More unique hometown gift ideas to keep you thinking of ways to spend your money in Nevada

Compiled by Marlys Barker

Last week, we suggested that anyone who sells anything in Nevada to offer more unique hometown gift ideas by submitting that item. We did come up with a few more great hometown holiday ideas.

1) C & J Auto Detailing in Nevada has a great idea for anyone on your gift list who owns a car or truck — give the gift of detail! How perfect would this be for the grandparents who have everything? Buy a gift certicate to get their car cleaned in a way that brings it back to that new car feeling. Owner Chase Stout encourages people to call him or Facebook-message him to get an estimate for a detail of the vehicle that you will be gifting for. Prices vary, depending on vehicle size and condition.

2) Dori Gass of Nevada, an independent seller of Norwex items, offers a unique gift idea for the person on your list who could use a helping hand — or in this case “cloth” — for their cleaning routine. The Norwex Enviro Cloth is silver-infused and you can use it to clean anything…use it dry or damp. Learn more about what Dori can help you with locally this Christmas by messaging her on Facebook.

3) Sweet Dreams Mattress Center, 1136 Sixth St., offers something most everyone can use as a new gift at least once a year — sheets! From fine linen sheets, with a five-year warranty to Tencel sheets, which are from extruded raw eucalyptus to Portugeuse Flannel from the Mills of Portugal, also with a five-year warranty, they can give you that unique gift that allows that special someone on your list a great sleep night after night. The store also carries bamboo and brushed microfiber sheet sets with a three-year warranty.

4) The Nevada Journal, 1125 Sixth St., thinks a subscription for the person who likes to know more about the community is the perfect gift this Christmas. That person could be a college student who now lives outside the community, a grandparent who likes to keep up on what’s going on or the neighbor who is always borrowing your paper to cut out clippings of her student athlete from the Jounal sports pages. For just $44 in-county (a little more if they are out-of-county), you can give someone a gift that lasts an entire year.