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This is going to be a new sticky thread. In this thread we will post all of the quick, easy and simple ways we can find to save a few dollars.

Now, let's find all those money saving tips and get them posted!

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When using canned veggies, save the juice and freeze. You can add all different kinds in one container. Then when you are ready to make soup, use this as your base. It will give your soup a great, rich flavor and saves you from having to buy stock at the store!

This can be used for just about any kind of soup, not just vegetable soup.

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Office Depot will give you a free package of computer paper when you turn in your empty ink cartridges. You may never have to buy paper again!

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wow! I didn't know office depot did that! Great tip!! Thanks!!
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Mocha at Home - great for diabetics!

Brew 4 cups of regular-strength coffee with a package of sugar-free hot chocolate mix in the bottom of the glass pot. Once brewed, give it a good stir, add cream or milk if desired, and enjoy. This is also good cooled and poured over ice. If there are leftovers, just store them in the refrigerator.

For the frozen version, make coffee with half the amount of water (it will be twice as strong), with the hot chocolate in the bottom of the pot. Chill in the refrigerator until cold. Add cream or milk if desired, then put it in blender with ice cubes and blend to desired consistency.

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Fingernails : put some toothpaste on an old manual toothbrush, wet your nails, and scrub on top and under your nails.

Shoes : Use white toothpaste to clean your running shoes

Nail holes : fill small nail holes. It dries hard like Spackle.

Dry erase boards : Toothpaste (any type) is also the best whiteboard cleaner around. It gets rid of all the markings and the telltale "ghosts" as well. Just apply a small amount with a damp cloth, scrub, rinse well and buff dry.

One caution: Never clean your jewelry or fine silver with toothpaste, a commonly held use for toothpaste. First, it is slightly abrasive, but even more damaging is the effect when even the smallest amount gets left behind in cracks or crevices. It will require the equivalent of a jackhammer for a jeweler to remove because it dries hard. Remember those nail holes.

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Use clear shampoo and salt to remove grease from clothes.

Pour clear (it must be clear) shampoo directly on the stain. Cover with regular table salt and let stand overnight. Launder as usual. Most stains (even grease, grass, etc.) will be gone.

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Wonder how to get the gray off the shower floor? Here's the perfect solution! Lysol toilet bowl cleaner with bleach! Squirt a generous amount around the floor of the shower. Let sit for a few minutes. Scrub with hand brush and a little water--with little effort, bubbles will appear. When you feel you have probably gotten it, rinse and the gray will disappear and the white floor will return. (Caution: Always test in an inconspicuous place before trying any strong or caustic cleaning technique like this.)

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Instead of buying expensive shaving cream to shave your legs use a cheap hair conditioner instead. The conditioner softens the hair making it easy to shave. Legs feel smooth too. Shop around for a good buy. Dollar stores are a great place to find chep conditioner - even expensive brand name ones!

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Hydrogen peroxide poured on fresh blood bubbles the blood away.

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Buy a large bag of onions and once home, spend half an hour chopping up all the onions at once. Then put the onions in snack size zip bags and put them into the freezer. Anytime you need onions for a recipe, grab a bag - and you only need to do the chopping once! (The same thing works for hamburger - cook and freeze one pound in zip bags. This makes meal prep quicker!)

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I find that I have a lot of cheap and free shampoo from my many 'good deals' A handy and cheap way to clean not only the tub but the tile floor in the bathrooms is to squirt shampoo in the tub close the drain and then run a little water. I then use my old string mop and 'mop' the tub clean! The shampoo takes off the body oil and grim easily and then I rinse the tub and mop out.After that task is done I move on to the floor and mop it up with my wet mop.Works every time and is much easier on the back!I also use the little shampoo bottles from hotels for the same thing and have even used shampoo in the toilet to clean it as well.Cheap and easy!

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If you prefer shower and bath gels to bar soap, try using shampoo instead. You can usually find shampoo at 99 cents a bottle as compared to $3-4 for a bottle of shower gel. Shampoo is milder than bar soap but still cleans your skin. Plus one less bottle taking space in the shower!

