6 Dryer Sheet Uses

Hey Lovebugs!
Everybody uses dryer sheets for drying clothes but did you know they can provide other uses, here are 6 other uses that are a must try now.

1. Dusting:
used dryer sheets can knock the dust off nearly any surface, including furniture, blinds, car interiors, baseboards/molding.

2. Keep bugs away:
Tuck some in your picnic basket or under lawn furniture to repel bees from your juicy flesh and encourage them back to the flowers, where they belong. You can also rub a sheet directly on your bare skin.

3. In your shoes:
Toss a dryer sheet in the toes of your shoes to minimize odors and prolong the just-purchased smell.

4. Kitchen:
Soak cookware with burnt or baked-on food in warm water, with a dryer sheet or two. Makes clean-up easier than you’d expect. Also works on cook tops and dingy cabinet doors.

5. Clean paint brushes:
Soak your used paintbrushes in warm water with a dryer sheet, and that pesky latex paint will come off in under a minute.

6. Vacuum cleaner:
Place a dryer sheet in your vacuum bag or dust containment unit. As the hot air moves as you vacuum, you’ll bulk up your cleaning efforts. (Make sure this is NO fire hazard)