🌎 Kiss dryer sheets goodbye! 100% Organic Wool Dryer Balls are a super cost-effective step towards a chemical free and eco-friendly household. And, they WORK.
Reusable for 1,000 + cycles!
Replaces fabric softener, dryer sheets & toxic chemicals
Hypoallergenic, eco-friendly and biodegradable
Made from 100% Organic New Zealand Wool 🐑
Reduces drying time on average 30-40%
🌎 DRYER BALLS SAVE ELECTRICITY, TIME & MONEY:
Wool dryer balls reduce drying time by 30-40% on average. Your clothes will also last longer, since they will be exposed to less wear and tear in the dryer. So much better for the planet! 💚
🌎 NATURALLY SOFTENS, THE ECO-FRIENDLY CHOICE - (CHEMICAL, ALLERGEN & PHTHALATE-FREE):
Wool Dryer Balls naturally soften your clothes, while reducing static. They do not contain synthetic chemicals nor allergens found in liquid fabric softener, dryer sheets and PVC dryer balls. Enjoy naturally soft, fluffy, wrinkle and static-free clothes, with the peace of mind that you aren't putting chemicals on your skin.
💡 TIPS AND THOUGHTS:
--The more, the merrier! More balls = softer clothes and shorter drying time. Use all 6 for large loads, for best results.
-- Both grey and white balls work fine for any colour of clothes as they don't leave any colour or pile behind.
--Keep dryer balls away from pets. They will think they are fun toys and will be happy to destroy them. They are 100% wool and non-toxic, but pets shouldn't eat them (as with any stuffed toy).
--Reduce static further by making sure clothing is not over-dried. Try taking clothes out sooner than you usually do!
--Oops - did one roll in the mud and need to clean it? Throw it in a sock or nylon stocking and run through the washer and dryer with your next load. Yes, they are washable! :)
--End of life: After using them for many years, you can eventually compost them. Or - just keep them going in addition to some new balls because really, they will still work but eventually start to shrink over time, which makes it harder for them to bounce around and create great air pockets in your clothes. (You can also upcycle them for use in crafting, or for making Christmas tree ornaments!)