Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 35
Rated 5 out of 5 by Legs bought these years ago
and then when they were on sale, bought another set. They are great as an alternative in the dryer. I put them in with tennis balls or now Gaiam sells non-plastic dryer balls and my clothes have no lint or cat hair! Buy them - you will love them.
September 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gardengirl2 These work!
We're on our 2nd set of these sheets and have been using them for years. We live in a very dry climate. These reusable sheets control static very well and keep our dryer vents clear of residue.
August 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by csrussian53 The Best "Dryer Sheets" Ever!!
I've been using these dryer "towels" for about 10 years and I love them. I live alone, so I don't do loads of laundry every week. Therefore, they last much longer than they would for a family...this is my third purchase, and even if I had not bought them on sale this time, they pay for themselves in the first few months. They work so well - my clothes are soft and static-free, even in the coldest weather. They are easy to use and to care for - wash them with a load of clothes then put them in the dryer to use as dryer sheets!! I highly recommend these to everyone!! We can all do something good for the Earth for a change by using Gaiam's products - let's do it!!
August 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by bekkers Miraculous
Living in ultra-dry Colorado, static has been a big problem--until these found their way into our dryer. Love them. Only wish they lasted longer. Never use them with stuff that has velcro!
July 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleChi Four years of static free happiness!
I originally bought these and the Dryer Balls four years ago. I could not be happier with the combination! I came to order replacements, and decided to share how fabulous these are!
These are perfect alone for delicates, but for most clothing (and especially all the heavy stuff) the dryer balls are a blessing!
These little sheets simply live in the dryer. That way they are always where we need them! Anytime we start noticing static in the dryer, we throw these back into the washer.
When washing synthetic fibers, they do not eliminate quite all of the static. In these cases, I simply set the dryer for "not quite dry" and pull out the synthetics to finish air drying over a chair, before drying the rest of the load.
November 21, 2013