Haley's Hints Green Edition: 1000 Great Tips to Save Time, Money, and the Planet!

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Penguin, Mar 3, 2009 - House & Home - 224 pages
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The New York Times bestselling author team returns with a budget-friendly, time-saving collection of green ideas.

Because Mother Earth never wrote a guide for humans on caring for her, the authors of Haley?s Hints now offer a collection of Earth-friendly tips for around the house. These many tips, both time-tested and money-saving, range from cooking and home repair to pest control and clever laundry ideas. Organized by category, the book shows how ordinary, non-toxic products can perform extraordinarily, all the while saving time and money. Readers can now say goodbye to expensive products and harsh chemicals. And Mother Earth will thank them for it.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1FRESH FOOD FACTS CHAPTER 2LEAN GREEN CLEANING MACHINE CHAPTER 3CURE FORTHE COMMON KITCHEN CHAP...
CHAPTER 9LAUNDRY LESSONS
GREEN TIPS FOR LITTLE SPROUTS
THE HOMEBODY
GARDENING AND THE GREAT OUTDOORS
FROM THE BACKYARD TO THE OUTBACK
NATURALLY BEAUTIFUL CHAPTER 15
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Graham Haley is a host and bestselling author best known for the money saving series Haley's Hints. In addition to his books, he also starred in his own television show, which was shown across four continents, and has appeared numerous times in newspapers, magazines, and radio. He lives with his wife, Rosemary, and their children in Toronto.

Rosemary Haley is one half of the duo behind the bestselling Haley's Hints series, which has been a trove of money saving household tips for over ten years. In addition to their book series, Rosemary and her husband Graham have been shared their secrets via numerous features in newspapers, magazines, radio, and television, most notably the Haley's Hints television show, which is aired across four continents. She now lives in Toronto.

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