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Bounce Beyond the Dryer | Alternative Uses for Bounce Dryer Sheets | Review and Giveaway

June 27, 2012 by  
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Company: Bounce
Item Reviewed: None at this time
Item Given Away: Year’s Supply of Bounce Dryer Sheets
Start Date: June 29
End Date: July 14

I have always been the type of person that looks at a product and tries to see more than one use for it. From way back as far as I can remember I have done that and have been happy with alternate ways of using things (within reason), like using scented dryer sheets in my clothes drawers to keep my things smelling fresh. Bounce Dryer Sheets are good for that, but there are other uses for them, check out the list below:

Suggested Alternative Uses for Bounce Dryer Sheets:

  • Keep a Bounce sheet in the cabinet with your towels for freshness each time you pull out a towel.
  • Help make your trash can smell better by placing a Bounce sheet at the bottom between the bag and bin.
  • Roll up a Bounce sheet and place it in the middle of the toilet paper roll to help keep things smelling fresh around the toilet.

These are just a few of the great things you can do with Bounce Dryer Sheets. I am definitely going to start using on in the trash can for that great Bounce freshness. Another way I keep my house fresh is by lighting candles and placing them throughout my house.

Tell me the most clever way that you freshen your home in the comments section and you’ll be entered to win a year’s supply of Bounce dryer sheets.

I am working on a project about Bounce Dryer Sheets with One2One Network. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.


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99 Responses to “Bounce Beyond the Dryer | Alternative Uses for Bounce Dryer Sheets | Review and Giveaway”
  1. jessica marinaccio says:

    I put them in the drawers with my clothes – i stick them in shoes EVERYWHERE

  2. Harmony B says:

    I put dryer sheets in the bottom of the garbage cans

  3. jaelma says:

    I use dryer sheets to keep our stored luggage fresh. When we take it out it is not stale and musty

  4. jaelma says:

    I use dryer sheets to keep our stored luggage fresh. When we take it out it is not stale and musty

  5. Stacey B says:

    Most clever way I freshen my home is with my Scentsy warmer.

  6. Gina M Maddox says:

    I use them in my dresser drawers to freshen up the clothing. Thanks for the chance to win!
    gina.m.maddox (AT) gmail (DOT) com

  7. Jenny says:

    I use candles and sprays. I always use Bounce and will definitely try the above tips to keep my house fresh :)

  8. Tabathia B says:

    i use glade plug ins

  9. Jennifer Marie says:

    candles :)

  10. DEBIJOT says:

    I open up all the windows for a day

  11. Carolyn Ann Colley (Griffith, Smith) says:

    I use frebreeze most of the time
    blog post:
    thanks for the giveaway

  12. Kristi says:

    I use Scentsy warmers, yankee candles, carpet fresh, sprays & I have sprinkled carpet fresh in the garbage cans I just love a clean house that smells great and that’s a great idea to put a few bounce sheets in the garbage cans..will have to try it. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  13. Angela says:

    Lol! What do I not use them for is the real question..hehehe!! I use them for everything. In my drawers, under my couch cushions and luggage just to name a few :)

  14. Debbie R says:

    I put them in the the mailbox. My mail lady told me they keep the spiders away.

  15. Elena says:

    I use Yankee candles to refresh my home

  16. Janice Cooper says:

    I use glade plug-ins and incense to keep the home smelling fresh.

  17. LaTanya says:

    I use scensty warmers and scent circles

  18. Christine W says:

    I use used dryer sheets to dust with…works very well! Thanks for the chance!!!

  19. D Schmidt says:

    I use Bounce dryer sheets to keep my bins smelling fresh.

  20. Ju P. says:

    I place dryer sheets in our dresser drawers to keep our clothes smelling fresh.

  21. ellen says:

    I use Bounce dryer sheets to dust with (after they have been used in the dryer) they still smell nice and it gives them another use- then they go out to the compost pile!

  22. HappyMomC says:

    I use candles and keep windows open for fresh air.

  23. elven johnson says:

    I use room sprays.

  24. Laura Jacobson says:

    I attach a bounce dryer sheet to my furnace filter!

  25. Mary Happymommy says:

    I put dryer sheets in the sock drawers!

  26. Jessica T. says:

    I use dryer sheets to wipe the baseboards of my hardwood floors.

