Ditch those dryer sheets containing a laundry (pun intended) list of artificial chemicals and fragrances. Save money spent on fabric softeners and disposable dryer sheets by switching to these natural wool dryer balls. Cleaner clothes, cleaner environment, healthier you - what's not to love !
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Simply toss a few of these into the dryer with your clothes, towels, sheets, blankets, and more and dry them as per fabric-care instructions. That’s it. Don’t add anything else, these dryer balls act as a natural fabric softener and decrease drying time so you won’t have to wait as long.
Use 3 balls for a small/medium load and 5-6 for a large load.
Simply leave balls in dryer for next use and enjoy up to 1,000 loads.
Dryer sheets are typically single-use, flimsy polyester coated with fabric softeners that cannot be recycled, so depending on how much laundry you do, you can prevent a lot of waste by switching to these wool dryer balls. These dryer balls will last up to 1000 loads or 2-5 years, saving all that trash from clogging our landfills and also saving you money.
Dryer sheets and fabric softeners are laced with myriad chemicals and synthetic fragrances that linger on your clothes and can enter your body through the skin. They also leave a residue on your clothes and thus reduce the absorbency of towels and gym clothes, costing you more money to buy new ones. Switching to these natural dryer balls will not only protect your clothes but is beneficial to your health and pocket as well!
These dryer balls are 100% natural wool without any additives so can be safely composted at its end-of-life.
For better static reduction, secure a safety pin to each dryer ball or try using vinegar rinse in your wash.
The balls may felt up a little over time but it does not reduce their efficacy - you can try cutting it if you don't like how it looks.
You can add fragrance to these dryer balls using your favorite essential oils - simply dab a few drops on 2-3 of the balls. Let them dry for about an hour (or quick dry them alone in your dryer) and then toss them in with your laundry. Depending on the type of oil used, it may stain them - the dryer balls are still completely fine to use, they just may look funny. If you want to avoid oil stains on the balls, try injecting the oil inside by using a meat injector or syringe.