These natural wool dryer balls replace dryer sheets and reduce drying time by about 30%. By bouncing around in the dryer, they create air pockets that maximize air flow, speeding up the drying process. They also reduce wrinkles and static. Comes in a set of 3.
We recommend using at least 3 dryer balls for a normal load of laundry, but you can always add more to increase the benefits!
You can scent dryer balls with a few drops of essential oils like lavender and eucalyptus for a fresh scent.
Our wool dryer balls are responsibly made from 100% American wool fiber at Echoview Fiber Mill, an environmentally friendly fiber mill in Weaverville, NC. Their mill is Leed Gold Certified 2013, and Living Wage certified.
Use and care
Put three dryer balls in with each load of clothes in the dryer along with your wet laundry. Using them will reduce drying time, soften, and fluff up your clothes, towels and sheets.
Add a few drops of lavender, pine, or any other favorite essential oil to the wool dryer ball before the laundry cycle for an uplifting natural scent!
Don't wash them with your regular load unless you are cleaning them.
To store them between dryer loads, we suggest using a cloth bag or a simple jar or other container in your laundry room.
100% American felted wool fiber.
Packaged in a recycled paper box and eco-friendly ink.
Our wool dryer balls are responsibly made from 100% American felted wool fiber at Echoview Fiber Mill, an environmentally friendly fiber mill in Weaverville, NC. Their mill is Leed Gold Certified 2013, and Living Wage certified.
End of life
They should last for years (a customer mentioned to us that she has had her similar wool dryer balls for 8 years and counting), but at the end of their life, they are compostable.
I have a front load dryer and using this helped reduce the static and I haven’t had to run the dryer twice so far for my normal loads. This is really great on for use on towels.
Works great, haven't seen any fuzz or shedding, doesn't she'll like burnt plastic like the, you know, plastic ones. Definitely heavier though, expect some thunking on light loads.