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Make Your Own Fabric Softening Sheets

Here's a cool way to ditch the waste producing disposable dryer sheets: Take your favourite liquid fabric softener and soak an old hand towel or flour cloth completely with it. Wring it out and let it dry completely, then throw it in with your next load. This mega-fabric softener sheet should be goo...
Tori-Lynn Carson
Tori-Lynn Carson • 3 years ago

Take your favourite liquid fabric softener and soak an old hand towel or flour cloth completely with it. Wring it out and let it dry completely, then throw it in with your next load. This mega-fabric softener sheet should be good for at least 40 loads of laundry, stretching out softener use and lessening waste.

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