Use Dryer Sheets for Embroidery

Dryer sheets are great for many things, after they have been used in the dryer. You can place the used sheets in the bottom of waste containers to keep them fresh; you could place them into your kids sneakers and they'll be fresher for the next use. You could also use them for facing when sewing embroidery items onto clothes, or anything that you might need to strengthen the stitch. Just cut away what is not needed after you are done sewing. They can also be used to freshen up the laundry or hampers between washing times.

There are still so many more uses, let your imagination go wild instead of using them once and throwing them away. A new April Fresh Downey or other types of your choice are great to stash in the linen closet or items that have to be stored away for a season. They are always fresh when you go to use them the next season too. You can even use them for small spills too.

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When cleaning, think of multiple purposes for each item you use and you will end up saving money too.

By Cecilia from Wilmington, DE

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