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35 Things to Buy to Save Money

Things to buy to save money? 

I know this sounds counter intuitive, but hear me out… 

There are a plethora of things that we are spending money on a regular basis anyway, but by choosing these clever products, it will not only save money in the long run, some of the them are also better for the environment. 

We have saved money from these products over the years, and I want to help you to do the same. 

Which is why… 

In this post, I have compiled a full list of 35 things to buy to save money for you and your family. 

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1. Laundry Egg

When I bought the Ecoegg, my husband had a face like ‘really!’ 

This odd looking thing is a money saving, eco-friendly and hypoallergenic alternative to washing detergent. It uses natural cleaning pellets that contains no harsh chemicals. 

One of these eggs lasts for 720 washes, which is equivalent to 3 years of washing. Can you imagine how much money you can save from not buying traditional laundry detergent for 3 years? 

As for my husband, he is now a converted fan of the Ecoegg =) 

Ecoegg, 720 Washes £23.99 / $47.99
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2. E-cloth

After trying several products to keep our black granite kitchen tops clean and streak-free, this is the one we landed on.  None of the liquid granite cleaners works like this, and to make it even better, all you need are the cloths and water, completely detergent free.  Then to keep them clean just throw them in the laundry with your clothes.

E-cloth Cloth, £7.89 / $8.34

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3. Aldi Multi-Surface Cleaner

At £0.49p this product is amazing, it cleans and protects wood, glass, plastic and metal, it really is multi-surface, so you can ditch all those sprays that are under the sink and just use this instead.

4. Slow Cooker / Crockpot

This handy gadget is our kitchen staple. Any meat that comes out of the slow cooker is always tender and flavourful, which makes it very kid-friendly.  For a family of 4+, we batch cook and freeze for additional meals. This not only saves us time but plenty of money instead of buying ready-made meals or getting take-aways. 

Crock-pot Slow Cooer 6.5 L (8+ people), £39.99 / $37.91