There's been a few new laundry helpers hitting the market lately and what's most intriguing about them isn't just a new smell for an old favorite, they've been reinventing the way laundry is done. The latest, a stick on fabric softener bar. Will it yield less waste or more packaging? Either way we're excited about not having dryer sheets roaming about our laundry room. Details after the jump...
Bounce is soon to release a stick on fabric softener (with bars lasting 2-4 months) that attaches right inside your dryer door. As wet clothes graze across it's surface, small bits of fabric softener are released and "make your clothes soft and static free."
Normally with this type of product, we're able to google some sort of first hand use or a review, no matter how small. But not this time. It's locked down tight and we came up empty handed for a review, flickr photo, youtube video or facebook mention.
Although we love the idea of not having dryer sheets running around our laundry room, this isn't friendly to those who are toting their laundry to the laundromat, using shared facilities or aren't into the effects fabric softener has on their clothes in the first place.
What are your thoughts on doing away with fabric softener sheets or liquid all together? Good idea? Bad idea? Or you'll just keep on using white vinegar the way you always do?