- Wool Dryer Balls Set of 6
Howe They Work
Woolzies dryer balls naturally soften laundry and reduce wrinkles. They bounce around inside the dryer creating space between laundry items. This allows the hot air to circulate, reducing drying time by up to 25% and saving you electricity and money. They are super quiet and reduce static build up. Our dryer balls can be used over and over again as they last for up to 1,000 loads.
How To Use
Add 6 dryer balls to a large load of laundry for soft, fresh clothes.
For great smelling laundry, pair Woolzies dryer balls with our essential oils. Add 3-6 drops of your desired essential oil to the dryer balls and put them in the dryer after your clothes have already been dried. Run the dryer again on an Air Fluff (non-heated) cycle for 10 minutes and your laundry will come out smelling amazing and fresh.
the woolzies promise:
100% Natural Ingredients.
We’re committed to only sell products made from the finest that Mother Nature has to offer.
We would never add anything toxic to our products, like parabens or (gasp!) artificial fragrances.
All Woolzies natural products are designed and formulated to have maximum effectiveness.
frankly not impressed. I have used tennis balls for years. splurged (+with a coupon) and bought your 3XL dryer balls. Directions stated toss in a "small" load of "cloths". what is a small load and do they not works on sheets and towels. It's just my husband and me. no children or grandchildren. definitely has not "reduced drying time by 25%" and I do not see less wrinkles or any improved softening (which I use distilled white vinegar). They are quitter than my tennis balls.
I had never used these, but had heard so much about them so I bought a package of 3. Instantly fell in love with them. No wrinkles even on my work clothes! No static! I was floored at the performance. However, it's been less than 3 months and the statc has returned. Regardless of the type of clothing.. towels, sheets, Jeans, shirts etc... I had to buy dryer sheets today. So sad because I really loved this option until this week.
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback with us, Lisa! It's wonderful to hear that you've made the switch to 100% natural products in your daily routine. When it comes to our dryer balls we recommend reducing the drying cycle by 10 minutes. Since these wool balls are meant to reduce drying time, extra static can occur if they are used for a longer period of time. Also, in the winter the static is super strong. We suggest pinning a safety pin to a wool dryer ball or you can wrap a ball in silver aluminum foil. This should do the trick in reducing static tremendously. We hope this helps so you can enjoy using the wool dryer balls all year round.
They work wonderfully
Using this product has freed me from using dryer sheets loaded with toxic chemicals and synthetic fragrances. I simply add a few drops of lavender oil to one of the wool balls before I start my machine. The fresh fragrance wafts through the house as my laundry dries--even quicker than usual! The wool dryer balls are offered at such a reasonable price, I plan on purchasing sets for my friends and family as holiday gifts. A set of those, along with a vial of essential oil, will make a unique and useful present for everyone on my list. Thank you for offering such a practical item.
I'm an engineer, and a skeptic, so when my sister-in-law told me these balls really work, I was not convinced. After using them for a couple of months, I can say positively that they work. The clothes dry faster and come out fluffy and soft. But how? The introduce static electricity, that's how. The balls, with their fine wool composition, coat the dryer contents with static electricity as the dryer rolls - forcing the dryer contents to repel against one another giving them space to fluff, and to dry more quickly. You will notice that there's more static in the laundry pile after the dryer is done, but your clothes will be softer and drying time is reduced by about 20% because the contents were floating freer inside the dryer. Our large home dryer has four of these balls in it for each medium to large load. It is important to not over-stuff the dryer with too much at one time, because to work properly, the wool balls need some available space for the laundry to fluff. Also, expect that one or two of the balls will from time to time get caught up in a shirt sleeve or fitted sheet - you need to "hunt" for them in the load as you fold. But that's just fun. Oh, and they seem to last forever. I don't see why they'd need to be replaced unless they're lost to the place where the odd sock goes to.