  27. *°•ƸӜƷ Louis ƸӜƷ•°* says:

    I use scented candles
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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  28. lana says:

    I put them on my mattress

  29. Wanda McHenry says:

    I simmer water with a little vinegar to remove household odors and that eliminates odors. Then as everyone else burn a candle or have a room air freshener.

    (I’m not sure if my other post went through, it went to an error page)

  30. anash says:

    i put essential oils on light bulbs to burn the scent! Thanks for a super giveaway!

  31. Samantha D says:

    I have put them in my shoes before and will sometimes put them in my car somewhere so it smells fresh, rather than buy air fresheners.

  32. Jean says:

    I use candles too, and I find them so nice compared to electricity. :-)

  33. Cheryl Free says:

    I use lots of candles and potpourri to freshen our home :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  34. Amanda says:

    Baking Soda, works on almost everything! Almost.

  35. Tiffany W says:


  36. Della Dabner says:

    I love putting those unstoppables in a spray bottle with water. The smell is amazing and long lasting

  37. Elaine Lund says:

    I freshen my home by opening the windows and using Febreeze

  38. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I use Bounce sheets inside my handbags when I store them away. They always smell so fresh the next time I use them–feels almost like a new purse.

  39. LaTanya says:

    I use scensty warmers

  40. felecia says:

    I use candles and fresh flowers. I also open my windows sometimes.

  41. Ally says:

    I put a used dryer sheet in the bottom of the trash can before I put a fresh plastic sack in it. Makes everything smell nice.

  42. Renee Richardson says:

    I love using candles and incense. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  43. Tina M says:

    I use them in my dresser drawers

  44. Donna George says:

    Sprinkle baking soda in the litter box after to change it. Keeps the odors away a little longer

  45. Amanda Hoffman says:

    use febreze on almost everything and use dryer sheets to dust with

  46. jennifer holt says:

    Hang dryer sheets in front of air filters

  47. abitnerdy says:

    I run them over the couch to freshen up my home (i use it in my car as well hehe)

  48. Kellie Rose Wilson says:

    bounce dryer sheets on the heating vents..smells awesome!

  49. There is nothing better than clean crisp mountain country air and the best way to freshen my house is to open the windows and put the fans on high and have the air whirling through the house. The orange blossoms outside the window smell great this time of year :) It’s 71 degrees this morning in Maine and the house is cool and refreshing~!

  50. courtney b says:

    scentsy! works great!

  51. Jill H. says:

    I use a steam cleaner with a some lemon juice in the water

  52. Kris says:

    I dab some essential oil on hand towels in the bathroom before guests arrive.

  53. Yona says:

    Candles and air fresheners.

  54. Stefani says:

    I open all the doors and windows and turn on the fan to bring in the outside air.

  55. Karin says:

    Not clever — but just open the windows or use fragrant candles.

  56. Ashley Hatten says:

    scentsy warmer!! i love mine!

  57. Ellie W says:

    I put dryer sheets between the winter comforters when I store them away in summer.

  58. Birdie Skolfield says:

    I use lemons & oranges to freshen my home I clean with them & cut fresh one & put in bowls in all my rooms

  59. amy pugmire says:

    we usually use scentsy or we put lemons down the disposal

  60. Whitney L. says:

    We open the windows and turn on the attic fan! We also keep dryer sheets in our closets!

  61. I place a container with baking soda under the kitchen and bathroom sinks to help with musty smells.

  62. Pam L. says:

    we love scented candles

  63. Deb K says:

    I have plug in’s with different scents all over.

  64. meredith says:

    when i pack up non-seasonal specific clothes i put drier sheets in the boxes

  65. Cynthia R says:

    use candles and air freshener sprays

  66. Stacey B says:

    subbed via rss google reader – stacey0711n(at)gmail(dot)com

  67. Teresa Young says:

    I freshen my home with Scentry warmers & PartyLite candles.

  68. Anne N. says:

    I like to use candles.

  69. VJ M. says:

    I sometimes bake apples with cinnamon in the oven just to make the place smell nice, lol! It’s a win-win!

  70. lala r says:

    i use it to clean my window blinds

  71. Sue King says:

    I freshen my house by opening the windows and cleaning.

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