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    • Dangerous Dryer Sheets by Liora Leah  13 y
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        • Re: Dangerous Dryer Sheets   by  Liora Leah     13 y     1,132
          Subject:   Re: Dangerous Dryer Sheets
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          Date:   3/29/2008 5:38:05 PM   ( 13 y ago )
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          Here's the paragraph: "...And you can soften clothes yourself at home or at the Laundromat with natural alternatives. While you're washing, try adding baking soda during the wash cycle or white vinegar during the rinse cycle..."

          The purpose of the baking soda or vinegar is not to reduce static cling, but to soften the clothes. Vinegar works by disolving residuals of soap in your clothes during the RINSE cycle; baking soda works by making your laundry detergent more efficient and helping it to disolve in water during the WASH cycle. Both reduce the amount of detergent that gets left in your clothes, so the clothes feel softer after they've been dried. Both can be used rather than toxic fabric softeners.

          As for getting out static cling, which seems to be the problem you are describing, I don't know of any nontoxic product that does that. The purpose of the article is to let readers know that there are alternatives to using toxic laundry products, and in some cases, like static cling where there are no nontoxic alternatives, you just have to learn to live with.

          What's so bad about static cling? Does it really hurt to have to pull some of your clothes apart after they've been in the dryer? Personally, I'd rather put up with static cling than poison myself by using dryer sheets.

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