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Switching 5 of your most used lights in the house to LED bulbs will save $75 in electricity every year! 🌱

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Stoyan Velinov says:

LED-s aren't ECO friendly. It's cheaper for you to use them, but that's as good a it gets. The semiconductor technology behind LED-s and other similar products ( regular diodes, comp chips, solar panels, etc.) is super harmful to the environment

Denis tr3x says:

what a great soundtrack! please tell the track id 🙂

Homemaker and Diary says:

Eco friendly $3 DIY rug
https://youtu.be/iXfzpIL8mXE

Eric Hnb says:

I am a plumber from Germany and urge you to turn down your water heater below 140 ° F. It is dangerous because of the possibility of forming Legionella. If you want to know more about this fact, read this article: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/infectious-diseases/legionella.html

Buzzfeed should do better research.

Dennis C. says:

Go vegan 🌱!

Shane Flores says:

I do all 7 , but I suggest growing your own fruits and veggies. I started with a peach te that ended up dying on me. Now I have lemons, bananas, oranges, aloe vera, tomatoes, jalapenos, loquat, mangos and avocados (these last three trees are treated like the most fragile things I own) I recommend that more than those plants.

YouObviously LoveOreos says:

Okay but Kimberley Queen is such a nice name tho

Eswaran Girija says:

But it's awesome

Eswaran Girija says:

Is this video for Global Recycling day?

Nanna Falk Christensen says:

Don't turn down your water heater! It has to be at a 140°f or 60°C in order to prevent harmfull bacteria!

talktive tucker says:

just watched jenna marbles plant tour….now this….i need plants in my life.

Jayarie says:

Eco friendly and cut costs are two different things. Many of these were leaning towards reducing your bill and didn't really matter ecologically given the reasoning provided

Nolan Yamada says:

Get tucking solar panels

Taina Evans says:

I don't understand this obsession with dryers. I have three kids and I have a drying rack. All tshirts/shirts go on hangers, hung on the drying rack, underwear and socks on the bottom rack. It's all dry by the next morning. Sheets and towels go on a bigger rack which, if the weather is nice, goes on the balcony, and if it's not, goes up in a bedroom for the day. Hang sheets in the morning, they're dry by the evening. I haven't used a dryer since 2000 when I was living in the US.

Sha・Ne・Ru says:

so i have/am using most everything else except a plant… looks like my cats and i will be getting a Bamboo Palm soon xD

JerryPowers says:

I need 3 subscribers

Lee-Ann Thomas says:

That light was not a LED…That was a fluorescent light bulb

Igmutanka Nagi says:

#1 “switch to led”: screws in a CFL bulb rolls eyes

sahco says:

Don’t use sponges! Try bamboo and cotton mix cloths. They work so well and can be used all over again!

اميرة بيتي ام شروق om-chourouk says:

Abonee 😊😊

*- Master -* :3 says:

Love it anf takes for the tips :3

Harsh Gaming Squad says:

❤ the hacks
#earlysquad

K. says:

Absolutely do NOT wash your laundry cold. Especially stuff like towels, underwear and rags. It won't kill the bacteria unless you wash at 90°C

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