Money Saving Expert Shares Her Advice, “I Reuse Mouthwash Many Times”

Saving, for many, is considered almost an art form, which requires significant and constant dedication. This cannot be improvised; there is intense study behind it. First of all, it is necessary to determine which brand is the cheapest, then which supermarket offers the best deals and if there is the possibility of paying with coupons, and finally, after collecting the products, where to store them. But then you also have to understand how to use everything that has been purchased, so that it lasts longer.

While everyone, in their own way, is trying their best to save money, this woman is a real pro, and she’s found some special ways to drastically cut costs. Let’s see how she does it.

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Her name is Clare Brooke, a 43-year-old woman, but above all one of England’s most famous bursars. She lives in Leeds in a three-bed house with her husband and two children (14 and 10). From an early age, he was taught to appreciate the value of money. Growing up, she did not forget these teachings, and she even made them her own and puts them into practice every day. So much so that every month she manages to save up to 160 pounds (about 180 euros). Although many consider her cost-cutting methods excessive, they are effective and she still manages to spoil her children.

“I’ve always liked saving money, says Clare, but now I’m trying new methods. I decided to use mouthwash a few times. I was in the process of buying my favorite brand when I realized that its price had gone up, at which point I figured that instead of throwing it down the sink after each use, I would put it back in the bottle and use it again.

Another trick revealed by the woman is reusing lint from the dryer . After each drying cycle, a kind of fluff is formed, which, however, can be used very well as cotton for removing nail polish or even for cleaning floors. In this way, it is possible to save a few cents at a time, but in total, one can arrive at substantial sums to be used in another way.

What do you think, is this the right way to go or could we manage to save some money without being so excessive?

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