Homemade Dryer Sheets With Tea Tree Oil

I’m so excited to share this simple recipe with you! I love keeping my laundry soft and smelling good, and with this recipe, I can change the scent any time I want. On top of that, these dryer sheets will be easy on the wallet, unlike the store bought ones. Here’s the recipe I found on the PopSugar website:

  • 1/2 cup of vinegar
  • 8 drops tea tree or other essential oil
  • Sealable container
  • Cotton cloths

Sarah did a great job with lots of pictures for those who are more visual. Go to her article here to read the directions.

0 Replies to “Homemade Dryer Sheets With Tea Tree Oil”

  1. O….m….g….thank you for this idea! I keep forgetting to look up recommendations for home made dryer sheets! LOVE THIS!

  2. Jennifer, it depends on what you use: some cloths are thicker, while others are thinner, and it also depends on how big your pieces are. Just add as many as the liquid will soak.

  3. Gayle, the ones you see in the image were from the dollar store. you can use any cotton material: old tee-shirts, old pajamas or bed sheets, or, just buy something new: just make sure they are 100% cotton

  4. I use white vinegar in the washing machine, but it does not control static. I am just curious the difference of using it in the dryer. Also have any of you experienced oily stains on your clothes from the essential oils? Have not tried this yet, but hoping to soon.

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