Do you have a secret trick?

YoungBlueEyes
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edited 12 January 2023 at 5:57PM in Old style MoneySaving
Do you have a way of doing something that makes it easier or more efficient? Something that you do but you’re not sure if everybody knows about it? 

If so, share it on this thread 🙂

Here’s mine. When you’re putting up a washing line, make sure it’s good and long. Then you can do a double string, and use it to split your sheets etc. Larger surface area means it dries quicker. 

Like this - 



So how about you? What’s your trick?
In 1915, the lock millionaire Cecil Chubb bought his wife Stonehenge. She didn't like it, so in 1918 he gave it to the nation.
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  • joedenise
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    Definitely need to try the California roll!  At the moment DH and I do it together to make things easy but if I can do it by myself I won't have to wait for him to be available to help!

  • That’s what I used to do Slinky, til I thought of splitting them. 

    I use big hair clips to hold the top of the duvet in place while I’m shaking it about. It kinda works but I’m gonna practise the California roll cos it looks better. Or it will be, if I can crack the practise bit :disappointed:

    Wednesday2000 - that made me laugh 😆 I wish I’d taken a new pic when I had my good bedding out. I used the same pic I’d put on another thread about it. Least it wasn’t actually himself’s underpants tho! 
    In 1915, the lock millionaire Cecil Chubb bought his wife Stonehenge. She didn't like it, so in 1918 he gave it to the nation.
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