To add freshness and softness and reduce static cling, simply add a dryer sheet to your cleaned laundry in the dryer. For most loads, one sheet is sufficient; for large loads, two may be needed. Then, start the drying cycle and discard the used dryer sheet when cycle completes.
What are the benefits of using a dryer sheet?
Dryer sheets have numerous benefits, including softening, fighting pesky static cling, and adding a delightful Downy scent.
What's the difference between a fabric conditioner and a dryer sheet?
Both provide fabrics with scent and softness and fight static; however, dryer sheets are heat activated in the dryer, whereas liquid fabric softeners are more easily infused in the wash. Additionally, fabric conditioners reduce wrinkles, provide for easy ironing, and protect from stretching, fading, and fuzz that occur in both the wash and dry processes.
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