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  • Vicky M

    Bye bye static cling - aluminum foil ball

  • Heather Speach

    Aluminum Foil in the dryer to prevent static cling (instead of dryer sheets), reuse the foil for numerous loads of laundry.

  • Teresa Dedman

    Wad up some aluminum foil and throw it in the dryer. No need for dryer sheets, and it gets off the static even better! Also just put a safety pin or straight on insde your pants or skirt to prevent static while wearings stockings

  • Tammy Brock

    Not tried this but do use dryer balls. NO MORE FABRIC SOFTENER OR DRYER SHEETS!

  • Barbara Taylor

    Do you find that even after using dryer sheets, your clothes are STILL full of static cling?? Throw in a rolled up ball of aluminum foil and see the difference!! (You can use the same ball over and over again too) Ditch the dryer sheet and the static cling! For people who are allergic to fabric softener perfumes, or just want a cheaper way to get rid of static cling-use balled up tin foil! :)

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Make a loose ball of foil in the dryer instead of softener.

  • Karen Drew

    might get aluminum poisoning - leads to Alzheimers

  • D ski

    Thank you Karen Drew. I have never heard of that but will certainly do some research. Thanks again! :)

No More Static Cling! Crumple Up A Piece Of Aluminum Foil Put It In The Dryer

get rid of static cling with aluminum foil! One piece lasts 6 months! I just tried this on a load of fleece pullovers and nylon workout clothes - no static at all! This is my new go to instead of dryer sheets!

Aluminum foil ball - put this in the dryer with your clothes to keep the static off of them! Super cheap and easy!

Good to know (especially in my house, girls with long hair = lots of clogged drains).

  • Tina Smith Conley

    This really does work!!! I had to do it twice but it worked like a charm!! I'll never buy drain cleaner again.

DIY :: A Chinese blogger has taken a tennis ball, simply cut it open and added eyes to give it a little personality (almost like Pac-Man) and to make it useful around the house.

Cheap way to get rid of static cling. I will have to try this!

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How to get grease out of clothing after drying. Dry baking soda then oxy stain remover, then wash again.

Why yes, i have wondered this before...Which glue should I use? This is fab!

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.