Love it when you can use common household items for more than one use! These days a lot of things are very expensive, and if you can find more than one way to use something it makes it a little more valuable!

Drying sheets aren't meant for washing anymore, you can use them to clean, remove static, freshen air, shoes, drawers, books, shine showers, windows, chrome and more !

1. Fresh shoes

Many people ask, "Do drying sheets absorb odors?" The answer is yes, they do! They can absorb moisture, too.

The reason this is so useful is that you can get rid of unpleasant shoe odors (and other odors) by placing a drying sheet in the soles of your shoes and leaving them overnight. This is super easy and I love doing it for my athletic kids! Their athletic shoes can have a bad smell and that helps a lot.

2. Deep cleaning of toilets
The softener in the dryer sheets helps soften stubborn bath rings. Plus the paper helps gently scratch the rest of the ring. 

3. Stem bugs
Place drier sheets in corners of rooms, on rafters, or anywhere you tend to see spider webs. &, you can put some in your picnic basket or under garden furniture to drive bees out of your juicy flesh and encourage them back to the flowers, where they belong. You can even rub a sheet directly on your bare skin to discourage potential insects (such as mosquitoes) from leaving their mark with the insect repellent properties of the sheets.

4. Duster
Dust cleaning: used for drying papers

Dusting with dryer sheets works great! You can use blotting paper to grab dust from electronics, ceiling fans, or window blinds. It's disposable, it will leave your produce smelling great, and the papers are soft enough not to scratch your screens.

5. Iron Cleaner
Set the iron to low heat and "sear" the ironing board until the bottom of the iron is clean.

6. theme saver
Run a needle and thread through a dryer sheet to avoid threads getting tangled while sewing.

7. Scrub the soiled pots
This is one of my favorite hacks for cleaning dirty pots and pans. Just place a drying sheet at the bottom of the pan and let it soak in water overnight. 

8. Get rid of soap scum

Drying sheets help you get rid of soap scum on the bathroom door. Just swipe one over the door. Sprinkle a few drops of water on a plate of fabric softener and rub it in.

9. Echo sports bags
Simply placing a drying sheet in your gym bag to ingest odors and keep your pursuit equipment smelling fresh. Creep one into your kids' gym bag ! Believe me, it will keep your car and home smelling better.

10. Elimination of static
Just rub a dryer sheet on hair or clothing to get rid of annoying static electricity. This is my favourite! It ever works.11. Fresh air
Fresh air: used for drying leaves

Place (or tape) a drying sheet over your vents to smell the air in your home. Make sure to buy scented drying papers!

12. All-purpose deodorant
Dispose of store-bought air fresheners and keep your home smelling nice by storing dryer sheets anywhere you want to absorb odors. I love to keep them inside my closets or pantry!

13. Clean glass
Get rid of smudges and dust off windows or glasses by rubbing them with dryer sheets (in the case of glasses, just make sure they're not plastic).

14. Pet hair removal
Wipe a drying sheet over carpets, furniture, clothing, or anywhere pet hair accumulates. The hair is pulled onto the sheet and can be removed easily.

15. Scrub bugs from your car
Scrub insects from your car: used for dryer sheets

Summer trips often equal bug entrails all over your car and windshield. All you have to do is wet your car and use a blotting paper to remove the dirt. You'll be surprised how easy it is to show up.

16. rodent repellent
Use dryer sheets to keep mice, skunks, squirrels, rats away, and more from basements, garages, boats, campgrounds, and clubs. Just hide them around windows, vents, or wherever you notice rodents and they'll stay away.

17. As a craftsmanship
Drying papers can add texture to cards, scrapbooks, etc. Plus they are great for reinforcement in applied work and quilting.

18. Chrome cleaning

Help remove water spots from chrome faucets by rubbing them with a dryer sheet. 

19. Keep trash cans fresh
Cover the bottom of trash cans with recycled dryer sheets, it will help absorb moisture and odors when you switch bags.

20. For fluffy bags
Keep those fluffy odors away, putting used dryer sheets in a diaper bag, & roll one in nappy to stop odors before you have to get rid of them.

21. Paintbrush Cleaner
Soak utilize paintbrushes in cozy water with a drie sheet, & hard-to-cleanly latex paint will fade in less than a minn .

22. Bathroom Freshener
Renovate your bathroom: use for dried sheets

Roll a drying paper into a toilet paper roll. As the roll spins, it releases a little freshness into your bathroom. No air fresheners or sprays needed, this cheap fix will keep your bathroom smelling fresh.

23. Making dryer sheets other longer
Cutting individual sheets in half and utilize each 2, quadrupling your assest .

24. Use as a drawer bag
Put a few new clothes between the folded clothes for a clean scent.

25. Remove the smell of the old book
Prevent bookshelves from smelling bad, just put a drying paper between the pages and you will do.