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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

14 Simpe Dryer Sheet Uses

That box of dryer sheets sitting in your laundry room has more then one use. Here are 14 Simple uses you may never have thought of

Shower Cleaner -
Use a dryer sheet to to dissolve soap scum from shower doors, and the tile walls. Clean the surfaces with a sheet.

Car Freshener -Place dyer sheets in your glove box, trunk, under car floor mats and under car seats for a fresh smelling car.

Laundry Room Quick Clean - Use your used dryer sheets to quickly wipe down your laundry room collecting all the dust and dirt that often accumulates on top of our washer and dryers, inside our dryer drums, and on our counters.

No more bugs - Place dryer sheets into your picnic baskets or place under lawn furniture to repel bees.

Blind Cleaning - Close your blinds, then wipe up and down with a dryer sheet. Dust be gone.

Prevent Musty Book Smells - Insert a dryer sheet between the pages of your favorite books when storing them.

Smelly shoe solution - Place a dryer sheet into the smelly shoes and let sit overnight.

Paint Brush clean up - Place your used paintbrushes in warm water along with a dryer sheet and within a minute your brushes will begin being paint free.
ty from your television and computer screen.

Luggage odor eater - Prevent musty odors by placing a single sheet inside your empty luggage before storing

Pet Freshener -
Wipe down your wet dog or cat with a dryer sheet when they come in from the rain to freshen their fur
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Hair Collector - Use a dryer sheet to wipe bathroom floors, counters and even furniture that may be collecting hair. One quick wipe and you are hair free.

What SIMPLE ways do you use a dryer sheet?

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3 Comments:

Blogger Seattle's Green Queen said...

I'll put one or 2 (we have big dogs) inside the dog bed to help with smell.

September 28, 2010 at 7:46 PM  
Anonymous mama25kids said...

I'll put 1 or 2 inside the dog bed to help with smell.

September 28, 2010 at 7:48 PM  
Blogger Terri said...

I put a used dryer sheet under each floor heat register (I let the underside frame of register keep it open to stay in place) to collect any dust & debris so it doesn't fall into the duct work. I change the sheets usually twice a month.

September 29, 2010 at 11:58 AM  

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