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Cammie Larsen
Cammie Larsen • 2 years ago

Soak a hand towel in fabric softener. Squeeze out any remaining drops from the towel. Hang it over a chair (or outside on a clothes line) to dry. My house smelled super clean for the three days while this towel was drying completely. Yes, it took three days! You must make sure it dries completely! After the towel dries you just throw it in your dryer along with clothes and use it as a dryer sheet for 40-50 loads before soaking again.

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THIS REALLY WORKS AND LAUNDRY IS SUPER SOFT!!! Soak a hand towel in fabric softener. Squeeze out any remaining drops from the towel. Hang it over a chair (or outside on a clothes line) to dry. My house smelled super clean for the three days while this towel was drying completely. Yes, it took three days! You must make sure it dries completely! After the towel dries you just throw it in your dryer along with clothes and use it as a dryer sheet for 40-50 loads before soaking again.

THIS REALLY WORKS AND LAUNDRY IS SUPER SOFT!!! Soak a hand towel in fabric softener. Squeeze out any remaining drops from the towel. Hang it over a chair (or outside on a clothes line) to dry. Your house will smell super clean for the three days while the towel is drying completely- yes, it takes three days and you must make sure it dries completely! After the towel dries you just throw it in your dryer along with clothes and use it as a dryer sheet for 40-50 loads before soaking again.

Super dryer sheet = old washcloth + liquid fabric softener (soak and let dry completely)....good for 40+ loads of laundry!

Adding a clean dry towel to your wet clothes while drying helps them dry super fast. I've used this method for awhile now and it totally works!

A towel rack that dries and disinfects towels - Dry Clean – Towel Dryer by puredesign

Wash no more than three large towels at a time with 1 1/2 cups of white vinegar in HOT water. Run the load again with 1/2 cup of baking soda, also in hot water. Dry them until they are completely dry. Not just hot, but dry. Do not use fabric softener.

Travel tip. Sew a few stitches on a towel and keep your toiletries dry.

Who knew? Putting a dry towel in dryer with wet load with reduce drying time and lower energy bill. Will have to try.