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How Home Improvement Stores Trick You Into Spending More Money

From your mailbox to the checkout line, home improvement stores are like every other retailer: They use many strategies to get you to spend. Many of their tricks are time-tested and based on science and human psychology. Did you think Home Depot chose orange for their logo, signs, and advertisements because it's a nice bright color? Were you under the impression candy stocked at checkout is there purely for your convenience? And what about those long aisles and the confusing layout?

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    How Home Improvement Stores Trick You Into Spending More Money

    How Home Improvement Stores Trick You Into Spending More Money

    From your mailbox to the checkout line, home improvement stores are like every other retailer: They use many strategies to get you to spend more …

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