Save $250 by Not Buying These Household Cleaning Products
There's a reason disposable cleaning products like wipes and sponges are so popular -- they make keeping your home fresh and shiny much easier.
But they also often come with a higher price tag than that of their more laborious counterparts. Naturally everyone can decide to pay a premium for convenience, but it's still important to be aware of how much we're actually spending on that convenience.
We looked at some popular cleaning products to illustrate just how much they'll cost over the course of a year, and some less expensive -- and more sustainable -- alternatives. We searched grocery stores, drugstores, and big box stores to determine a "standard price" that you're likely to pay, and estimated how much a typical consumer would use in a year.
So, are these disposable cleaning products worth your money?