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  • dMarie LS

    Who knew? Wad up some aluminum foil and throw it in the dryer. No need for dryer sheets, and it gets off the static even better! I wonder if this will work since my DIY fabric softener isn't helping with static cling.

  • Diane Ryan

    Bye Bye Static Cling - aluminum foil. Tried it and it works!!

  • 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!

  • Christine Walker

    Who knew? Wad up some aluminum foil and throw it in the dryer. No need for dryer sheets, and it gets off the static even better! Hope it works!

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