by Lee Wyatt
(last updated September 11, 2019)
Everyone uses the bathroom, and as such ends up using more water in that one room than they would normally expect. If you are serious about lowering your water use, then you need to start thinking about conserving water in the bathroom. Believe it or not, there are actually more than enough ways to save or limit water use in the bathroom that you could fill up a book. Here are a few of the simpler (and less expensive) methods that you can begin using today.
You will be amazed at how much water these simple methods can end up conserving in the bathroom. Keep in mind that these are only a few of the methods available. There are dozens of methods that you can use, but it can basically be boiled down to the less water you use, the more you conserve. Use your imagination for more ideas and create some of your own methods that you can use to begin conserving water in the bathroom.
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