DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets

DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets
DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets

Get ready to save money and to make a positive impact on the environment. This how to for DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets is a great way to watch your bank account and to go green. Not having to buy dryer sheets every month will keep your wallet full from month to month. Employing the use of reusable dryer sheets means less waste coming out of your house, which is something that all of us could work harder to accomplish. Reusable dryer sheets provide a healthy, energy efficient, and economical option to boxed dryer sheets. So what are you waiting for?

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


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Laundry doesn't have to be an expensive chore. You can find ways to save some coins everyday and this is one of them. Once you've made your first batch you'll never look back again. The fact that this tutorial helps you reuse and also gets rid of static is a plus.

Oh boy I hit the jack pot. I was thinking about making my own everything because I do not want chemicals in my things. I want to control what I put on my body and that means my clothes too and also reducing waste from landfills and these dryer sheets can be reused over and over. I am into essential oils 100% natural so that is what I am adding to mine. Just a few drops goes a long way and can be used for health related smells.

What an environmentally friendly idea! I do wonder if you can make them with different scents though.

I don't know about you, but I'm always running out of dryer sheets. This is a great idea and it's so cute! It's great for the environment and economical. Awesome!

My daughter made this and brought me a jar of the DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets and I love them. They do stop the static cling and I did notice a slight vinegar smell but it goes away with the drying. I like the idea that these are reusable and I'm not adding to the garbage pile up. After I use one, I just put it back into the jar and it will be ready for the next load when needed. I have nothing but good thoughts with is DIY idea! Now that I have the recipe, I'll be making my own reusable dryer sheets. Thank you so much for sharing this free idea.

This is such a great idea! I love that it's so doable! All the ingredients are cheap and easy to get. I even found reusable wipes at the dollar store! That was a great find, because I was worried that it would be expensive to get. I love using these! They actually do work! We haven't had a problem at all using them. Thank you so much for posting this!

I really love this idea! I have torn my store bought sheets in half in order to make the box of sheets go further, but this is a much better idea. Since you can also make your own fabric softener, it's an even greater savings, plus you can create a fragrance you like!

I love re-usable anything! So this is such a cool idea! I wonder if you could make this different scents?

I love this idea! I've never made my own laundry detergent but this has inspired me to do so as well. It looks like a great way to save money and it's good for the environment!


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