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Penny Saving Household Helper - 500 Little Ways to Save Big - cover

Penny Saving Household Helper - 500 Little Ways to Save Big

Rebecca DiLiberto

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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This handy guide resurrects the fine art of frugal housekeeping with over 500 tips on saving money throughout the home and garden. Learn creative ways to cut back, pinch pennies, reduce, recycle, and re-use. Want to save on the grocery bill? Buy the whole chicken rather than individual cuts. Get more wear out of your wardrobe? Add a dash of salt to the washer to keep your darks from fading in the laundry. Lovely vintage-inspired line drawings and a beautiful foil-stampedcloth cover make this an ideal stocking stuffer or newlywed gift. Best of all, Penny Saving Household Helperis a bargain in and of itself.

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