She’s giving a brand new meaning to “reduce and reuse.”
Goldy Locks has appeared on a new episode of TLC’s “Extreme Cheapskates,” telling a struggling family that they can cut back on grocery bills by using their own poop as compost to grow food.
The pro-wrestler turned TV personality, 44, stunned Kevin and Tracy Stapleton with her inflation-proof poop scoop after they complained that they were going into the red with their exorbitant spending habits.
The couple, who have two children, rake in $7,400 a month but spend a staggering $1,800 on groceries and an additional $700 eating out at restaurants.
Once other expenses are accounted for, the Stapletons spend about $500 more than the total amount they bring in — prompting a visit from Locks.
Locks, on the other hand, says she spends just $84 a month on food for herself — and it’s all thanks to her composting.
“The true cheapskate looks for the opportunity [to cut costs] every chance and every place that they can get,” Locks told the cash-strapped clan.
“This is my gift to you,” she continued before showing them two wheelbarrows filled with a moist brown substance. “You can’t quite get this compost from a hardware store, I make it from my poop.”
Locks then instructed the startled Stapletons on how to turn their feces into an effective compost.
“[First] Dump kitchen scraps, then you are going to layer it with some of your human poo and in between each time you poo, you throw in leaves scrunched up or sawdust and it covers the smell,” she proclaimed.
“In a year it will have dissolved into the most incredible soil,” the cost-cutter enthusiastically added. “You’ve turned waste into resources, absolutely brilliant.”
The Post has reached out to Locks for further comment.
While the Stapletons may be in the red, they were feeling green about Locks’ stinky savings hack, describing it as “gross.”
Many viewers were similarly sickened by the idea.
“Its a difference between being cheap and being nasty,” one snapped.
“I’ve seen some pretty gross in my life but that’s the most disgusting,” another repulsed armchair critic cried.
“Yeah that $84 a month is impossible, that’s literally $2.80 a day,” a third calculated. “That’ll barely buy a hot dog and Pepsi from Costco.”
However, one poo enthusiast didn’t think Locks’ tip was quite so crap.
“This why I love poo. It is so incredibly versatile and has so many purposes,” gushed one user. “Most people think it’s just something that stinks and should be flushed. but it can be used to make paper, it can be used as fuel. The uses are endless.”