Dryer Sheet for Tub Cleaner

Use dryer sheets to scrub the tub. Wet the tub down, and use an already used dryer sheet. For tough rings, you can use an unused sheet. It works so good.


Source: Killed a bug in the tub, and had dryer sheet in hand. I realized how good it worked.

By sherry

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September 24, 20110 found this helpful

I don't use dryer sheets to scrub my tub because they wouldn't hold up to the scrubbing I do. Scouring powder and hard scrubbing shreds them. Instead as my wash cloths or dish cloths get too old or stained to be used for their purpose, they get moved to a bag I keep for "cleaning cloths". These cloths are much more durable for scrubbing and since they've already paid for themselves with their original use, then they are basically "free".

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September 25, 20110 found this helpful

To: Cricketnc

Try it without scouring powder. There is something in the dryer sheet that cleans everything! I wet a sheet, rub the inside of my microwave. Stuck on food is gone. Burnt stuck on food in a pan or pot.


Soak over night with a dryer sheet. Gone! Grease and splatters on the back splash behind the stove, works there too. I don't use other cleaners much anymore.

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