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    reusable dryer sheet

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    I bought these Chartreuse Reusable Dryer Sheets and LOVE them!

    I didn't use them till we got our new dryer so that there wouldn't be any chemical build up to contend with. They don't leave that chemically soft feeling and towels feel like they have been dried on the line. It does leave static in some of the fabrics that are simply more prone but you just shake them out and its no big deal. I wish I had these back when my youngest was born, back then I was so worried that even the build up in the dryer would affect the flame retardant in his clothes even when I didn't use dryer sheets in his loads
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    Wow i just clicked on the link and it works for 500 loads! Thats awesome! Good find!
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    I HATE the feeling of things that have been dried on the line...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily89 View Post
    I HATE the feeling of things that have been dried on the line...
    they are not as crunchy as things that are line dried but they dont have that chemical softness
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    So my dog is allergic to laundry detergent. We have to use the free and clear stuff for everything or he gets a nasty chemical burn and blisters. Is this perfume and dye free?
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    Thanks for sharing definitely going to try them out
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    yes they are completely chemical free. I think I found them cheaper on either drugstore.com or Amazon not to long ago (of course this was after I bought mine.)

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