Most of you reading this right now all know about the great advantage you have when you go shopping and end up buying in bulk. Not only do you have more than enough of what is essential to your household or business, you end up saving a packet too. As you well know, buying in bulk has that practical advantage of saving you a lot more money than would have been the case had you just been shopping here and there and only when you really needed to. Yes, it is also good to be nicely organized and settled.
Speaking of which, isn’t it nice to have your household, your workshop, your factory floor or your corner store all nice and neat and clean and tidy and spic ‘n span. As a well-organized housekeeper, always with your finger on the button where savings are concerned, you will also be looking to save on the amount of power you are using up these days. Because you are concerned about your carbon footprint and into keeping yourself fit, trim and healthy, you don’t mind exercising a little more elbow grease than is usual.
You can ditch the vacuum cleaners and polishers for now and just get on with it with your shop rags in bulk. And what else is nice about these rags that certainly saved you quite a few nickels? Oh yes, that’s right, you’re saving your natural environment too. Because you know, these rags have been sourced from landfills, would you believe. Really old and grimy linen materials and old clothes that nobody wanted and just threw away have been reclaimed and recycled as your really handy cleaning rags which, of course, you bought in bulk.
What a way to save, hey?