Cleaning Tips for Outdoor Areas
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Who wouldn't want to save more and waste less? Today we are going outdoors for a few tips from our experts, to show us how to enjoy the fresh air while saving time, money and resources.

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Audra Lowe: Who wouldn’t want to save more and waste less? Today, we’re going outdoors for a few tips from our experts to show us how to enjoy the fresh air while saving time, money and resources. Steven Whittle: Do you want a tip about saving energy? Here’s one. Do you know your outdoor lighting, how many times have you woken up in the morning and that thing is still on. Invest on a couple of motion sensors and a couple of timers, it taken the burden off yourself. You’re going to save money on your light bulbs and on your electric bill. Jill Cordes: Buying in bulk is one of the best ways to save money and if you spend a lot of time outdoors, here’s a great money saving money tip, buy a 12-pound bag of Arm and Hammer baking soda. There are so many used for it, it’s great for cleaning the grill. You can either sprinkle some baking soda on a damp brush and scrub for easy cleaning or for tougher and greasier stains, mix a paste of three parts baking soda and one part water and dirt-be-gone, You can also use it on your dog to keep him or her smelling fresh all summer long. Simply sprinkle some baking soda on fur, rub it throughout and does that not feel good. And then you just brush throughout and “You smell so clean.” And during the off season, you can use it to keep your outdoor furniture fresh, simply sprinkle some baking soda right on those cushion, put in your storage bin, your storage bags and seal it up for the winter. The uses are endless and buy buying a 12-pound resalable bag of Arm and Hammer, you’ll save big in the long run Ellen Damaschino: Do you love to work in the garden, well I’ve got a great time saving tip for you so you don’t have to go back and forth in the garage, you can make your own make-shift tote out of something you have right around the house. First of all, just take a soda’s six-pack container, and use this in an ordinary tote bag and take all of your tools and put them right into the six-pack, and you have this that you can take with you everywhere. Happy gardening. Audra Lowe: Good advice especially if you’re one who likes to take full advantage of that warmer weather coming to spring, and if your looking for more ways to save more and waste less—