Available in White, Light Grey, or Natural Dark Brown
Wool dryer balls are a natural alternative to fabric softeners. They reduce drying time(up to 35%), save on electricity, and preserve the lifespan of your clothing.
These 100% wool dryer balls are hand-made in Canada from pure Merino wool, and hand-felted with soap and water.
Simply toss the balls into your dryer to absorb moisture and soften your laundry. Wool dryer balls cut down on drying time by continuously separating your clothes to allow for better air circulation. Wool is gentle on all fabrics and your dryer. Use instead of dryer sheets to significantly decrease static cling and wrinkles in your clothing.
We recommend using three or four balls per load and they will last for well over a year. A truly eco friendly laundry alternative!
Posted by Unknown on 22nd May 2013
I have been using dryer balls for years and I love that these are so quite in the dryer. I also love that I can add my own essetial oils to it. I prefer lavendar but any great natural essential oil would work.
Posted by Unknown on 30th Apr 2013
Posted by Natasha on 4th Dec 2012
I have been using these for a couple of weeks now and I love them. They have been cutting a substantial amount of drying time off of each load and clothes come out soft and static free. I would say most loads finish about 10-15 minutes early and since the dryer is a huge energy consumer this is a big bonus. I have just ordered more to give as Christmas gifts. Well worth the price.
Posted by Erin - from Winnipeg MB, Canada on 12th Sep 2012
Fantastic product. My clothes came out just as soft as with regular fabric softener. My skin is quite sensitive to scented fabric softeners and it is hard to find unscented ones. PLUS these are environmentally friendly, a nice cherry on top, and a wonderful alternative to dryer sheets. They are also fantastic for drying duvets, which typically recommend using tennis balls to keep them fluffy. These are much quieter, and less rubber-smelling than tennis balls. Will definitely buy them again.
Haven't paid much attention to wether it lowers the drying time, but if I do recall, it seems much shorter than normal.