by Doris Donnerman
(last updated February 21, 2009)
When you wash your clothes it makes sense that it costs money—you need to heat the water for the washer and you need to operate the machinery that makes up the washing machine. Plus, there's the cost of the water itself. Wouldn't it be great to cut back on what it costs to wash your clothes? Here are a few tips that may help:
If you are looking for ways to be frugal and to help the environment at the same time, look for ways that you can save money when washing your clothes. Keeping an eye out for these money- and energy-saving opportunities will do you a huge favor. These are pretty simply tips, but if followed they can make a big difference, both environmentally and financially.
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