Make your own dusting spray by combining 1 cup white vinegar and 1/2 teaspoon of olive oil in a pump spray bottle from the "dollar" stores. (Saves the environment - no spray cans in the land fill. Saves money too.)
Clean brass and copper with lemons! Cut a lemon in half and sprinkle some salt on it. Rub the lemon on the piece, rinse thoroughly and dry. (Saves $25 or more plus no harsh chemicals.)
Elephant ear philodendrons and snake plants are easy-care plants that do a good job of absorbing many common household pollutants. (Saves money and the environment. No need for as much "odor neutralizing spray".)
I found these great quick tips in various issues of All You magazine.
I consider frugality an art form and a religious conviction. I learned about paying cash for purchases, recycling and reusing just about everything and being generous to friends and those in need from my parents.
My faith instructs me all things are gifted by God and so I am compelled to be a good steward of my gifts. [The highest heavens belong to the LORD, but the earth he has given to man. Psalm 115:16]