Woolzies, the Original Highest Quality Wool Dryer Balls Set of 6 Xl ,Best Natural Fabric Softener, Gift Set
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- LASTS FOR 1,000 LOADS
- 100% Pure New Zealand Wool
- Softens Naturally
- Reduces Drying Time by 25%
- Helps Eliminate wrinkles and Static
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Woolzies are pure the highest quality handmade New Zealand wool dryer balls without any fillers, that soften your laundry naturally while getting rid of the chemicals from the conventional fabric softeners. Unlike the plastic dryer balls, they are PVC free and won't fall apart or melt on you. Woolzies save time and energy by cutting down on drying time by an average of 25% per load. They also help reduce static and wrinkles.
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I dry approximately 10 loads a week. After a year of use, the Woolzies have a few pills and one even has a small chunk missing thanks to my dog who chases and retrieves balls much more efficiently than I. The Woolzies utilize escape tactics when you're removing laundry from the dryer, but they are well worth chasing across the floor between loads. Your skills of keeping them contained will improve once you learn their tactics. Although not a pretty as they once were, the Woolzies are still fully functional and look as though they will go another year. (see the photo I've uploaded of a new Woolzie next to my originals that are 18 months old). One reviewer mentioned that they will get in the corners of sheets, etc., which is true, but it does not stop them from tumbling around -- they just take the sheet with them. They will fall in and out of sheet corners many times during a cycle.
Even though my dryer has the sensor that is supposed to end the drying cycle only after the contents are actually dry, it never seemed to work out that way. Unless I was drying microfleece or very thin knits, my clothes and other laundry was never completely dry when the dryer stopped. If I were drying jeans or towels, it was not unusual to run the dryer 2 or 3 times before achieving total dryness. It NEVER happens anymore. No matter how heavy or thick the load, the laundry is dry when the buzzer goes off. The clothes are beautifully wrinkle free as well. Polyester knits still have static issues if the weather is really dry (which rarely happens in Louisiana), but a can of Static Guard Static Cling Spray, Fresh Scent, 5.5 oz. kept nearby takes care of the occasional clinging issue.
Overall, I know without a doubt that I have saved enough to pay for these several times over, when you figure electricity and the elimination of dryer sheets from my shopping list. These are much better than the competing brands, especially the little plastic ones with bumps, which crack fairly quickly and make a lot of noise bouncing around. These only produce little muffled thunks, instead of steady thuds (you get used to it pretty quickly and the sound disappears into white noise). I recommend these wholeheartedly and they also make a wonderful gift.
***UPDATE***: Eighteen months into my use of Woolzies, I got a new HUGE dryer, so I purchased another set of Woolzies to throw in with the old ones. I uploaded a photo which shows exactly what an old, heavily used Woolzie ball looks like next to a brand new one that has never been used. The box that contained my new Woolzies actually reads that the pilling on the Woolzies help them work even better. I'm not removing the pills!
FINAL UPDATE: After four years and thousands of loads, I am starting to retire the original Woolzies. With the large capacity of the dryer, I use 18. The original balls are very loosely bound, and many started to unravel. My cat really enjoys batting them around, and doing the final unraveling. I then cut them into pieces and use them as part of the stuffing for pet beds. Nothing goes to waste.
1. They did not reduce static at all, especially while using these over winter. I tried safety pins stuck in some of them like I had seen in a suggestion, and that didn't seem to make a difference, so I usually had to throw in a wad of foil to help cut down on static.
2. They did not soften - if anything, the first several loads when I initially started using these made our clothes stiffer than my old dryer balls.
3. They did not cut down on drying time and sometimes seemed to take longer than my previous brand of dryer balls (even when I used all 12 balls from this two-pack, compared to 6 SoSoft brand ones).
3. BIGGEST ISSUE - They quickly started to fray and ball up wool all over them which has now started to shed off on all of our clothes. Every time I do a load of darks, I pull out black shirts and black pants and there is fuzz from these dryer balls ALL OVER the clothes.
Not impressed, Woolzies. I am going back to the SoSoft brand. I just ordered two bags of them, which by the way, are cheaper at $13.95 for 6 balls, compared to these which run about $16.50 for 6 balls. $27.90 for a dozen, saves $5.05.
1) They are only somewhat effective in controlling static with big bulky items such as heavy blankets. I assume this is because the bulky items ball up tight and the woolzies aren't bouncing around inside them like they do with smaller items that tumble freely. I have, however, noticed that the static has already disappeared as soon as I am done removing the item from the dryer, which doesn't normally happen. So, not much to complain about anyway.
2) If you're in a hurry, it can be a little annoying to have to find and remove the Woolzies out of pant legs and sleeves and pillowcases as you're unloading the dryer.
3) Your dogs will want these. They will want them bad.
1) With clothing, towels, and regular (i.e. non big heavy blankie)laundry items, the Woolzies have been every bit as effective in controlling static as the dryer sheets I was using. The items also come out soft.
2) When I bought these I was worried they would collect dog hair in the dryer, but they don't.
3) These are eco-friendly, I no longer get the itchies from chemical product allergies, and they are much more economical than dryer sheets over time.
In summary, I recommend this product. Like any product, expectations need to be realistic. I may decide to buy a box of dryer sheets to use once in a blue moon with my big heavy fuzzy polyester/acrylic blanket because it tends to come out staticky, but I don't need or want dryer sheets for anything else anymore. I intend to buy Woolzies for some of my family for Christmas this year.