We love pleasant smells, but it seems like mice do not! And luckily they don’t because you can use scented dryer sheets to rid your home of those nasty (albeit cute) little rodents. Simply lay these sheets into those little mice homes and watch them head for the hills.
This method is totally harmless and only acts as a deterrent for those pesky mice who sneakily visit your home. They’ll pick up the chemicals and simply refuse to stick around.
A Pleasant Drive
Dangly little air fresheners in your car are nice, but for a more powerful effect, you might want to insert some dryer sheets into your air vents for stronger bursts of sweet smells.
The dryer sheets also actually last much longer than your average car fresheners. Granted, it may resemble fresh-smelling clothes, but who doesn't love that?
Friends for Your Feet
We've all been in that very uncomfortable position where we've stepped into someone's home, taken off our shoes, and noticed nostrils twitching. Yep, we're talking about the horrible moment when you realize how smelly your shoes are!
Don't worry, it doesn't say anything bad about you, it's very common. Dryer sheets help you avoid those situations by absorbing all that sweat while simultaneously making your shoes smell nice! And you don't have to do anything, just simply wear those shoes.
Air vents need a moment to breathe if you catch our drift. These forgotten spots are often left to collect endless amounts of dust. It would be good to clean them up once in a while. And dryer sheets can do just that. Just put them in the vents!
You'll have lovely fresh and scented air coming out of your vents, all completely void of dust! What a dream.
Sewing is one of the greatest hobbies you could probably take up. It's both creative and practical as you can add fun new pieces to your wardrobe with little skill. Want to start learning? Get yourself some dryer sheets and start going at it.
Dryer sheets are probably the best fabric to learn on because it's both thin and not at all slippery. You can practice your stitches and move the needle about easily. Who knew these things had so many uses?