Fabric softener comes in all colors and fragrances. But did you know it has all sorts of money saving household uses?
Around the House: Remove Soap Scum and Hard Water Stains - Apply a small amount to the area to be cleaned and let it sit for about 10 min. Then wipe again. It removes spots on faucets and stainless sinks, too.
Save on Dryer Sheets - Put a teaspoon on a clean cloth and toss in the dryer.
Clean off Baked On Mess - Apply to area, let sit for an hour if really baked in, then scrub it away. *I had a baked on spot that has been on my new range for months and I tried everything to remove it and decided I had to just live with it--tried the softener trick and it's like new now!
During a Renovation: Keep Paint Brushes Soft - After you clean your paintbrushes after a project, rinse them in water with a drop of fabric softener and then dry them and this will keep your bristles soft for the next time.
Remove Wallpaper - Mix a cap full of softener with a quart of water and apply to the wall (If waterproof paper, use a wire brush on the paper first). Apply the mixture on the wall with a sponge and let it sit for about 20 minutes and the paper should peel much easier!
Keep Hard Surfaces More Dust Free - Mix one fourth a cup of softener with a cup of water in a squirt bottle. Spray a clean cloth with the solution and wipe, then buff with another cloth. This will repel dust and help keep things sparkling! *try on glass shower doors to repel water spots.
See what other uses you can come up with that might save you even more time and money!