Good Morning... I hope you had a fabulous weekend
I thought I would share with you another weekend project.
Homemade Dryer Sheets
I very seldom buy dryer sheets because I have always thought they were just a waste of money. Sometimes I would buy some fabric softener, but not very often.
But then I came across this idea and thought I would give a try.
What do you think about never spending money on dryer sheets....saving about $60 to $70 a year on those scented expensive sheets.
How about making your own and using them forever....sounds prettty great to me.
So I started with some flannel material I had...I wanted the fabric strips to be easy to see in the dryer.
Then I cut my fabric into strips that were long enough to fit into a diaper wipe box and sewed them up.
The liquid softener I am using is Seventh Generation Fabric Softener. This product has become a favorite in my home when it comes to cleaning. I love it!!
Seventh Generation is environmentally safe, non-toxic and very safe to use in your home.
First step is..
Pouring some of the fabric softener into the baby wipe container...place your flannel strips into the box and let soak for 10 minutes
Second step is..
Take them out and hang them to dry in your laundry room. These are official dryer sheets homemade
Third step is
When your ready to dry your clothes just stick them into the dryer. The nice thing about this idea is you can use that same cloth many times without soaking it. After a few times through the dryer then stick them back into the softener and let soak..just repeat the steps over.
If you have any great home remedies or a great tip...PLEASE share with us. I would love to go green even more, so lets here your ideas.