October 26, 2012 | Fun Tips  |  Money Saving Tips  |  Repair, Re-use & Recycle |
At BuySpares, our saying is “Repair Not Replace” and we’re always on the lookout for ways to help make your money go further – so far, in fact, that it just might need a plane ticket! So with that in mind, we’re back again, armed with more cool and quirky pieces of inspiration for your home that just might make you say “Oh, what a good idea!” and other assorted exclamations of delight (well, whatever floats your boat I suppose).
We’ve already shared some ideas in our Unusual and Useful Tips for Around the Home – Part One post, and now we’ve got a handful of other money saving DIY hacks for you to try around the home.
October 18, 2012 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  Money Saving Tips |
These days, the options available when shopping for kitchen cleaning products are both varied and overwhelming. It can be really tricky making a decision on what product to buy when so many claim to be able to do the same things, but in better ways than all the others. However, by switching to natural, non-chemical based cleaners, you can make your decision much easier while doing your bit for the environment and your family. In an area like the kitchen where food is stored and prepared, eliminating the need for harsh and robust chemical cleaners will be beneficial for your household.Read more
April 3, 2012 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  Gardening Tips & Advice  |  Money Saving Tips |
If you enjoyed reading the 100 Tips for Your Home & Garden, then this next batch of home and garden tips won’t disappoint. As before we have broken it into individual topics to make it easier to find the tip you need.Read more
March 28, 2012 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  Gardening Tips & Advice  |  Money Saving Tips |
To celebrate our one hundredth blog post we thought it would be fitting to share 100 tips to help you improve your home and garden. We’ve broken it into sections to make it more manageable and these cover everything from energy saving and appliance care to security tips and do-it-yourself advice for around the home.Read more
December 14, 2011 | Money Saving Tips |
This definitely isn’t what you want to discover Christmas morning when the kids are all excited about using their new toys, gadgets and gizmos. With this in mind it never hurts to keep a supply of batteries in the house just in case. Alternatively, if you’re a fan of the rechargeable type, take the hassle out of electronic gifts by ensuring they are fully charged and ready to go – this way you won’t get caught out!Read more
September 23, 2011 | Money Saving Tips  |  What are we up to? |
Everyone loves a bargain, so it’s not surprising that, when a customer orders a spare part from us, one of the most common questions we’re asked is whether we can offer that part for a cheaper price.
The answer is – we can!
August 16, 2011 | Money Saving Tips |
Following on from our discovery of Eco-force’s recycled household items, our love of all things eco-friendly continues with the discovery of E-cloths, which promise to clean your home without the use of chemicals.
These household cleaning cloths have been proven to remove over 99% of bacteria using just water – sounds too good to be true I know, but this is how it works:
June 14, 2011 | Money Saving Tips  |  Repair, Re-use & Recycle |
Home appliances aren’t cheap and if one suddenly breaks down then you’re looking at several hundred pounds to buy a replacement. Fortunately, there is an alternative that could see you pocket the difference.
April 1, 2011 | Money Saving Tips |
Many people depend on their mobile phone or laptop. In fact, many people would go so far as to say they couldn’t live without them. But how do all these technophiles cope at a festival or camping holiday with no electricity source to charge their beloved gadgets? Well there’s now a solution in the form of solar-powered chargers.
March 16, 2011 | Appliances and Appliance Care  |  Money Saving Tips |
We’ve all been there – the layer of ice and frost on the walls of your freezer is so thick that you need brute strength just to pry out the drawers to get to your food. But you may be surprised to learn that defrosting your freezer is a pretty easy job if you go about it properly.