Whether witches ride them or you use them to sweep out bad spirits, brooms can last a long time.
You might never have thought about taking care of your broom, but not buying yet another one will save you money. How many brooms have you bought in your lifetime? Just a quick estimate will do. Think of how much you might have spent on brooms over your life, then think of how nice it would be to have part of that money back. I can't return your money already spent, but I can show you how to keep from spending so much in the future.
If you take good care of your broom, whether it's made of broomcorn or synthetic fibers, it will last you years and years. Here's how:
Broom mythology trivia:
No matter; save the broom you have and you'll have more money to put in the bank, and that's no myth!
Pat Veretto is a work-at-home grandmother who has homesteaded, homeschooled, and happily lived frugally most of her life. She currently freelances and is a moderator of The Dollar Stretcher Community.
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