ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets Recap + Giveaway

By Shannon Gosney
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October 10, 2011
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I have been using  the ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets in Lavender & Linen for the past month and I LOVE them!  I love it when my clothes come out of the dryer smelling clean and fresh and ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets do the job beautifully.  Plus, I only  have to use one dryer sheet for each load, saving me money as I do laundry.

I love the fact that the ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets in Lavender & Linen soften laundry with the use of naturally derived softeners.  Plus, a high five from Mother Nature because they are made with biodegradable softening agents.  I highly recommend you add the Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets to your laundry and get a feel for the world of difference it makes to your clothes and other laundered items!  I highly recommend the ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets to everyone out there who does laundry!

As one of 20 bloggers working with ARM & HAMMER , I have had the opportunity to take part and learn more about the Switch & Save Challenge. If you are looking for ways to Switch and Save, you definitely want to check out this site!

ABOUT ARM & HAMMER ESSENTIALS FABRIC SOFTENER SHEETS

With ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets, you’ll experience softer, fresher laundry at a fraction of the cost.  The Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets delivers softening and static removal at a fraction of the cost of other dryer sheets.  The Fabric Softener Sheets soften through the power of nature, with naturally derived softeners.  Plus, they are made with biodegradable softening agents.  You can purchase the ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets in stores, retailing for $4.99 each.

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This is a sponsored post for Church & Dwight Co., Inc., the maker of ARM & HAMMER branded products, who is paying me to try different products.  Save $1.00 on ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets.  And then head over to The Switch & Save Challenge to keep up with all of the bloggers and enter to win $25,000.

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of RedheadMom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

558 Responses to “ARM & HAMMER Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets Recap + Giveaway”

  1. Mami2jcn says:

    I dry my clothes on low heat so they won’t shrink!

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  6. Jessie C. says:

    I use expandable floor dryer rack

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  11. Wanda M says:

    Hang dry your good clothes, they will look new longer from no dryer wear.
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  16. sandra says:

    i air dry our swim gear so that they last longer

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  22. Amanda Starr says:

    First I usually do an extra spin in the wash to get out as much water as and can, I also have two Miracle II Laundry Dryer Balls I always keep in the dryer and a medium hand towel that I throw in each load, cuts drying time in half

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  26. noelle says:

    I dry them and then take them out while they are still nice and warm 🙂

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  31. Jackie says:

    When I wash clothes that may shrink or wrinkle when drying, I dry them on a hanger in the bathroom (haning from the Shower curtain rod).
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  35. hollowsins says:

    I dry everything on the energy saver settings and don’t dry very lightweight items at all,I hang them (silky pjs or undies etc)

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  39. debbie says:

    Make sure to check your dryer vents often. They can get lint built up in them, and cause fires.
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  43. nan says:

    use fabric softener so the clothes don’t static cling
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  46. Joanna Price says:

    I use a tie hanger / organizer to hang dry my bras, sports bras, tank tops, etc.

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  51. Pat says:

    I line dry my clothes outside. Since I live i California pin-clothing outdoors year round is not a chore. Saves money and the laundry smells wonderful.

  52. Barbara M says:

    I’m make sure to not over dry my clothes – the more the dryer time, the harder it is on your clothes.
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  58. andrea dimario says:

    i try to air dry them on a clothes line

  59. clarissa says:

    if you are drying towels or cloth diapers, throw a dry towel in with them and they will dry faster

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  64. sherri crawford says:

    dont try to dry one thing- it will take forever- throw a towel in there with it

  65. Elena says:

    I air dry my clothes to save energy and make them smell fresh

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  70. Noreen says:

    Shake your clothes as you place in dryer and they dry faster than if clumped together

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  72. Kimberly Schotz says:

    Tear the dryer sheets in half
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  76. amber says:

    to dry them faster i throw in a dry towel which helps absorb moisture during the cycle

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  80. Mari says:

    My tip is dry clothes outside during the summer to save on energy costs.

  81. Julianna says:

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  87. Rebecca Graham says:

    Clothes can be partially dried in the dryer and then hung on the clothesline.

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  89. Cynthia C says:

    If you forget to get the clothes out of the dryer and they are wrinkled, throw in a clean damp towel or washcloth and run the dryer for 10 or 15 minutes. The wrinkles will relax and you can fold them then.

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  93. Tari Lawson says:

    I shake out my clothes before putting them in the dryer to cut down on wrinkling.

  94. Margaret Smith says:

    I find that by not putting in too much clothing at one time, the clothes dry faster and doesn’t wrinkle.
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  99. Valerie Mabrey says:

    Spin them twice in washer it makes dryer work less
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  104. Tarah says:

    I make sure I shake out the clothes as I put them in the dryer so they don’t lay funny when they do dry.

