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Magic Drying Fluff Balls - Set of 2 Natural Fabric Softening Dryer Balls


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  • "DRYER MAX" LAUNDRY DRYER BALLS
  • Safe & natural way to soften & fluff laundry
  • Just place them in the dryer
  • Clothes will dry 25% faster too
  • Dryer balls are reusable over & over again & they last for years
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Magic Drying Fluff Balls - Set of 2 Natural Fabric Softening Dryer Balls + Downy Automatic Dispenser + Whitmor 6754-3655 Dryer Balls Set of 4
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 2.4 x 4.7 inches ; 13.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001EIW1SG
  • Item model number: XY801
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,454 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The natural way to softenfabrics - As Seen on TVProductInformationThe Magic Drying Balls fluff in the dryer to lift and separatelaundry allowing hot air to flow more efficiently.  The softnodules (tips) massage fabrics to naturally fluff up and soften withoutthe use of chemicals.  Magic Drying Balls are safe to use withall fabrics and don't expose you and your family to the potentiallyharmful chemicals of fabric softeners and dryer sheets. You'll also save money as the Magic Drying Balls can be usedover and over again and last for years.Product Features Softens fabric naturally without chemicals Cuts drying time as Magic Drying Balls lift and separatelaundry Hypoallergenic - no chemicals Reusable


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I continued using the second ball two more times and it fell apart.
John K. Hamner
Magic Drying Fluff Balls - Set of 2 Natural Fabric Softening Dryer Balls Nov.
sunnymoe
I am very very disappointed and plan on replacing them with wool dryer balls.
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By A. Hoier on June 30, 2009
I will say, I didn't get these from Amazon, but from my local walmart store (UPC# 735541104053) and yes, they work GREAT, but, after a couple months of using them? The "nobles" (spiked edges of the balls) started discoloring...I was like hmm....OK maybe it's just "lint" or something, from rubbing against the clothing? Well, I looked at the bottom inside edge of my new-ish drier and there's a blue haze inside the dryer....I figured hmm, no pens have exploded in there since we got it, so it must be those darned dryer balls "fading" - in fact, I took the drier balls with me to the laundromat (drier was out of commission getting fixed that day) and well, you know how the laundromats have the clear windows? Well, it was kinda weird, cause hte balls kinda just sat at the bottom of the drier, near the door, and "jiggled around" and so then I could really see the "friction"/contact the balls were making. And that's even after "tossing" them into the far/back of the deep laundromat drier.

So yea, it's weird I don't know how they do their magic so well, since they primarily seemed to wiggle around the lower corner area of the drier machine "window" - I'm guessing that's what caused them to discolor (and my drier interior to turn blue) - due to the heat, combined with the "friction" of the balls on that plastic interior?

But yes, I won't totally knock them, since they do bring out very soft towels...

Note: I've heard the balls are made from PVC material, which will "gas" off chemicals or something, which is why some people dislike them.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By JAS on November 11, 2008
I recently bought a down comforter from Overstock, that recommended dry cleaning only. No way was I dry cleaning it. I machine washed it once and found that some of the down clumped up and would not dry completely. I purchased these dryer balls, hoping it would fix the problem. Not only did the comforter dry faster, but it fluffed the comforter up, to perfection. I couldn't been more thrilled!!
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Nuknuk TOP 100 REVIEWER on January 14, 2009
They like prickly balls and much heavier than tennis balls. They are odorless, and depending on your preference, you might miss the pleasant smell of your favorite dryer sheets. They do work. It makes the clothes fluffy and also lessen the static without using any chemicals.

But if you use it with a little load, it sounds as if somebody put a pair of sneakers in the dryer.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 24, 2009
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I bought these dryer balls hoping they would stand up to all the claims on the packaging, but they didn't. I have used these a total of 3 times and they have split at the seams. They also make your clothes smell like rubber. I am very very disappointed and plan on replacing them with wool dryer balls.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Tupper on October 9, 2009
I decided to try these in an effort to a)save money, b)reduce drying time, and c)reduce the chemicals used in our laundry. I was skeptic, but with a 2 year performance guarantee I figured I didn't have that much to lose. I bought three sets of these (for a total of $14.95) because we have large loads of laundry. I adjust the number of balls in the dryer according to the size of the load. You definitely need six with a large load, but they really work. I have had them for about two months and have used them with almost every load. I even did the comparison test versus fabric softener. The only item that still seems to be a bit stiff are the towels, but ours are really thick and large. They're still soft enough, but not quite as soft as with softener. Everything else is equal to or even softer than when I used softener. Jeans even come out super soft. I couldn't believe it until I tried them for myself, and I am so glad that I did. We have the energy efficient dryer from Whirlpool which did a fantastic drying job before, but these balls even helped in that department. Oh, and before when I dried jeans and other pants with this dryer the legs would get all twisted together. Not anymore! Same thing with long sleeves, so things don't get as wrinkled. I paid attention to the amount of dryer lint to see if there was an increase because of the friction that the little massage tips create. I can't see any increase there, so they don't seem to be causing any extra wear on our clothes. Also, the balls seem to be standing up well to use.Read more ›
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rocketman on August 25, 2010
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Since these dryer balls are made in 2 halves, they have a tendency to come apart after a few weeks....I've lost 6 of them this way before learning my lesson. Save money in the long run buy spending a little more up front and buying a one piece ball like Nellie's.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John K. Hamner on March 13, 2010
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Having purchased this product and using a very few times, one ball came apart. I contacted the seller and they said they would ship a replacement. They have not done so. I continued using the second ball two more times and it fell apart.Even though the price is minimal, in my opinion it is a total waste of time and money.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Bardsley on March 28, 2009
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They do seam to fluff things nicely and make them soft however my clothes seam to have more static in them. It also helps to losten up the cat hair that is left on my clothes. Over all not a bad product.
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