Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
The price of bleach exploded during the virus time and hasn't come back down. We continue to buy a lot of generic items and *on sale* or marked down food...same as always.
@Ghoti Ichthus I read that you could cut way down on the amount of detergent you use to wash clothes. I have cut mine by about half and my clothes come out clean. Don't know how this will work in the spring and summer when I work outside and get really dirty and stinky. ( and I don't like my washing machine much...I think it's energy efficient but my old machine was sooooo much better).
I'm stuck using Mom and Dad's washer because that's what's here. I've experimented and use as little as I can while still getting stuff clean, but have to be very careful because elderly people can get infections so easily. My front-loader's buried in storage with pretty much all the rest of my stuff, and it uses half the detergent, gets clothes cleaner, spins them drier, isn't nearly as hard on clothes (no agitator), and I don't hurt myself every time I remove the clean clothes to dry them.
I'm terrified that the washer or dryer will break and be unfixable because the StairLifter precludes removal of old and delivery/installation of new.