Baby oil is a great way to get stainless steel to sparkle. It is also a lot less expensive than traditional stainless steel cleaning products.
The dollar store is your best friend. Sponges, plastic gloves, large plastic buckets – the dollar store is a great place to stock up on cleaning basics.
Recycle your newspapers.Putting old newspapers at the bottom of trash cans will soak up liquid leaks and help eliminate odors, making cleaning your trash cans easier.
Blow-out your chandelier.Using your blow-dryer, on its lowest setting, makes for an easy (and free!) way to clean chandeliers and pendant lights of dust.
Swap out paper towels for a microfiber cloth. The initial investment is more than a roll of paper towels, but you will get many, many uses out of the microfiber cloth – saving you money in the long run.
Cut your sponges in half! This quick snip will cut your sponge-spending in half.
For the ultimate savings, make your own household cleaning supplies! Here is a great video on making your very own cleaning products: