Other uses for dryer sheets
PESTS. Readers have confirmed that dryer sheets will repel both spiders and flies. Keep a few extra sheets in clothes hampers and around the laundry area, and you can kiss all those spiders goodbye.
TISSUE ROLL. Roll up a dryer sheet and stuff it inside the paper roll. Each time you spin it releases a little freshness into your bathroom.
BLINDS. Wipe down your blinds with a dryer sheet to prevent static electricity and keep dust from collecting.
LUGGAGE. Slip a dryer sheet into your suitcases while they are in storage, and they won’t smell musty when you take them out to use.
RODENTS. Place dryer sheets in drawers and near entrances and exits in your camper when it is not being used. They will keep rodents from coming inside.
VACUUM. Place a used dryer sheet in the bag of your vacuum. Sweep your house, and once you’re done the air will smell as fresh as your clothes.
SCISSORS. If your scissors or kitchen shears are not cutting as smoothly as you would like, it’s no problem. Cut through several layers of a dryer sheet a few times and they’ll cut easily again.
ROAD TAR. Get the car wet, then use a dryer sheet to wipe away all the bugs and road tar. It’s easier and faster than most expensive bug and tar removers.
SHOES. Pop a sheet into each of your less-than-freshsmelling sneakers, sandals or boots, then place them in a plastic bag. Tie it closed. In the morning your shoes will smell so much better.
FAUCETS. Used dryer sheets make great cloths for quick shine-ups in the bathroom and kitchen. Just use one on each of your chrome faucets, and enjoy the sparkle.
STATIC CLING. Stop static cling on clothes, or tame your flyaway hairs, by rubbing a sheet over the problem area.