Used dryer sheets can knock the dust off nearly any surface, including furniture, blinds, car interiors, baseboards/molding.
Tuck some in your picnic basket or under lawn furniture to repel bees.
Tuck a few fabric-sheets in your drawers to keep that ‘just-washed’ smell.
Throw one in your dirty clothes hamper to prevent any rampant, residual odors from escaping into your bedroom.
Pat your self with a sheet to combat static on your clothes, stockings, and even long hair!
When you finish drying a load, hold on to the dryer sheet, and wipe down the inside of your dryer’s drum, your lint trap, the outside of your washing machine and dryer, and scrub away any excess or spilt laundry detergent.
Simply wet your car down, and use a dryer sheet to scrub away carnage with ease.
The cling of a dryer sheet is perfect to wipe up pet hair from your furniture, or even your own hair from your bathroom.
Toss a dryer sheet in the toes of your shoes to minimize odors and prolong the just-purchased smell.
Place a few dryer sheets in between items in your suitcase to keep both your clothes fresh and to prevent your items from picking up any mustiness from old luggage.
Use dryer sheets to add texture to cards, scrapbooks, etc.
Keep your used dryer sheets in your diaper bag, and roll one up in the diaper to prevent odors before you have to chance to throw it away.
Soak cookware with burnt or baked-on food in warm water, with a dryer sheet or two.
Soak your used paintbrushes in warm water with a dryer sheet, and that pesky latex paint will come off in under a minute.
Roll up a dryer sheet in your toilet paper roll.
Use a dryer sheet to store your needles while threaded to keep them from tangling, for paper piecing whilst you quilt, and for backing for embroidery.
Use dryer sheets to keep out mice, skunks, squirrels, rats, etc.
Stash dryer sheets under your car seats and floor mats, and in your glove box and trunk for fresh scents as you travel.
Place a dryer sheet in your vacuum bag or dust containment unit.
Tuck dryer sheets in your rarely used items such as luggage, camping gear, sports equipment, or specialty craft or kitchen items to prevent the inevitable smells of basements, attics, and garages.
Take crayon off walls!
Clean out a tar-like substance from sink.
Use a dryer sheet on your brush.
They work wonderful to clean the bottom of a sticky iron. Just a little water on the dryer sheet to make it damp, and use it to clean the bottom of the iron.