Homesteading Tips to Save Time and Money

John Knioca shares these homesteading tips to help you save on costly expenditures.


| June/July 2002


Learn these homesteading tips to help you save time and money.

John Knioca's homesteading tips:

•Clean your windshield of bugs with a single-edge razor blade; buy them 100 to a box.

•Got a critter between the walls? Turn on two or three radios, full volume, and go to town for half a day. When you come back, the creatures will be gone

•Don't bother with soap when you wash a car. It takes the wax off and isn't needed 99 percent of the time.

•Give your body to organ donor organizations or a local university for research. Funeral traditions are not enjoyed by or paid for by the dead. I give flowers to living people, not dead.

Satomi
12/18/2007 3:40:58 PM

There are many excellent tips in this article. Especially the one about donating your body to science and saving on funeral expenses. I mean, it's kinda gross, but it makes sense!






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