Who doesn’t love to save a few dollars? I know we do, especially when you are trying to live as healthy as you can and things add up quickly. That is when we discovered this tip to making fabric softener sheets by making it last longer. Way longer! Interested? Well here is our super easy tip on how to make fabric softener sheets but getting the same quality of softening to your laundry! I mean, who can beat cheap and healthy?
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Why Do I Need Fabric Softener Sheets?
These fabric softener sheets make your fabrics softer and they reduce static cling in your clothes.
Are Fabric Softener Sheets Bad For You?
We think natural is better so we like to use a natural plant-based product, so we get the liquid plant-based organic fabric softener for our laundry. This method makes it much more economic to use the product that we need to live more healthy.
What You Need To Make Fabric Softener Sheets
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DIY Fabric Softener Sheets
- 2-3 Containers of Organic Fabric Softener
- Several inexpensive sponges (cut in 4 pieces.)
- 2 bottles of water for every bottle of softener
- Household sponges
- 5-gallon bucket with a lid
- something to stir it with
Pour the contents of the softener bottles into a 5 -gallon bucket. You can buy these at your home improvement store or get them free at places like SAM's Club and Walmart in the bakery if you ask nicely.
Then fill your empty fabric softener bottles with water and pour it into the bucket with the softener. For every bottle of softener, you add 2 bottles full of water.
Now take the package of sponges (mine had three in the package and cut into 4 pieces with a pair of scissors. Throw your sponges into the bucket and leave to absorb the mixture.
When you are ready to put your load of clothes in the dryer, open your bucket, reach in and grab a single sponge, wring out the sponge and throw in just like you would a dryer sheet.
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