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  108. Amber says:

    I like to air dry jeans or anything that might shrink in the dryer!

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  113. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I like using the arm and hammer fabric softener, it smells great.

  114. Mary Calabrese says:

    I dry as many as I can on drying racks. That way I save on energy.

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  116. Julie W says:

    If you just need to dry one thing in the dryer, throw a dry towel in along with it.

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  121. Lori H says:

    I double up on dryer sheets when I’m drying towels. I like them super soft and fluffy

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  124. Gina says:

    I dry clothes on a drying rack. I hate when they shrink.

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  126. Shilo Beedy says:

    I try to make sure none of the clothes like socks are not wadded up in a ball so they dry easier

  127. Monique Rizzo says:

    Take them out right when they are done so they dont wrinkle. Saves ironing time.
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  128. Pauline M says:

    I really don’t do much with out clothes, but I do hang them to dry when the weather allows (I have a contraption on my deck that works great!) and when it’s not warm, they dry in the laundry room on hangers. The only things that go in my dryer are jeans and towels.

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  130. Kristy says:

    My tip: make sure your clothes are COMPLETELY dry before you cram them back into the closet/drawers. Otherwise… things could get funky.

  131. Samantha Ball says:

    I hang up my clothes outside on the line.

  132. Amanda S says:

    My trick for drying clothes- I always take them out a little early to fold. When they are barely damp, it helps keep from getting wrinkled. The heat in the basket helps to keep them neat too!

  133. Nina McClain says:

    I just throw them all in the dryer and hope they dry within the time i bought. lol

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  138. Katharina says:

    The best tip I have for drying clothes is to always keep the lint tray clear and the vents free of lint, too. It not only is a safety issue, but dries clothes a lot faster as well.
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  143. patricia says:

    I give clothes an extra spin to get more water out before putting them in the dryer.

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  146. Linda Lansford says:

    tip I have for drying clothes is never overdry them

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  149. J. Ryan says:

    I like using two dryer sheets for extra fluff and freshness…

  150. Laura Collins says:

    I hang my clothes for 15 – 30 minutes to cut down on drying time.

  151. Suzanne K says:

    I make my own laundry detergent and one of the ingredients is Arm & Hammer Washing Soda. It serves as a fabric softener also. I line dry my clothes, unless I’ve got to have something dry super quick. Saves energy, money and wear and tear on clothes.

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  154. Patrice says:

    I tear dryer sheets in half and still get the benefits of softened clothes with the half sheet, and don’t have to buy them so often.

  155. Katharine says:

    My tip is to use the dryer done signal on the dryer so you can get the clothes out right away, if they sit too long they will be a wrinkled mess

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  157. Carol says:

    Shake out the wrinkles before you put wet clothes in the dryer. Stick used dryer sheets in stinky shoes!

  158. Amanda Mclemore says:

    I always throw in a dry towel:)

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  159. Kiara says:

    I always dry clothes outside during the summer.
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  160. Elizabeth says:

    Drying your whites on your (dry!) lawn will make them look brighter.

  161. Theron Willis says:

    To save electricity, I hang and air dry my clothes. This is my best alternative to electric driers.

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  163. Pat says:

    I like to dry clothes on a line outside because they smell so good when I bring them into the house.

  164. Jimmy says:

    I like to shake the clothes out before putting them in the dryer so they dry evenly.

  165. Geoff K says:

    I like to avoid using the dryer if I can, so I use a movable rack, place it near a heat source (like a furnace or stove), and turn on the dehumidifier to speed up the process even more. I still like the clothes to smell good, so sometimes I’ll put them in the dryer with a sheet or two for 5-10 minutes and then finish the job on the rack. Thanks!

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  170. Donna L says:

    I pull out my clothes from the dryer before it stop to minimize wrinkles.

  171. Linda says:

    I like to hang my clothes outside, I love the fresh smell

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  173. Janna Johnson says:

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  174. sustahl says:

    Using tennis balls in the dryer will help keep coats and pillows fluffy

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  176. Julie D. says:

    I don’t put my bras in the dryer because I think it warps them/wears them out more quickly.

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  180. Douglas Houston says:

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  182. renee walters says:

    I follow you on GFC, subscribe to your email and like you on Facebook! I would love to win this! I throw them in the dryer with a bounce sheet. Sorry, I don’t have a good trick. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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  183. Heather S says:

    Don’t let them completely dry or they will wrinkle, take them out a little early so they look crisp

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  185. Sandy Brown says:

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  187. Claire says:

    I prefer hanging my clothes out to dry, but usually end up just popping them in the dryer with a dryer sheet.

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    My tip for drying my clothes… is to not overload the dryer! Haha!

