inspiring Savings™ after all, and we are here to find the best ways to save some cash while sprucing up your house.
4 Saving Money Tips For Spring Cleaning
I am all about saving money tips for everything from cleaning to cooking, and everything in between. These tips are perfect for your annual Spring cleaning endeavors. Get started cleaning today without paying tons of money out of pocket for pricey cleaners and supplies!
Clean with baking soda and vinegar!
These two products work wonders and are ideal saving money tips for your Spring cleaning. They are inexpensive to use. They are also excellent with a few essential oils for a fresher smell throughout your home.
Here is how: mix 1 part white vinegar with 3 parts water in a spray bottle, and you’ve got yourself a nice cleaner. Use baking soda to scrub the dirt and grime off. If you don’t like the smell of vinegar, you can even add a few drops of lemon essential oil!
I love to use vinegar to clean numerous things around my house. Including my hardwood floors, coffeepot and counter tops. (OH, one other cleaner I use a lot is BORAX). You can also use vinegar as a window cleaner!
Use Coupons and visit your local Drug Store!
I absolutely adore shopping at CVS. I wish I had more time to visit more drug stores in my area. The following drug stores: Rite Aid, Walgreens, and CVS all have great programs that allow you to get stuff for free every week just by using their loyalty programs and with the use of coupons! This is a great way to get your cleaning and/or organizing supplies free or close to it! Follow their sales ads and make sure to pick up their monthly coupon booklets in store for even more savings. With their Balance Rewards offers, you can even earn cash back for later purchases.
Visit your Local Thrift Store!
Taking the time to Repurpose & Reuse items that people donate to their local thrift store is another of our saving money tips that we love. A little bit of paint on a used book shelf can help organize your family books. Tons of shelving, crates, baskets, and even hangers can be grabbed at low prices at a local thrift shop! This can help you to declutter, organize and make your home look tidy. Some thrift shop items look brand new, and others just need a bit of TLC to freshen them.
Visit your Local Dollar Store! Everything is JUST $1.
Need I say more. You can find everything from containers to cleaning products that will help you on your way to make your home feel fresh.
Don’t stress over Spring cleaning this year when you put our saving money tips to use as you plan for cleaning and organizing your home.