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    • #265855

      If you run out… you can use aluminum foil instead.

      And if you have a stockpile of dryer sheets…. you can use them in your hamper/laundry baskets to help deodarize. You can also use dryer sheets to help with frizzy hair! 😀 I’m serious, it works!

    • #402478

      I use sponges soaked in softener, so that I can reuse them over and over. But I dont’ think that I have ever heard of aluminum foil before. Wouldn’t it get hot and fall to pieces in the dryer. I know that it’s made to handle heat, but I was thinking that being thrown around with the clothes would make it fall apart or something.

    • #402481

      When I seen this post it clicked that somewhere I had read this same information that you could use foil in your dryer. Now I am trying to rack my brain to figure out where I saw it so I can determine if it was a reliable source or not.

    • #402484

      What does the dryer do?? Thats sounds like finger nails on a chalk board…..

    • #402485

      The foil does something to prevent the static electricity buildup it doesn’t hurt your dryer and it doesn’t crumble up or break up.

    • #402487

      Do you know if it makes those “scratching” sounds??

    • #402488

      I don’t think it does-not like metal buttons or zippers on some clothes.

    • #402491

      Kewl, I dont know if I could handle that…thanks Kim!!

    • #402738

      Lynn you had me shutter with that thought–I haven’t heard of this before.

    • #402858

      @starsinnight 89246 wrote:

      If you run out… you can use aluminum foil instead.

      You can also use dryer sheets to help with frizzy hair! 😀 I’m serious, it works!

      This does work. I have ran dryer sheets over my hair to help w/static if i have ran out of conditioner.

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