Nifty-Thrifty Home Tips!

Savvy saving and style pointers for around the home.

  • Use sea shells for a unique laundry soap scoop.

  • Rusty Shirts: Soak in equal parts lemon juice and water

  • Sweat-Stained Shirts: Before washing, sprinkle meat tenderizer on the stains and rub in gently. Or, soak in a quart of water with a handful of salt for an hour.

  • Mount a ladder as a shelving unit for books.

  • Faces can double as a cheap and fun chair. Easy store n’ hide when not in use.

[via Frugal for Life]

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  1. christy says:

    Rusty Shirts? That’s my new screen name.

  2. Smoking Pope says:

    Ummm, yeah. Mount a ladder to make a bookshelf. Or spend a couple of bucks on some boards and brackets and you get a bookshelf that doesn’t require you to rearrange your library every time you need to change a lightbulb.

    Whoever came up with this idea, I want some of what they’re smoking.

  3. factotum says:

    “Faces can double as a cheap and fun
    chair.”

    Huh?

    NO ONE is sitting on my face.

  4. GenXCub says:

    Not enough people are sitting on my face!

  5. AcidReign says:

    …..Tip #5 in that post is great, but I’ve found it’s a better ride in conjunction with a Hitachi Magic Wand!

    …..I’ve got a better one for sweat stains: Toss it in the washer with a half cup of tide. If it doesn’t come out, it’s either a yard-work item, or a rag.

    …..I was always a big fan of the cinderblock and plywood school of shelving. No earthquakes where I live…