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(#5279233) Dryer Sheets / Fabric Softener
Posted by HeartOnFire on 8 Sep 2021 at 9:26AM

Use Aluminum Foil instead of Dryer Sheets

A great way to make your clothes static-free and avoid static cling that works. For those looking to avoid buying expensive fabric softeners, have allergies, or run out and are in-between fabric sheets.

Start with 2-3 sheets of aluminum foil, about a foot long each, and ball them up together.

Then you toss it into your dryer along with your clothes. That's it!

The ball will come out looking a little smoother afterwards from bumping around in there, but other than that, no real visible change, and the laundry will come out being completely static-free. It's a bit amazing and you can still use the same ball for up to a year.

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How to Make an Inexpensive Liquid Fabric Softener

A homemade fabric softener recipe for those pinching pennies, but your clothes will come out feeling soft and smelling good.

Here is what you'll need:

12 oz container of hair conditioner ( I use Suave because it's inexpensive and comes in lots of scents), 1 1/2 cups of distilled white vinegar, 3 cups of really warm water, funnel, and an empty bottle.

Simply add all of the ingredients together in a bowl and whisk until fully mixed together. That's it!

Grab the funnel and bottle and pour it in!

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