Ditch the toxic dryer sheets and be kinder to the environment with our all-natural un-dyed felted wool dryer balls!
Washed and combed, but undyed raw wool is formed into balls. These are felted, tossed in the dryer, and used in every dryer load, 4 at a time.
Together they shorten drying time and keep your clothes feeling soft!
Just the Facts:
KIND TO YOUR CLOTHES. Unlike plastic or tennis balls, wool balls are soft and much less bouncy. They make less noise in the dryer and are much gentler on the fibers of your clothes
KEEP YOUR CLOTHES SOFT. The wool has excellent anti-static effect, which means less zapping and a softer touch.
SAFE FOR SENSITIVE SKIN. We take care to wash the lanolin out of the wool so people with very sensitive skin (who normally don’t tolerate wool) don’t get affected! Many customers have confirmed that the wool balls are not irritating to very sensitive skin.
SHORTEN DRYING TIME. By agitating and separating clothes, and heating up themselves, the wool balls help clothes dry faster and more uniformly (and the electric bill stay lower!)
NO CHEMICALS: Because it has no chemicals, this is perfectly safe for drying towels, cloth diapers, and other fabrics that dryer sheets are not recommended to use with.
Instructions for Use:
Toss balls into the dryer with every load. Return to the dryer after collecting the clothes.
Never needs washing, if they pile you can use a lint remover once a year to keep it looking fresh
If you want to wash it (because it got dirty) feel free to toss it in with your laundry on the warm or hot setting. Wrap it in an old (clean) sock to prevent it from unraveling in the wash. Take the sock off (or cut it off) after it’s dry.
- Lasts for many years!
Posted by Amanda P. on 24th Mar 2015
This is my first time using something other than the dryer sheets and I am very pleased with how they work! I was expecting lots of noise, but they do not bang around at all! I did have a bit more static than usual, however it was not horrible and that is the ONLY reason I did not give 5 stars. Otherwise, I am very happy with this purchase!! Hoping they last as long as they are supposed to as well!!
Posted by Tara on 6th Mar 2015
Well, I would love to give these five-stars but I can't for two reasons. 1) while they do cut down on static for the most part, I found that any polyester was super-staticy as well as all my wool. 2) I added drops of essential oil as suggested for a little smell, but it did not make my laundry smell nice. Perhaps that second one is user error and I didn't add enough EO. I put two-three drops on each ball. About me: I use only EWG rated "A" or natural homemade products in my home. We can't do any sort of perfumes. I do not use fabric softener, but I do use half-sheets of static sheets in some loads, just to keep the static down. I was using those hard reusable dryer balls but they broke apart really quickly (and they were so noisy anyway!) I will continue using these balls for many years (I hope) but I will have to continue adding a partial dryer sheet just to keep the static at bay.
No more static cling!
Posted by Beverly Jones on 16th Dec 2014
I had never used dryer balls before, but I'll never use dryer sheets again. Not only do they eliminate static cling, but they also stop clothes from clumping together in the dryer. My daughter used to use tennis balls in the dryer...now she uses Arborstead dryer balls. All natural is the only way to go.