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water, water … ways to save

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No matter where you live, this year’s severe drought has caused all of us to think of ways to
conserve water. Check out these simple things your family can do to relieve the pressure.
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1. Keep a Bucket in Your Shower
As the shower warms up, catch the water in a bucket and use it to water household plants or your
outside garden. This bucket from Lowe’s is perfect for the job. $15.46

 

2. Wash Dishes by Hand
Fill one sink with water for washing, and the other with water to rinse.
Don’t keep the water running, turn it off.
Remove the excess water with this Egyptian cotton towel set from Target. $14.99


 

3. Rinse Your Fresh Produce in a Large Bowl or Pot
Reuse the water to irrigate your houseplants or outdoor gardens.
These bowls designed by Martha Stewart for Macy’s are ideal for the job. $29.99

 

4. Slow the Flow
Install a showerhead which allows you to adjust the flow of water. They are cheap and easy to install.
Your family can save more than 500 gallons of water a week.
Put the power in your hands with this showerhead from Home Depot. $40.60

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