Saving Money with Dryer Sheets
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So far, I’ve shared my thoughts about the Arm & Hammer Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets as well as a tip for keeping your linens “just from the laundry” fresh.
Today I wanted to share one of my favorite money saving tips! Did you know that if you cut your dryer sheets in half, they will still do the same job as a full sheet? I’ve been doing this for years. I keep a pair of scissors in the laundry room. Sometimes I will sit down and cup up the whole box when I open it, other times I will just cut a small stack at a time. It’s just a great little tip to cut costs in your household budget.
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Church & Dwight Co., Inc. the maker of Arm & Hammer branded products, who is compensating me to try different products. But is not paying me for a positive review. The opinions are 120% my own. Save $1.00 on and 2 Arm & Hammer Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets. And be sure to head over to The Switch & Save Challenge for the chance to win $25,000
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