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GrabGreen Stoneworks™ Dryer Sheets Birch Branch -- 80 Sheets

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GrabGreen Stoneworks™ Dryer Sheets Birch Branch -- 80 Sheets

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GrabGreen Stoneworks™ Dryer Sheets Birch Branch Description

  • More than 97% Naturally-Derived Ingredients
  • Free of Wax, Animal Fat & Dyes
  • Softens Fabrics
  • Reduces Static-Cling
  • Reduces Wrinkles
  • Freshens Clothing

Birch Branch

Warm & Earthy


crafted with essential oils patchouli, & vetiver


Softens Fabrics | Reduces Static-Cling

Reduces Wrinkles | Softens Naturally


80 Compostable Sheets


Stoneworks Birch Branch stems from the satisfaction we receive when we drop the hum and buzz of everyday life and seek out the textures and simplicities of Mother Nature. This hand-crafted scent is warm & earthy, and is meant to bring a little more perspective to your everyday activities.


Perfectly Pairs, Load for Load, with Birch Branch Laundry Detergent


On the Outside

Earthy-hued packaging constructed from 100% recycled paper. The boxes feature hand-drawn illustrations and are finished with touches of metallic accents. Package design clearly states what the product does & how to use it; the ingredients are listed in full, along with each ingredient's purpose.


On the Inside

80 compostable sheets that naturally soften and reduce static cling on clothing and linens.


Small/Medium Loads - 1/2 sheet | Large/X-Tra Large Loads - 1 Sheet


» to reduce risk of blocking dryer vents, pull sheet apart at perforation.

» toss into dryer with wet clothing; begin cycle

» compost used dryer sheet


For Best Results, Do Not Over-Dry Clothes! A medium heat setting is suggested to maintain fabric softeners & static-reducing benefits, along with extending the longevity of clothing & preventing shrinkage.

Free Of
Wax, animal-derivatives and dyes.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Fatty acids (softens/reduces static-cling), di-(palmcarboxyethyl) hydroxyethyl methylammonium methyl sulfates (softens/reduces static cling).
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Staticy Hair? These 9 Tips Will Tame the Winter Frizz

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A Woman With Long, Straight Hair Looks at Herself in the Mirror to Represent Why is My Hair Staticy? |

Why is My Hair Staticy?

Static electricity is an imbalance of electrical charges (too many positive or negative charges) on the surface of a material. It develops when the conditions are just right. The two major causes of hair static are friction and weather – especially dry, cold climates. Cold air can’t hold as much moisture as warm air, which makes the electrical imbalance happen more easily.

What happens to hair when it gets staticy?

When hair acquires static, the electrical charge causes hair strands to repel each other, resulting in that hair-raising look. This static causes a drying effect and makes combing hair more difficult and more likely to break. Add in the drying effects winter brings and it’s a recipe for damaged hair.

Tips to prevent and eliminate staticy hair

There are a number of options to eliminate the damaging effects of static electricity and prevent it from returning. Avoid wearing hats or scarves on your hair Limit static caused by friction by avoiding hats and scarves. However, if hats and scarves are a must-have in your climate, look for hats with higher-quality linings like silk, satin, cotton or wool. These linings are gentler on your lovely locks. Hydrate with a deep-conditioning hair oil Increase the frequency of applying an ultra-moisturizing hair mask to not only smooth out those locks and reverse static but to help protect each hair strand with a deep-conditioning barrier. While you’re at it, hydrate from the inside out with at least 8 8-ounce cups of water each day! Dry with a silk towel After you shower, instead of scrubbing your hair dry with a rough towel, gently wrap your hair in a silk towel to help lock in moisture even as your hair is drying. Silk is great for reducing friction and doesn’t leach out natural hair oils. Switch to an ionic hairdryer Some people swear by ionic hair dryers because they dry hair faster and more evenly disperse electrical charges. Since the water in your hair is positively charged and the ionic dryer shoots negatively charged particles, your hair remains electrically balanced and static-free. Use a leave-in conditioner Follow the ABCs of hair health – Always Be Conditioning! It’s good practice to apply a leave-in conditioner after a shower (and throughout the day if the product warrants it) to help seal in moisture and keep your hair hydrated – and anti-static – all day long. Mist with a frizz-fighting spritzer For instant hydration and smoothing power wherever you go, carry a hydrating, anti-static hair mist and spritz when you need it. Be sure to only do this indoors, when you know you won’t be venturing outdoors until your hair is completely dry, so you can avoid water freezing hair damage in colder climates. Humidify your home To increase the moisture level in your hair while you’re at home, consider investing in a humidifier for your home. Not only will this help fight static, but it will also be great for your skin and sinuses – keeping your whole body healthier! Spritz hairspray onto a comb and gently comb through Tame flyaways and frizz with a combination of hairspray and a metal comb, which will conduct electricity. By spraying hairspray on your comb before brushing, you can remove electrical particles from your hair and trap them on your comb. Avoid using a plastic comb as they don’t conduct electricity and can therefore increase static. Rub a dryer sheet on your hair If you’re needing to attack that static as a last-ditch effort before a party, carefully smooth your hair in one direction with a dryer sheet. Dryer sheets are designed to eliminate static cling in clothing, so the effect is similar on your hair. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_text_separator title="Featured Products" border_width="2"][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width="2/12"][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width="3/12"][vc_single_image image="157133" img_size="full" onclick="custom_link" img_link_target="_blank" link=""][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width="2/12"][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width="3/12"][vc_single_image image="157132" img_size="full" onclick="custom_link" img_link_target="_blank" link=""][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width="2/12"][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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