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DIY "Forever" Dryer Sheets

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These DIY dryer sheets go in the success column! My clothes came out of the dryer smelling fresh, feeling soft and without that annoying static cling I hate so much. This definitely WASN'T one of those Pinterest promises that fails to deliver!
Time: 5 Minutes Cost: $5 Difficulty: Easy
Liquid Fabric Softener
Water
Plastic storage bin with lid
6 sponges, cut in half lengthwise
Store the sponges in the liquid mixture and when you're ready to add a load to the dryer, just pull one out, squeeze out the excess liquid and toss it in the dryer with your clothes! When the load is done, just put it back into the container for next time! http://www.365ishpins.com/diy-dryer-sheets-vol-2-day-49/

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  • Diane Serna
    Diane Serna Morocco, IN
    on Oct 29, 2014

    What is the mix of water and softener?

    • Nicole Burkholder
      Nicole Burkholder Murrieta, CA
      on Nov 10, 2014

      @Diane Serna I'm totally new to Hometalk. Someone just asked me to post this here for them. I inserted the link to my site for more complete information, instructions and answers to FAQ's but I don't know where that would be!

  • Faye Queen
    Faye Queen Columbia, NC
    on Nov 9, 2014

    I AM GOING TO DO THIS THANKS

  • Wenduberteau49
    Wenduberteau49 Houston, TX
    on Nov 9, 2014

    What is the mix of water and softener?

    • Carla Lombardo Ehrlich
      Carla Lombardo Ehrlich Pittsburgh, PA
      on Nov 10, 2014

      @Wenduberteau49 I have been doing this the past 3 years. I use equal parts of water and softener. Works fantastic!!

  • Carla Lombardo Ehrlich
    Carla Lombardo Ehrlich Pittsburgh, PA
    on Nov 10, 2014

    I have been doing this the past 3 years. I use equal parts of water and softener. Works fantastic!!

  • Rita Testaerman
    Rita Testaerman
    on Nov 10, 2014

    Thank you thank you thank you !

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