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    Not only is this laundry solution seriously smart, it is also awesomely eco-friendly. For only pennies, you'll have dryer sheets that can be used over and over and over again. What makes these dryer sheets better than their store-bought counterparts is
    November 1, 2015
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    • Jennifer Weare

      You'll save so much money with homemade dryer sheets! #eco Id love to try this! #goinggreen #nontoxic #dryersheets

    • Elizabeth Davis

      1/2 cup of vinegar 8 drops tea tree or other essential oil Sealabe container Cotton cloths You'll save so much money with homemade dryer sheets! #eco

    • Rene Emme

      Homemade Dryer Sheets. Now I am excited to try this. 1/2 c. vinegar 8 drops of tea tree or other essential oil Sealable container Cotton cloths. Remove one for use. Squeeze access liquid into jar and pop in the dryer. Vinegar is a natural softener. When dry place back in jar for use later.

    • Laura Greaves

      Homemade Dryer Sheets 1/2 c vinegar+8 drops tee tree oil or other essential oil. Dampen cotton cloths.

    • Jennifer Dempsey

      Homemade Dryer Sheets! 1/2 cup of vinegar, 8 drops tea tree/essential oil. Cut cotton cloths into smaller sections. I used inexpensive dish towels. Mix vinegar and essential oil in a small bowl. Vinegar is a natural softener, and the essential oil gives your clothes a gentle, natural scent. Pour the mixture over the cloths until they are damp. Keep in a closed container. To use, simply remove a sheet from the container, squeezing any excess liquid back into the jar, and toss into the dryer.

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