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Top Ten Uses for Used Dryer Sheets
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Hello, insulation replacement
Apply a little spit and you have a generic wet wipe.
Bring them to school as proof that "the dog ate my homework."
1. Sew two of them into a pouch (3sides) 2. Stuff with dryer lint 3. Sew 4th side shut. 4. Repeat and sew together 5. = Quilt.
Put them in the fridge crisper, to give everything that "garden fresh" scent.
Give Barbie's Ken some street cred with a funky do-rag.
Sew them into your workshirts and forget about the high price of deoderant.
Low calorie substitute for pop tarts
Add a little ducttape and KAPOW! -- slippersocks!
Bait for your Snuggles the Bear trap
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