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Several reasons...
1) Quieter than the plastic dryer balls.
2) More environmentally friendly.… see more
Several reasons...
1) Quieter than the plastic dryer balls.
2) More environmentally friendly.
3) Able to better reduce static buildup.
4) You can use six balls (or more) at one time. see less

By John Zuckerman on February 7, 2014
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Quote from ttheir website: they are handmade in the democratic republic of Nepal, they provide a steady source of income to the desperately needy women of that developing nation.
By holly on August 21, 2014
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They are about as heavy as a ball of yarn, if that helps. They make only minimal noise in the dryer. Much quieter than tennis balls or similar. I think the woollies are worth the investment.
By Chris H. on April 15, 2014
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I haven't personally tried this yet, but I have read from another site that sells Woolzies that you can definitely put a few drops of essential oils on your Woolzies if you'd like to give them a little scent. I've also read that, should you decide you'd like to change or get rid of the scent, you can put them in a sock… see more I haven't personally tried this yet, but I have read from another site that sells Woolzies that you can definitely put a few drops of essential oils on your Woolzies if you'd like to give them a little scent. I've also read that, should you decide you'd like to change or get rid of the scent, you can put them in a sock and run them in the wash as long as you MAKE SURE they're totally dry afterwards because they are so dense they could possibly develop an odor if they don't dry completely. see less
By Marie on August 6, 2013
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Hi - I don't know if there is a way to do that - hoping you get other input as well - but I will say that I use essential oils almost every time and if I skip a load or two the scent definitely fades on it's own if you're not re-applying it. So thinking maybe a few passes would have it mostly out for you! Good luck.
By Kimrose on February 26, 2016
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Woolzies will be fine. They don't have any chemicals on them at all. You can add drops of essential oils to make your laundry smell nice.
By Mom's Thumb Reviews on February 8, 2014
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I haven't used it while drying a down item, but it does seem to keep my sheets from clumping.
By Rachel Cauley on November 12, 2013
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P.S. Their website says they are handmade in Nepal: Finally, being as that they are handmade in the democratic republic of Nepal, they provide a steady source of income to the desperately needy women of that developing nation.
By Deborah Noack on April 3, 2014
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I am allergic to wool in my clothing bedding everything it seems This has been a problem my whole life and I have no reaction to the woolzies I really love and am very satisfied with them.
By jooma on August 29, 2015
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No but if you want a scent you can use a few drops of essential oil on them.
By Heather C. on September 12, 2014