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The Amazing Dryer Balls - Set of Two (Light Blue) (2 5/8" Diameter)


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  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B0009WK23Y
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,124,785 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Until they heat up, they sound like rocks in the dryer.
Bumpa Rodriguez
If you can't use dryer sheets or fabric softener, this is better than nothing at all.
thedrunkenfairy
The only thing I noticed was that with Bounce, my clothes have no static cling.
A. Winters

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Winterbear on November 11, 2005
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I like to wear Carhartt pants for work. Problem is, they're made of heavy cotton and they usually come out of the dryer all wadded up, creased and wrinkled. I saw these highlighted on TV and thought, "What the heck?" I washed a load of Carhartt pants and dried them using four dryer balls (it's recommended you use more balls for larger loads.) And the verdict is... they work, sort of, kind of. They came out of the dryer creased a bit (so the balls don't do all the work for you) but the balls seemed to pound them into submission and softened them just enough that with a little "hand pressing" they look a whole lot better than before. I'll bet they work real well on softer/lighter clothes.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By P. Davis on May 17, 2006
You are not supposed to use dryer sheets or fabric softners on baby clothes because it reduces flame-retardance and they may irritate a baby's skin. These dryer balls have been great for softening my baby's clothes without chemicals. No, they don't do squat for static cling. I didn't notice a change in drying time. And in a load of adult clothes, they usually end up stuck in a sleeve. But for a load of little baby items where they can tumble freely, they do a great job of softening.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Carol on July 19, 2006
Bought these not too long ago. I use them all of the time. They do a great job on towels, men's under clothing, permanent press clothing, cleaning rags (not microfiber, Never soften those), etc. I find the drying time is a little less, the clothes do not tangle and they smell nice and clean. Best of all---no chemicals. If you have clothes with a lot of static cling, then you can throw in maybe half a dryer sheet to reduce that problem. I love these "little guys". Recommend them to all and especially chemically sensitive folks.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By L. Smith on February 16, 2007
I did a little test while I was visiting my Daughter-In-Law, who possesses not only Dryer Balls, but a nice supply of tennis balls. For the test I washed two feather pillows from our motor home, which had become musty during storage. I washed them separately, each with a towel to balance the load. After washing, I dried each set with a dryer sheet in addition to the balls, mostly for fragrance: one set of pillow and towel with the dryer balls and one set with two tennis balls. Both thumped noisily around in the dryer and both walloped the feather pillows and towels back to equal fluffiness. I had considered purchasing dryer balls, but my daughter-in-law contributed the two test tennis balls and I am have been perfectly happy with the results.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By bridgett on January 28, 2006
These dryer balls work well. Since I have to go to a laundromat, the reduced drying time saves me money. Also the clothes are softer, so I use less fabric softener.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A. Winters on April 4, 2006
The only thing I noticed was that with Bounce, my clothes have no static cling. With dryer balls instead of Bounce, lots of static cling!
Drying time remained the same. Softness (or lack thereof) remained the same.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By thedrunkenfairy on October 23, 2006
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If you can't use dryer sheets or fabric softener, this is better than nothing at all. Static cling still abounds, unfortunately. Many times the balls get stuck in arms of clothing so it takes a bit of searching before starting the next load. Not a big deal. I'm glad I bought them, but I still long to use dryer sheets.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Shellymonster on February 11, 2007
Why would you use this item when any type of ball works? Tennis balls are my choice, and they can even be spritzed with some fragrance!
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