Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Wool Dryer Balls

Never purchase fabric softener again because wool dryer balls will save you money, energy, and time!  That's right, Green Beans makes handmade wool dryer balls that can used in place of your regular fabric softener.  They will not only reduce your drying time, but also save you money since you won't have to buy any fabric softener.  Unlike many other brands, they will not unravel  after only a months use, in fact, they will last over several years in your dryer!  Just think of all the money you can save by using wool dryer balls!

How exactly do they work you may be wondering? The answer is simply toss 4-6 of them in the dryer with your clothes, and let them go to work!  As the balls move around in the dryer they separate your clothing, which directs the warm dry air to the middle of your laundry load.  The more wool dryer balls you add the quicker the load takes,  the more money you save, and the more softer it makes your clothing.  

As a mother of an expanding family of six,  I am always up to saving money when I can, So I was excited to give the wool dryer balls a try.  I can't begin to tell you how much fabric softener we go through because it seems like we are constantly doing laundry.  The wool dryer balls were extremely easy to use, we simply tossed in five of them in our dryer with our load of clothes and put them to use!  To my surprise, the clothes were done about twenty minutes faster than usual.  In addition to that our clothes felt super soft, perfect for babies precious skin!  And,  did I mention there was no static on our clothing!

The wool dryer balls are perfect for washing cloth diapers, for those with sensitive skin, and for anyone that likes to save time and money(like myself).  You can purchase Wool Dryer Balls in Natural White or Natural Gray. 

BUY IT: You can purchase Wool Dryer Balls from Green Beans in a package of two, four, or six from $19.95 to $36.95. 

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*Disclaimer - I received the items mentioned above, free of charge, for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinion of their products.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*         


karenmed409 said...

I have not seen these before, I use a lot of softener sheets myself. Great way to go green.
Thank you for sharing

FireRunner2379 said...

My wife will occasionally put tennis balls in the dryer when she is washing a comforter or some other type of large item. I guess it speeds up the drying time by creating pockets of air where the blanket may be bound up. I will pass this link on to her as I am not allowed to touch HER laundry. My place is actually in the kitchen where I won't let her touch my pans!

My Journey With Candida said...

I have heard of these, but never tried them. Heading over now to check them out.

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