Seventh Generation Dryer Sheets Review - Blue Eucalyptus And Lavender Scent

by Nikki
(Merrick, NY)

Nikki has provided her Seventh Generation dryer sheets review.

Nikki says:

I purchased these Seventh Generation Blue Eucalyptus & Lavender fabric softener sheets on a whim.

They were on sale, and as natural, environmentally friendly products are usually costly, I thought I'd give them a try. Overstocked at a retail store, I got lucky and paid $1.00! Now wish I could go back and buy more boxes!

First off, I love the idea that they are safe for the planet, use natural oils and extracts, and that they use recyclable unbleached paper.

In addition, the scent is great. I can't stand the typical overpoweringly flowery scents from many dryer sheets.

I am usually not a fan of lavender but the blend is wonderful. After use the scent faded and was very subtle in the clothes, which was a huge plus.

As expected, it worked and made my clothes soft, fluffy, and they had less static when I removed them from the dryer.

I enjoy thinking that using these I can help keep the environment safer one dryer sheet at a time! I will definitely be going back for another box when these run out!

Taylor says:

Thanks Nikki for your review.

I notice that not only does Seventh Generation make dryer sheets, but they also have a liquid fabric softener.

Has anyone else used this product? If so, please share your dryer sheets reviews here, of this or any other brand.

Further, I've created a page of natural fabric softener brands if you'd like to see what all is available for your laundry that is eco-friendly.

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A reviewer on Amazon shared pictures of what these dryer sheets look like, and since they're different than what you may be used to I thought the picture was worth sharing.

The picture above shows the new packaging for this product, while the picture below shows the older box, but the sheets themselves have not changed in looks.

As you can see, the most striking difference between this product and most dryer sheets you're most likely used to is the fact that these are brown, not white in color.

That is because they're made with unbleached paper. As a result they are completely compostable, and you don't have to throw them in the trash! How awesome is that?

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I would love to hear from anyone who's used these sheets, sharing how they worked for you. You can share your review here of this or any other product from this brand, or read reviews from other readers that have already been submitted.

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Did not like them at all
by: Anonymous

I love their liquid fabric softener. But the dryer sheets were awful. My clothes all had such a terrible rancid smell I didn't even finish the box! I am all for using environmentally products but these were horrible! I'll stick to their liquid fabric softener.

free and clear dryer sheets not good for environment
by: Anonymous

I bought this product to try to avoid the bad chemicals in the regular dryer sheets. I have been using them and they work ok, but recently I have been reading all the labels of everything in my house and trying to reduce my toxic chemical load. I am getting rid of everything with sulfates, phthalates, parabens, etc. I looked on the Environmental Working Group website, they rate products based on bad chemicals and these dryer sheets got a "D", they are going in the garbage. I am buying wool balls and using essentials oils on them instead. Save your money, detox your house.

can't find the combo scent of eucalyptus-lavender
by: Anonymous

Is Seventh Generation still making the Eucalyptus-Lavender scented fabric softener? It was great and the scent lasted a long time. However I have not seen it in a hand full of years. There's just, Lavender, alone, for sale, but I can't find the combo-scent.

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by: Sandra James

Works great. No scents, but clothes are soft and smell clean. Products are used at home and at work.

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