New-ish from Method: dryer sheets in Nectarine Blossom. "are your clothes getting too clingy? we hate when that happens, too. take control with our new dryer sheets. made from 100% compostable paper, our planet-friendly dryer sheets reduce static and soften your fabrics. plus, they make clothes smell delightful. triple win." $5 for 80 at Target, where they've also got the matching laundry detergent.
I like the packaging but I only use unscented. That said, I also use wool dryer balls, one of which I’ve injected with vanilla perfume in 14 different spots.
I do that too! Mostly on my bed linens, not really my clothes. I’ve never found a commercial dryer sheet that doesn’t overly reek. I do like Method products for cleaning my house and I think folks who use dryer sheets would like these. Method does have better scents then most, and they’re a good price.
I usually refresh the 1 ball that has it every 6-8 weeks (if I remember). I can see linens being the perfect thing to use the scented balls on!
I am afraid to use wool dryer balls because we do get clothing moths. But I have no idea if it matters.
Are you thinking that the scent would attract moth? It is actually quite subtle. I’ve also only ever used vanilla and most of it is alcohol anyway.
I’m thinking even minute amounts of wool fiber might transfer to other clothing and make the problem worse? I keep all my wool clothing in ziploc bags, and in general I buy as little wool / cashmere as possible. They do eat other materials but those are the clear favorites.
My wool dryer balls have similar spots where I’ve sprayed them with perfume. When you say “inject,” do you mean literally, with a syringe? Because if so, I am bowing down to you over here.
Oh no, they’re the no pain injection: get the nozzle right on the surface of the ball and press it – voila – no mess.
Nice, what a lovely idea! I’ll do it someday if the fiance is, uh, gone for a while, I guess?
You have to give up a ball as you would not want to mix it with other scents.
I’ve liked their other cleaning products! Might give them a try.
I do too, we use lots of their stuff.