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Save up my used dryer sheets to clean the shower and tub. They have just enough 'scrubbiness' to remove the soap scum and shine up the metal spout without scratching the porcelain. And it seems the remaining fabric softener creates a 'clean barrier' to make the water bead up and stay clean on glass shower doors.

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I love all our road maps collected from years of summer travel. Not wanting to throw them away, use them for shelf liners in pantry, drawers, and even in some cabinets. Why not, pray tell? They have so many folds that it is easy to fit wherever you want to put them, are clean and much cheaper. Road maps are free at Welcome Centers and if you are an AAA member, your membership included unlimited maps for every state and region.

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Use white vinegar to kill the weeds/grass around my above ground swimming pool. It works great and when puppies start nosing around, you don't have to worry about them getting sick from a commercial grass killer. It works great anywhere you need it!

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Simply place a cheap kitchen trash bag into the Genie and wrap one or two diapers in a grocery bag. When the Genie is full, open the bottom and pull the full kitchen bag out. Cheap and easy.

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If you have old, faded towels - don't throw them out! You can make a beautiful, cushiony rug for your bathroom. Just cut the towels into 1-2 inch strips, sew the ends of the strips together and braid three strips. Coil the strips, lightly 'tacking' them together with a few strands of thread every couple of inches until the rug is as big as you'd like. The rugs come out beautiful (you can use as many different colors as you'd like), soft, and they're washable! Make them to match your bathroom decor!

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Instead of buying expensive prints or art reproductions, I keep my calenders from each year and frame the pictures using inexpensive frames purchased at discount stores. I have done this with artwork calenders and many people think I have purchased a print of the artwork. The animal and scenery pictures used on calenders are beautiful. I have also given these as gifts when I find a picture that I know someone would appreciate.

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Instead of throwing away the first couple and last couple slices of a loaf of bread, I slice them into large cubes, lay them out flat on an ungreased cookie sheet. Drizzle the bread cubes with extra virgin olive oil and generous doses of kosher salt (feel free to sprinkle any other favorite seasonings at this time). Bake in 400 degree oven for 10 minutes, with one rotation of the cookie sheet halfway through. These gourmet croutons are far better than the too-potent croutons at the grocery store, and you don't have to waste perfectly good bread.

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We bought an older house that had old, outdated formica countertops in our bathroom and a color we weren't to fond of for the tile in the shower. Instead of replacing it we very succesfully painted it. We used a product called Gripper to put over the formica, then the color paint we wanted, semi gloss, and then we put two or three thick coats of Crystal Clear Top Coat on it to seal it and protect it from the water. It looks beautiful and all for under $20!

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Buy fresh hamburger or sausage in bulk and then turn it into 25% to 50% more by simply extending it with beans. Cook pinto beans, navy beans, great northern beans, use one kind, (about 1 lb dry beans.) When cooked and tender, mash and add to meat. I drain most of the liquid from beans and use in soups. Your family receives fiber and flavor plus it is healthy and cost saving. Meat can be frozen after the extender is added.

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Here's a website where you can print calendars, greeting cards, etc. for free:

http://www.printfree.com/

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When buying orange juice, frozen is usually much cheaper than the ready-to-serve cartons. Add your own water and save!

Also, you might try adding more than the 3 cans of water; it saves money and cuts down on the calories per glassful.

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I love arts and crafts, something that I do is buy cheap photo frames and cut out old pictures from books, calenders, old birthday, xmas cards etc and frame them. You could also fram some of your childrens' art work (even if its just scribble) I got a framed picture of Hayley's hands and feet painting and it looks really good.
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If you have friends or relatives with special skills use them to help out with things, eg my sil is a hairdresser and cuts and colours my hair for free, my friend works at a garage so looks at my car and fixes anything for cheap.
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I like to use frozen veggies. that way I can take out just the amount I need.

I meal plan...I add up all of the ingedients to see how much each meal will be.
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