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- Wool Dryer Balls Set of 6
How 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.
I love them in use a few drops of lavender essential oils and my laundry is soft and smells great
These Woolzies are great so far--I've only had them long enough for three dryer loads. Wool balls soften clothes in the dryer and leave less static. If I want scent, I can count on the smell of scented detergent coming through. These are less expensive than whatever brand I bought over three years ago and just now pitched because they were shredding, I expect the Woolzies to last a long time, too. If so, I'll be happy.
I'm saving a bundle on fabric softener and my clothes, towels, sheets, and blankets have never been more fluffy! When I first take them out of the dryer there is static but once I give each a shake and all static is gone. I love Woolzies!!!
This actually works! Im amazed. Our shirts come out as if it was freshly steamed pressed. I got 2 packs. One pack does a decent job depending on load. For large i did two packs and added scented oil.
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.