I decided today that I am tired of buying dryer sheets, they seem to go so fast and they are so expensive. I got online to find instructions to make homemade dryer sheets, I had heard of someone that used them and I guess they work great and they save so much money!
Take an old wash cloth and soak it in liquid fabric softener.
Soak it for a couple hours, then wring out.
Hang up to dry completely.
Once it's dry just add it to your dryer load as you would a regular dryer sheet.
You can get as many as 25 loads out of one "soaking." If the cloth gets gross just toss it in with a laundry load. With this method, one bottle of liquid fabric softener will generally last over a year, maybe even two. Dryer sheets roughly cost 7 or 8 dollars for 120 sheets which comes to $.06 a load. This method works out to be about $.01 or $.02 per load. I hope this works out!