Just finished up these giant static window clings for Burger King. We design these to fit on 4 separate windows and have the artwork span all across each one. These are going to make quite an impact. #tacothursday
I dropped the ball…
. ...I ran out of dryer sheets and had no time to run to the store. Thank the good Lord for the interwebs and life hackers all over. I found this crazy hack and gave it a go. It was my only other choice that would be ready in no time and required minimal supplies. .
BE HOLD the aluminum ball which has the magic power to not only fluff your clothes, but also keep them static free. I know, CRAZY right?!! Well, it worked and I totally recommend it. Yes there is science to it and if you want to learn more, look that shiz up, but for now, here’s another reason to love your aluminum foil and balls 😜.
What you’ll need.
2 or more square sheets of aluminum foil per load, scrunched into balls.
Toss in the dryer with your wet laundry and viola!.
#staticcling #nostatic #dryersheets #momhacks #droppedtheball #singlemamalife #polishmom #MAMASTRONG
Happy Independence Day to all you Jamaicans
Congratulation on your 56th birthday.
Do you know? Jamaica has the highest number of churches per capita of any country in the world.
Demonstrate your pride in the land of your birth with a Magnetic, Permanent adhesive or Static Cling
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Dryer sheets are one of THE most toxic things that the average person uses. Sure, they smell good and all, and make your clothes FEEL soft and decrease static... But at what cost??
It’s CRAZY how bad they are for you. The synthetic fragrance is just one of the culprits.
I’m making better choices for my family by staying far, far away from those endocrine disrupters!!! One way is with my laundry. I add white distilled vinegar as my fabric softener, and use wool dryer balls in the dryer. BUT sometimes I like my clothes to have a nice clean scent to them...
ENTER: Seelings Baby Wipes! Yep!! That’s right. Not only cleans a baby’s butt, can be used as a makeup remover, freshening wipes, AND dryer sheets!!! I’m sure there are more uses... anyone want to chime in with how YOU use Seedlings Wipes?
Everyone was so focused on #BevBighead
in yesterday's #doodle
, and I've had this #MovieMashUp
in my head for a long time, so here ya go.
. Bev is always flirting with ol' Rocko and this is where my head went.
Flip left to see where my #Doodleodeon
skills were 3 years ago. Progress, baby!
And the fact I got to be part of the Rocko "Static Cling" crew will forever be special to me.
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Have you switched from using toxic dryer sheets yet? 🤔
I love using my dryer balls + being able to add my oils to them! ❤ I actually use a spray with mine, rather than adding drops each time, I spray them each a couple times and pop them in the dryer. 😘
Interested in making your own dryer balls? Here are some super simple instructions to do so! 😊
(Taken from the DoTerra blog! 😉)
What You Need:
~100 percent wool yarn or other 100 percent animal yarn
Upcycling Idea: Reuse pantyhose with runs in them
Take the end of the yarn and wrap it around your middle and index finger 10 times. Remove it from the fingers and wrap 2–3 times around the middle (it should look like a bow). This will be the start of your ball. Continue tightly wrapping the yarn around the start, working toward making a round shape. Once your ball is roughly the size of a tennis ball, cut the yarn and tuck the ends into the sides of the ball. Repeat this process until you have created four or more balls of yarn. Cut one leg off of the pantyhose. Place one ball into the bottom of the leg and tie a knot right above the ball to secure it in place. Repeat until all the balls have been added and secured. Once the balls are tightly secured in the pantyhose, put them in the washer (can be with a load of dirty laundry) and wash on the hottest setting. This will allow the yarn to felt. Felting will make the yarn fuse together, resulting in a solid ball. Once washed, dry the balls thoroughly in the dryer at the highest heat setting. After the balls are completely dry, remove them from the pantyhose and they’re ready for use! Before drying your next load of laundry, add your favorite doTERRA essential oil to 4–6 dryer balls, toss them in the dryer, and enjoy the soft, fluffy, wonderful-smelling fruits of your labor.
*2–3 drops of essential oil per ball should last a few loads. Add more drops if you would like a stronger scent.
Fun Laundry Tips:
~Crumple up aluminum foil into a ball and toss it in the dryer with the wet laundry to get rid of static cling.
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