Felted Wool dryer balls

Felted Wool Dryer Balls

If you haven’t used wool dryer balls yet, you should!

WHY USE WOOL DRYER BALLS?

These are Eco friendly
They help cut down on the drying time, saving you money on your energy bill.
Dryer balls reduce static in your laundry. Now, no more need to use harsh chemicals like fabric softeners and dryer sheets. The  balls will toss about and create better airflow between your items, absorb moisture and soften as they go.
I use 3 balls in a smaller load.
6 balls should be used in a larger load.

Yes… these are wonderful for cloth diapers.
They soften the diapers and dry them much faster.

* You can add your very own scent before placing them in the dryer.
* You can give them to your baby as a natural toy.
* Makes a great gift to give.
* Add them to your nature table.

Why not just use dryer sheets?

 Dryer sheets are full of chemicals , dyes , and perfumes. All natural wool dryer balls are much more Eco friendly and a healthier alternative to dryer sheets, especially for people with allergies or those who are sensitive to perfumes. Dryer balls are also more cost effective, lasting much longer than dryer sheets.

 

 

 

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One thought on “Felted Wool dryer balls

  1. We LOVE our wool dryer balls!! Bought them years ago from http://www.WoolDryerBalls.com and they are still working strong for us. No dyes, 100% clean wool (and NOT the raveled up yarn balls being sold out there- watch out for them!! They do unravel after a month or two use.) Our drying time is shorter with soft absorbant laundry, diapers and towels, – we havent bought softeners in years!

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