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  191. Lim says:

    Set a timer so you remember when the dryer is going to be done. Fold clothes immediately. They will be less wrinkled.

  192. Susan Ladd says:

    I dry my good clothes inside hung dry them and them my other clothes I dry in the dryer and make sure I take them right out of the dryer and fold them or hung them up. Like on FB and thanks for the great sweep. Hope to win 🙂

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  194. Jennifer S says:

    Use dryer balls to reduce drying time and make the clothes fluffier.

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  198. Ashley says:

    We use dryer balls which helps things dry faster, especially bigger loads like towels or sheets!

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  199. Rebecca Orr says:

    I not only use fabric softener, but I also use a dryer sheet. If I am line drying I make sure to do it early in the morning, that way the morning son dries them slowly. If I dry them in the afternoon sun it dries them too quickly and they become stiff. Thanks for the chance. bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

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  209. Denise B. says:

    I shake out each piece of clothing to prevent wrinkling in the dryer. I also wash and dry shirts with decals inside out to prevent wearing of the decal.

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  212. Jessica says:

    I just started using dryer balls. It dries clothes faster and makes towels fluffier

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  217. Tabathia B says:

    I like to hang my delicates to dry and I usually only dry big piles in order to conserve energy and utilities
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  223. Sassy says:

    I read somewhere that if you put a dry towel in with your load, it cuts down on the time it takes for drying. I hvae been doing that for a year now and I must admit that it seems to work pretty well.

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  228. Lucy Schwartz says:

    I use Liqiud fabric softener but the dryer sheets sound better. One tip learned many years ago never leave clothes in the dryer on hot humid days. Happens once you learn very quickly.

  229. mrsshukra says:

    I hang dry and then put some in the dryer for 2 – 3 minutes just to spin and remove wrinkles.

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  233. Amanda says:

    We have a clothesline right outside the dryer/washer room. Instead of wasting water if it’s a nice, warm day, we hang them up outside.
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  234. Debbie C says:

    Don’t use fabric softener on towels. It cuts down on their absorption abilities.

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  236. Cindy M says:

    Forgot you were out of fabric softener? Cut down on Static cling by adding 1 quart white vinegar to final rinse cycle, and to the dryer, add a wet washcloth with a few drops of essential oil essence- I prefer mint. Dry on Medium or low heat

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  240. joni says:

    After washing sneakers, put shoes in a pillow case with a couple towels to eliminate the banging noise in the dryer.

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  242. ferriz says:

    dont forget they are in there and let them sit. they will wrinkle.

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  245. crystle tellerday says:

    use a clothes line

  246. Jeff says:

    Tip:

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  251. Sarah says:

    I try them in the morning in the winter time so when I put them on they will add a boost to keeping warm.

  252. Erica C. says:

    I like to hang sheets and towels up when it’s nice because they normally take the longest to dry in the dryer.

  253. kjasus says:

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  254. Caryn S says:

    Cut the fabric sheet in half to save money. It will work just as well

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  256. beth shepherd says:

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  257. Bonnie P says:

    If you have lotion or hair conditioner, that you will not use; put a tablespoon size amount on a old wash cloth. Throw in your dryer with wet clothes. It will soften the load. Also always shake out wet clothes, before putting in dryer
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  260. James Murphy says:

    I prefer a clothesline, but living in an apt where I have to go to a Laundromat stinks. My advice, use dryer sheets for towels and sweaters at the very least!!!

  261. Jean Lynd says:

    Always spin your clothes out in the washer as high as you can, b/c it eliminates dryer time & wear.

  262. alycep says:

    One tip is to not overload the dryer-it takes much longer and clothes get wrinkled. Do 2 smaller loads.

  263. Amy S says:

    I try to not put too many clothes in the dryer at once, and pull them out as soon as the dryer shuts off to avoid wrinkles.

  264. I use dryer balls to keep my clothes separated in the dryer. That way they don’t get stuck together with static!

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  272. Jessica Cote says:

    Make sure the lint trap is clean! It will keep your clothes from taking longer to dry!

  273. Crystal S. says:

    Well one tip is I just throw in what I’m going to wear in the dryer with a damp washcloth for a few minutes to get the wrinkles out. I hate ironing and this does the job pretty good!
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  276. daniel healey says:

    I love hanging my clothes outside on the line.

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  280. P Anderson says:

    If your dryer is used a great deal, try and co-ordinate the timing so that loads quickly follow each other – this is a bit like warm starting a car and takes advantage of left over heat in the dryer.

  281. Claire says:

    My only advice is don’t hang dry your knits – it stretches them out!

  282. Jill L says:

    In the winter, we have a coal stove going. I just hang my clothes up on the railing near by and they dry very quickly.

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  287. Missy Lynnh says:

    I dry some of our clothes- like jeans- around the house. Everything else gets dried on low. Even the medium setting on our dryer is way too hot.

