5 Great Uses for Dryer Sheets

by on October 5th, 2015
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I have to say, I’m thankful for dryer sheets. Imagine pulling your clean laundry out of the dryer, and not getting to enjoy the sweet, clean smell of your freshly washed clothes and linens. But many people do not realize that there are lots of other fabulous ways to use dryer sheets around your home.

1) Winter is my absolute favorite season, but the static electricity and dryness that generates from heaters can make my hair stage an all-out rebellion. The next time your hair is reaching for the skies with static electricity, simply grab a dryer sheet and run it over the length of your hair. After only a few strokes, your hair should quit protesting and lay down like civilized hair again. I often find it helpful to keep one in my office or in my purse in the winter months so that I have it on hand whenever I remove my coat.

2) Stash them in your dresser drawers to keep your clothes smelling fresh. It will also help remove any musty odors that can come from wooden furniture. I also keep a couple in my wooden trunk, as well as my towel cupboards.

3) Dryer sheets can also cancel out the static electricity that occurs between your skirt and your pantyhose. A few swipes from the dryer sheet can quickly leave you cling free.

4) If starch leaves build-up on your iron, turn the iron setting onto low, and iron over the dryer sheet. It will remove any build up and sticky residues.

5)You can also use dryer sheets to remove soap scum left on your shower door. Moisten the dryer sheet with a small amount of water, and use it to scrub away the soap scum.

If only everything could be so great at multi-tasking!

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