Make ironing easier, reduce static cling and soften clothes with fragrant Fluffy Tumble Dryer Sheets.
During the wet, cold winter months with less sunshine hours my tumble dryer always gets a bit of a work out. My family seem to go through more clothes and towels than a family of 12 would so it is important that I keep on top of the washing, I always resent having to use the dryer as it leaves the clothes feeling and smelling bad the majority of the time. I started using these tumble dryer sheets this year to see if I could get rid of the nasty musty smell when drying clothes.
You simply put a sheet in the dryer when drying a load of washing and the sheet does the rest. The clothes come out smelling as good as they did when they went in they don't develop any musty odour. The sheets themselves have a floral scent and that does add to the smell of the washing too so you get fresh smellign laundry everytime.
The bit I like is I can dry a load of towels and they don't come out all stiff and dry. These sheets keep them conditioned in the way line drying does. There is nothing worse than drying yourself on a hard stiff towel so a product that can prevent this happening is a friend of mine.
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