Fresh and Clean: 5 Surprising Uses for Bounce Sheets

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Not only do they keep your clothes soft and fresh smelling, but bounce sheets are a resourceful person’s best friend. While we would hesitate to call their uses endless, it’s a close call. Think about these 5 uses the next time you pick up a pack of…

Bounce Sheets

  • Repel mosquitoes. Are you torn between smelling like bug spray and being covered in bug bites? Mosquitoes are a real problem in MN so we’ve given a lot of thought to staying bite-free. If you tie a Bounce sheet to your belt loop or stick it in your pocket, it will keep mosquitoes at bay.
  • Eliminate static electricity. Whether it’s making your clothes cling to your legs, tangling thread, or compromising your TV screen, static electricity is quite the annoyance. Run a sheet over any of these items and it will solve your problem. You can also run one across venetian blinds to wipe away dust and prevent it from coming back.
  • Clean tiny particles. Although Swiffer dusters have gained popularity, they’re not the only way to keep your house clean. If you have pets, particularly cats, you know how hard it is to keep their fur off your surfaces. Wipe the area with a Bounce sheet, which will attract hairs thanks to their microscopic barbs. You can also wipe down your workshop and clean up sawdust.
  • Deodorize shoes. Do you worry about taking your shoes off in front of people because they, well, stink? This is exactly where Bounce’s great smell can be put to use. Stick a sheet in your shoes overnight and it will eliminate the smell. You can also keep a dryer sheet in your shoes as you wear them. They’re so thin that you won’t feel a thing.
  • Eliminate odors. Speaking of odors, dozens of places can gather a less than pleasant smell. Think about how your car smells after your kid’s sports practice, a trip to the dog park, or if you forgot your lunch in it overnight. Stick a dryer sheet under the driver’s seat and it will be good as new. You can also stick one in your closet or at the bottom of your laundry basket to keep your clothes smelling even fresher.
We can’t wait to keep mosquitoes away at our next barbeque! Or maybe we’ll take care of our work boots first (they do get a lot of use). Which of these uses surprised you the most? Feature Image: