My husband recently bought me a dryer, I had heard in conversations from blogger friends and readers that dryer balls are totally the “it” thing when drying clothes and cloth diapers. So I started to do some research regarding these dryer balls I was totally intrigued not only did it reduce your drying time but also were eco-friendly and non-toxic. I was all ears!!
Woolzies Dryer Balls was one of the companies that came up on my google search. Woolzies is produced by Soft By Nature, Inc. small family owned company in New York. Their goal is to delivery the same benefit as a dryer sheet would without the nasty chemicals. These dryer balls come in a box of 6 XL balls they are
- Natural Fabric Softner
- 100% eco friendly
- Reduces Static
- Helps Elimitate Wrinkles
- Reduces Drying Time
- Saves Energy
- Noise Free
- Handmade in Nepal
- 100% Wool
- 100% safe for people with wool sensitivities
- Makes a fun and eco friendly ball for your little ones to play with
Toss them into the dryer to create loft while dryer tumbles. They are not noisy which took me by surprise. These dryer balls are a great size as you can see in the picture above they fit great in the palm of my hand.
I absolutely love my new dryer balls our clothes and inserts feel amazing, fluffy and soft. My husband would love for them to have a scent of course but I don’t mind that they are unscented. It’s nice to know that you are drying your clothes without the harsh chemicals. I did experience some static and I read on their packaging that if you experience this, you can put the dryer balls in a sock and run through a wash cycle. I would recommend using a natural detergent, I will eventually do this In conclusion I totally recommend Woolizes Dryer Balls we love our and can’t wait to add some more to our dryer.
For only $34.95 with free shipping anywhere in the US and World Wide shipping $ 6.95 its not bad knowing that you will get up to 1,000 loads of eco friendly fluffiness.
Would you like to win your very own box of Woolzies?
Giveaway will end at 11:59 EST on January 26, 2012