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  292. Angela Cisco says:

    If you tear a dryer sheet in half, you’ll never know the difference.

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  295. Deb S says:

    I dry shirts and jeans for only 20 minutes then air dry the rest of the way.

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  297. Rebecca Peters says:

    I just throw them in..
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  300. Jennifer C says:

    I don’t dry on the hottest setting, in hopes of saving a little electricity. In summer, I take them out slightly damp and spread around the room to finish drying.

  301. Jammie says:

    I really dont have many trips for drying just make sure to fold once they are done. sweepmorey at gmail dot com

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  307. Cynthia R says:

    read labels, many things need to be hang or laid flat dry. I usually hang dry my jeans, thinks it makes them last longer

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  309. Kayla says:

    Cut fabric softener sheets in half to make a box last longer.

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  312. julieh says:

    My tip is to clean the lint trap before every load.

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  316. Carolyn Daley says:

    Tip: Do not leave your clothes sitting in the dryer long after it buzzes because your clothes may get wrinkled.

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  319. Kate S says:

    If you have clothes that you don’t want to shrink, gentle cycle then dry flat. Doesn’t shrink!

  320. Brittney House says:

    When i only have a couple things to dry I usually just set them outside to avoid wasting energy.

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  323. Deanna G. says:

    I like to dry my clothes partially in the dryer, then air dry them the rest of the way.

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  328. sweeter the berry says:

    I set it to fluff or air dry to keep from shrinking clothes

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  333. Lynda E says:

    Shake everything out so it’s not tangled before you put it in the dryer – makes for a shorter drying time.

  334. Sheila K. says:

    I put a tennis ball in the dryer to keep the clothes from clumping together!

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  338. MaryT says:

    I take them out as soon as they dry to avoid wrinkles. Thanks!

  339. tracey byram says:

    I always shake the wrinkles out of my clothing before putting it into the dryer.

  340. Sarah says:

    I use the permanent press setting and hang them up before they are completely dry.

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  343. Susan Smith says:

    I let my clothes air dry if it’s a nice day.

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  347. Lyndsey R. says:

    I air dry half way and then put in the dryer for the rest so it uses less energy and makes my clothes smell even better.

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  348. Happi Shopr says:

    I use dryer balls to make it faster

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  351. melissa Resnick says:

    tennis balls in dryer a must

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  353. Kimberly Townsend says:

    I like to dry my good clothes for about 5-10 minutes and then hang them up so they won’t wrinkle bad and won’t ruin the clothes from the dryer!

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  356. Tara says:

    Always remember to empty your lint trap!

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  360. Tiffany Hoyt says:

    My tip is to never trust a dryer to work, leave enough time for them to air dry.

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  365. Mary Ann says:

    Utilize that shower door——makes a great place to dry fragile things

  366. Desiree Dunbar says:

    One tip is I always dry them on medium heat, unless they are delicates.

  367. carol y l says:

    I put them in the dryer for a few minutes to get the wrinkles out and then hang to dry.
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  372. kathy pease says:

    I like to line dry my clothes to save on the light bill

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  377. momznite says:

    I think they come out better if I don’t let them dry all the way, but pull them out and hang them.
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  385. Diana says:

    Use a drying rack 🙂

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  389. Kim Smith says:

    I remove clothes as soon as they are dry to keep them from coming our wrinkled.

  390. brian e. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…we usually give them an extra spin cycle to get out more moisture before putting them in the dryer.

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  394. Zacherly Sheets says:

    I keep the heat setting low and let it run a little longer so the clothes are good and fresh and the heat doesn’t beat them up.

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  399. Lisa L says:

    I dont dry them all the way since my clothes tend to get wrinkled. I pull out the pants and shirts and let them air dry

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  404. crystal l allen says:

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  408. Jennifer J says:

    I don’t wash or dry too many clothes at a time. They dry much faster that way.

  409. Barbara Long says:

    My tip for drying clothes is to not dry 100% cotton items that aren’t pre-shrunk unless you want them to shrink.

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  410. Roxann says:

    Make sure to get the clothes into the dryer as soon as possible because they will smell bad if you don’t dry them right away.

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  415. R Hicks says:

    I don’t have any unique tips, but I suggest removing them PROMPTLY to prevent wrinkles

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  416. Chase says:

    Use the dryer.

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  422. Sand says:

    Check the filter before starting the dryer.

  423. Veronica Garrett says:

    You can save by drying your clothes outside on a line.

  424. Sarah L says:

    I put a couple of drops of lavender essential oil on a washcloth in the dryer.
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  428. Lily Kwan says:

    One tip I have for drying clothes is to line dry them and then put them in the dryer briefly to make them soft.

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