Static Eliminator (2 per box) Reusable Chemical-free Dryer Sheets

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Chemical-free dryer sheets

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The first time you use these incredibly effective reusable, chemical-free dryer sheets you'll notice a difference in your laundry. Unlike disposable dryer sheets you throw away after every load, Static Eliminator can be used up to 100 times — saving money and eliminating waste. What's more, these hypoallergenic sheets are ideal for allergy sufferers because they're free of the harmful chemicals — three of which appear on the EPA's Hazardous Waste List — used in conventional brands. Works wonders at removing pet fur from laundry. Guaranteed to never spot or stain. 2 per box. 12"L x 7½"W. Canada.

Static Eliminator™ Features:
  • Chemical-free
  • Eliminate static
  • Soften fabric
  • Reduce lint
  • Work at any heat setting
  • Leave no residue
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Care: Wash them in the washing machine every three months.

How They Work: The weave of the fabric gives them their static fighting power. Carbon fibers, which absorb static electricity, are woven within the fabric. This is a mechanical process; no chemicals are used. 12"L x 7&.5"W; .5 lb in packaging

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 1 out of 5 by Doesn't work I was really hoping these would work, I love the idea!  I am confused how other people's reviews say they work.  I had nothing but static!  I used them for 2 weeks, probably about 15 loads.  The box said they could take up to 3 loads to start working.  I want to return them but return shipping is almost half as much as they cost.  Such a bummer! January 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dissapointed Great idea and I was excited so bought a box for me and a box for my mom. Unfortunately they just don't work. 2 come in 1 box and I started using both together when one didn't seem to do anything. My clothes cling to each other and I get shocked while folding the laundry. Don't waste your money. January 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent value This is the second time I've bought these. Happy to see they are made in Canada, not China. October 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product I love this product. While it does not get rid of ALL static (there are a few synthetic fabrics that NOTHING seems to work on) it really really works! It's great to be able to avoid all those chemical products and have safe clean laundry. Also, It's much easier on your clothes than those balls with the nubs that break down the fabric and shorten the life of your clothes. August 25, 2011
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I always use both.
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Yes, for best results, use both Static Eliminator sheets per one dryer load as stated on the on the package directions. Your clothes/linens come out wonderfully soft. As long as I take my clothes out of the dryer immediately, I have found no need for ironing. This is a vast improvent to what I was doing before: using 1/3 of a Bounce Free fabric softener sheet. With the Static Eliminators, I have the same or better drying results, no fabric softener sheet stains on my things, and no chemicals! Hooray!!! This is everything I imagined for my dryer, clothes, and linens and I am very grateful and completely satisfied.
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I use two per load and I usually do two loads of laundry per day.
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You use both sheets per load.
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Yes - you absolutely can, and both still work great. I've been using the sheets with the dryer balls for several years, and I've only been pleased with both.
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Yes. I use mine with dryer balls and have great results especially with heavier loads.
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I use these with dryer balls from another company without any problem
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Don't see why not. They are basically just fabric - nothing to harm. You really only need one or the other though.
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Yes, I do it all the time. Sheets control static and dryer balls fluff.
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I have both in there and they seem to work happily together.
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Yes these can be used together.
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I've developed a sensitivity to it and must eliminate all products with it from my life. The product descriptions do not contain ingredients.
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The Static Eliminator package shows this product is 99% Polyester, 1% Nylon-Patent Pending.
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This product is made of knitted polyester, and does not contain any other additives or chemicals.
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No. Static Eliminators (per the package) are 99% Polyester, 1% Nylon-Patent Pending. Their website is very informative. An easy internet search for "Static Eliminator" will yield the results for this canadian company.
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None. They're just cotton with 1% nylon. Pure and simple.
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The static eliminator sheets are made of a woven fabric that contains no wax or paraffin.
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The Static Eliminator packaging does a good job of giving maintenance instructions, it does not state when the product would no longer be effective. I have only been using mine for just over a month and I am very pleased with the results. My guess is that clothes and linens will no longer feel soft and may have some static when Static Eliminators lose their effectiveness. Static Eliminators are supposed to be effective for approx. 500 dryer loads. If this helps, 2 loads/week = 104 loads/year, so the product would be good for somewhere between 4-5yrs.
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The material wears out over time, so the only way to tell if they are worn out is if they have stopped working.
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