The Cheapskate woman refuses to buy toilet paper and finds the missing furniture.

The Cheapskate woman refuses to buy toilet paper and finds the missing furniture.

Confessed Kate Hashimoto was on TLC’s Extreme Cheapskates program and said she would never buy toilet paper and would be horrified to hear that “ordinary people” would spend $ 100 ($ 73) to get a haircut.

A woman has confessed that no matter how frugal she is, she does not use toilet paper and finds what she missed instead of spending money on furniture. And also, talking about the TLC concert at Extreme CheapSkates, Kate Hashimoto explains the unique lifestyle of living in New York City for just $ 200 a month (£ 146). She says: “I lived in New York for three years and found a way to get around even though it was the most expensive city to live in. “If I have to spend money, I try to avoid it. And also, I try to pay as little as possible.” Kate describes how she hygienically solves the toilet problem, dresses well, and demonstrates her cleaning method.

The Cheapskate woman refuses to buy toilet paper and finds the missing furniture.
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This woman says: “I don’t use toilet paper. I use water and soap to wash after I go to the bathroom. “I take a bottle of water in my hand and wash it. If I urinate, I do it, and then I dry it with the paper towels I have.” She added: “If I take a dump, I grab the soap and put it on the floor, and then I wash it.”

The Cheapskate woman refuses to buy toilet paper and finds the missing furniture.
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Kate explains that she does not believe in spending money on the trash and that she saves used paper towels from public toilets, dries them, and uses them again at home. After deciding to go to a beauty school for $ 10 (£ 7.30) once a year, Kate began scratching with toilet paper and cutting her hair into a curly bob. Shocked, she says: “I have heard that the average person pays $ 100 ($ 73) for a haircut! “It’s hard to imagine now. I can’t believe it.”

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