Drier Sheets

January 14, 2009 at 7:43 am (Homemaking, The Domestic Economy) (, , , )

domestic-economy

Do you use drier sheets?

Did you know that you can cut them in half and they will work just as effectively? And you won’t have to buy them as often! When you open a new box, just whip out the scissors and cut the sheets in half, that way they’re ready to use for each load!

And when you’re finished with the load of laundry, stuff that leftover drier sheet into your sock or underwear drawer to spread around the good smell.

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5 Comments

  1. Amber :o said,

    Actually, that depends on the size of the load. The dryers at the laundromat are big so we have to actually use two dryer sheets, not one or half of one. When we use only one, our clothes get clingy and staticy.

  2. Anna Lofgren said,

    You don’t even half to cut them. I just tear mine in half before I throw them in the drier, and it works quite well!

  3. Vanessa said,

    I have done that before, but found that half of a dryer sheet works best for smaller loads. But I hadn’t thought about putting the used ones in my drawers. Thanks for the tip!

  4. Rebekah said,

    We do that! 🙂

  5. Anna said,

    Dryer sheets also help keep biting insects away if you hang them outside.

    Actually, there’s lots of things you can do with them- a google will reveal much 🙂

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