Are you a back-shelfer?

Are you a back-shelfer?

A basic but crafty little tip which many of us do but a huge number of us don’t par-take in is “back-shelfing”.
“What on earth?” I can hear you cry across the fibre cables of the internet “what on earth is she talking about?”
Back-shelfing is the simple process whereby once in a shop you take the item you want to purchase from the back of the shelf rather than the front. Supermarket employees put the newer stock to the rear of the display, so more often than not you’ll find a product with a longer life span at the back of the shelf compared to the one at the front.
With fresh food this can buy you an extra couple of days grace in the fridge. With tinned, frozen and non-perishables you can buy yourself months or even years with a spot of back-shelfing.
The same goes for beauty products. The likes of deodorants and hair spray at the front will have had the odd spray or two wafted around for free by another customer, so whilst it may only be mere pence worth of product up used up on this instance, over the years it could very well start adding up.
Not a back-shelfer? Become one today!

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