Wool Dryer Balls
Did you ever see those commercials that show kids pajama’s and clothing going up in flames? Do you know why, when they are supposed to be flame retardant? It’s because of the chemicals in dryer sheets and fabric softeners. These won’t do that and it also helps for towels and washcloths to stay absorbent whereas if you use too much fabric softener they don’t absorb at all.
I received a box of Woolzies Eco Friendly Wool Dryer Balls in order to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and may differ from yours.
When I took my clothes out of the dryer I couldn’t believe how soft they were. Just like my mom’s house. Whenever we would wash something at my mom’s the clothes always come out of her dryer feeling so soft. I think it’s because she has a gas dryer and mine is electric. Well now my clothes feel that way with Woolzies. I am really happy.
What are Woolzies you say? They are dryer balls of course. I actually thought they were tennis balls because that is what they look like. And did they ever come in time. I just happened to run out of dryer sheets. Pretty neat concept I thought.
They are pure handmade New Zealand wool dryer balls that soften your laundry naturally without any of the chemicals of conventional fabric softeners. They help reduce drying time by 25%, they won’t fall apart or melt, they reduce static and wrinkles. As crazy as it sounds, did you know that if you crumple up aluminum foil into about the size of a Woolzies that too will help control static even more.
They are money back guaranteed to last for at least 1,000 loads!
Woolzies have no chemicals at all and are also hypoallergenic so are safe even for people with wool sensitivities.
What I like the most about these is they are 100% eco-friendly, no nasty chemicals, they are PVC free and are hypo allergenic. Plus they help save you money because they last through hundreds and hundreds of loads so you don’t need to buy Downey or dryer sheets
Each box contains 6 of them and you use them all at once. You can purchase them for only $34.95, which in my book is well worth it. And it’s always better to support small family owned businesses versus the big box stores. That’s what this country is all about.
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