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Old 02-27-2006, 01:42 PM
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I reuse dryer sheets!!!
This one is actually very good, if you are not too much of a cheapskate to not buy them in the first place. Dryer sheets have much more life in them than just one-time use!
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Rhonda's mom used to wash out Ziploc baggies and reuse them.
My stepmom does that. I think she even washes/reuses aluminum foil too.
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I use to have a boss that would take to paper towel that she used to dry her hands and hang it up to dry so that she could use it later.
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This one is actually very good, if you are not too much of a cheapskate to not buy them in the first place. Dryer sheets have much more life in them than just one-time use!
When the dryer sheet is completely used up for your dryer, use it to dust your tv screen, computer screen, etc. Of course, I'm on my 'puter too often to give it a chance to get dusty.
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Old 02-27-2006, 08:39 PM
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When the dryer sheet is completely used up for your dryer, use it to dust your tv screen, computer screen, etc. Of course, I'm on my 'puter too often to give it a chance to get dusty.
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I rub my hands with the dryer sheets to keep the packing peanuts in all my online bargains from sticking to me.
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I rub my hands with the dryer sheets to keep the packing peanuts in all my online bargains from sticking to me.
lol...That's awesome! I didn't even think of that!

My kids' hair always gets staticky in my car, wonder if I could rub sheets on them.
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Rub those sheets over anything that gets "staticky".
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lol...That's awesome! I didn't even think of that!

My kids' hair always gets staticky in my car, wonder if I could rub sheets on them.
The weather here has been so dry, static is a major problem. Every time I open my car door, I get shocked. I've now developed a habit of using my elbow or shoulder to close the car door. speechless

Hey Lindsey, you know they sell that "Static Guard" stuff for laundry at the grocery store. You should get some, spray it on a hairbrush, then bush your kids' hair. :P
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Old 02-27-2006, 08:48 PM
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I rub my hands with the dryer sheets to keep the packing peanuts in all my online bargains from sticking to me.
Never thought of that but love the idea. Those peanuts stick all over you and are such a pain to get off. Gotta try this.
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