Thursday, August 12, 2010

Homemade Dryer Sheets

Homemade Dryer Sheets. 


I have been using this method for a little over 3 weeks now.  
{LOVE IT!}
I tried three others that failed, miserably.  

What You'll Need:
Container with lid
Fabric Softner
Water
Measuring Cup
3 Sponges


1.) Pour equal contents of Fabric Softner & Water in container.
(i.e.if  you put in 2 cups fabric softner then put in 2 cups water)
2.) Cut sponges in 1/2 so you'll have 6 mini sponges.
3.) Leave to soak til you need them.
4.) When it is time to use them.  Gently squeeze 2 of them (enough to stop the dripping) and insert with your wet clothes into the dryer. When your clothes are dry put the sponges back in the bucket for their next use.  
5.) Pull them out of the dryer and enjoy the smell.

Enjoy!

8 comments:

Becky said...

Great idea! I love money saving tips like this.

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Ashley J Houck said...

it uses A LOT less fabric softner and does not harm your clothes! Win-win. Have a great weekend!

Sharyn said...

What a wonderful idea. So economical and enviro friendly too.

Preppy Pink Crocodile said...

What a great idea! Thanks for the tip!!

Kelley said...

My MIL has been using a dish cloth (bought new) instead of a sponge like this for decades. You can use old, cut up cotton t-shirt rags, etc., for this, too.

Lorena said...

this is awesome! we live overseas and I've NEVER been able to buy dryer sheets...heck, I'm just thankful to have a dryer. I'm excited about this!

Katie said...

Saw this over at One Pretty Thing. This is awesome! Thanks!

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