The Good Life
It’s time for spring clean-up and you might want to purge all those useless items you’ve been saving for a rainy day.
Here’s a list of the top 7 things people throw from JustJunk.com
Old appliances from basements. Even if you use that old fridge, it eats up a huge amount of electricity. Unplugging it permanently can save you about $150 a year. As for that vintage that 1940s range, forget about it.
Pull-out couches. If you’ve ever moved one you know they’re heavy enough to cause injuries. Time to toss it for a lighter model.
Garage odds and sods like old broken tennis rackets, rusty nails, worn out mattresses…get rid of them.
Also on the cleanup list are backyard waste, renovation debris, old fixtures like toilets and tubs, and finally old tin sheds. Trust me, you’ll feel better once you throw it out!