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Monday,  June 11, 2017

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, typical portable irons draw 1,000 to 1,800 watts (as much as 10 to 18 100-watt light bulbs).  Instead of ironing, you can save energy by hanging clothes while they are still warm.  To remove mild creases, hang clothes in the bathroom while you shower so the steam can straighten them.  


Tuesday,  June 12, 2017

Consider a hybrid (which, on average, will conserve more than 20 gallons of gasoline per month) when making your next vehicle purchase. 


Wednesday,  June 13, 2017

Most clothing doesn’t need hot water to be cleaned well.  98% of energy used by washing machines is used to heat water.  The higher the temperature of the water, the more electricity you're running and the higher the cost in terms of both energy use and money.  Additionally, cold water will help clothes keep their colors brighter longer.


Thursday,  June 14, 2017

To clean glass, instead of using store-bought sprays containing chemicals, mix two tablespoons of white vinegar (or undiluted lemon juice) with a gallon of water; dispense into a spray bottle; squirt on glass; then scrub with newspaper instead of paper towels which can cause streaking.


Friday,  Jine 15, 2017

When shopping for school supplies, remember to look for recycled notebooks and loose-leaf paper with a high percentage of post-consumer waste.  A lot of so-called recycled paper is made from recycled wood chips, which doesn't help fight deforestation or keep used paper out of landfills.  If green school supplies aren't available in your area, look online and consider teaming up with other parents to buy in bulk to reduce cost and packaging waste.


Saturday,  June 16, 2017

The three R's of waste reduction are reduce the amount and toxicity of trash you discard; reuse containers and products, repairing those which are broken (or giving broken containers to someone able to repair same); and recycle as much as possible, including, but not limited to, purchasing products manufactured with recycled content.


Sunday,  June 17, 2017

Instead of using harsh chemical sprays, to remove scratches from wood furniture, rub the area with a little toothpaste and a soft cloth; to remove grease spots from wood furniture, you can sprinkle some salt on the area to absorb the grease.


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