US-Made Natural Wool Dryer Ball Gift Set of 3 Assorted Colors
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- Set of 3 Assorted Colors
- Shortens Drying Time, Softens Clothes Naturally, No Chemicals
- Naturally, no chemicals!
- Replaces dryer sheets, safe for all clothes. Unscented.
- 100% Wool, Made In the USA
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Reduces Drying Time.
Softens laundry naturally, without chemicals.
Handmade in the US.
Wool Dryer Balls are the natural solution for softening your clothes without chemicals. Made completely from US wool, they help your clothes (and cloth diapers!) tumble dry softly, and reduce the drying time by up to half.
Great for all laundry. To use, simply toss 2-3 balls in your wet dryer and start. No need to remove them from the dryer, just reuse!
Approximately 9" circumference (about the size of a tennis ball).
Use 2-3 balls for fastest drying.
Won't harm your clothes.
100% Wool, some natural pilling may occur over time. Available in natural cream or hand dyed (won't bleed to your clothes)
Lasts for years!
Top Customer Reviews
These dryer balls are soft and make a huge difference in our clothes.
In fact - I'm going to give these as gifts!
Also, they did not come all in green like the picture shows, but came in multiple colors...
I will purchase again if needed. However, they show absolutely no signs of wear. They may last years and years.
Love the balls!!!! Love this company!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
SO MUCH BETTER than the plastic ones. If you get the plastic, make sure you DON"T go inexpensive!Published 17 months ago by marianne
I started using these balls to speed up the drying time needed for the heavier clothes in my front loading
gas dryer. Read more
It works in theory, but I don't really know how much this prevents static. Sometimes I have it, but I can't isolate it.Published on April 27, 2013 by Zach Lym
These are brightly colored enough to stand out in the wash, and they significantly cut the drying time for a load of laundry. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by Katie