If you do much laundry (and what mom doesn’t?), you probably use a lot of dryer sheets. Do you use them once and throw them away? If so, stop that right now! You can get a lot more use out of those sheets, with everything from dusting to freshening up a space. Check out these 15 tips for using dryer sheets outside the laundry room.
Remove soap scum and hard water stains from your shower doors with a few dryer sheets. Yep, it really works.
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Make lavender sachets to put in all your drawers. Your clothes will smell fantastic.
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Tuck one into your toilet paper rolls to release a fresh scent whenever someone uses the tp.
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Use them to dust. Dust just grabs onto dryer sheets… old ones work just fine!
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Remove stains and stuck-on food from your dishes with ease. Put a dryer sheet in the dish, fill with water, and let it sit overnight. Easy.
Put a dryer sheet in your suitcase to keep your clothes fresh while you travel.
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After a long day, shoes can stink. Freshen them up with a dryer sheet in each one overnight.
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Untangle thread when sewing by running a dryer sheet over the needle and thread.
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Dryer sheets work great for removing dust from electronics, such as tvs, computer screens and keyboards.
Get rid of static in your hair in the winter with a simple dryer sheet over your brush.
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Now, this is gross, but you can also use them to get dead bug spatter off your vehicle.
via Solo Travel Girl
Use old dryer sheets to clean your glasses. Avoid using new ones, though, because they’ll leave residue.
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Polish mineral stains off the chrome fixtures in your bathroom and kitchen.
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Speaking of chrome, a dryer sheet will make your wheels look like new, too.
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