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Wool Dryer Balls
Wool Dryer Balls
CAD $30.00

Wool Dryer Balls

(Pack of 3)

Our pure felted wool dryer balls are handmade from Merino or Polwarth wool. They offer an environmentally-friendly, toxin and chemical-free way to save time, and money, during laundering.

What's so great about wool dryer balls?

- Safe for people with sensitive skin as they do not contain dyes, chemicals or perfumes.

- Eliminate the need for fabric softener and dryer sheets (and the nasty chemical residue they leave on your clothes and fabrics).

- They do not harbor bacteria and will not harm your clothing, or your dryer, as the wool does not rub off or unravel.

- Tested to last for 1,500+ loads (approx. 4-5 years)

- Reduces wrinkles and static cling.

- Saves time, money and resources by reducing drying time!

Pure felted wool dryer balls help maintain humidity levels in your dryer by absorbing and evenly distributing moisture. The balls create air circulation between your clothing as they rotate in the dryer which results in softer clothes that dry faster, with less wrinkles and static cling.

  • Put the dryer balls in the dryer along with your clean, wet clothes and turn machine on.
  • We recommend using 3 balls for a normal sized load, and 6 balls for bulky items.
  • To scent your clothes naturally, add a few drops of pure essential oils to each ball.
  • Store balls in dryer when they are not in use.

  • Do not over fill dryer. Overfilling the dryer is sure to lead to tangles and uneven drying, because the dryer balls won't have enough space to tumble and get air circulation through the laundry.
  • Dry synthetic fabrics separately. Synthetics like nylon and polyester are more likely to generate static cling in the dryer from the friction as they tumble back and forth. Wool dryer balls work best on natural fibers and will not entirely get rid of static cling associated with synthetic clothes. It's best to hang dry synthetic items, or remove them from the dryer when they are damp dry.
  • Do not over dry clothes. To get best results, remove clothes before they become too dry. This will result in less static cling and less wrinkles! If your dryer has a moisture sensor, use the 'less dry' setting versus 'normal.' When items are completely dry and no moisture remains in the machine, this invites static electricity into the mix. 

 

(Pack of 3)

Our pure felted wool dryer balls are handmade from Merino or Polwarth wool. They offer an environmentally-friendly, toxin and chemical-free way to save time, and money, during laundering.

What's so great about wool dryer balls?

- Safe for people with sensitive skin as they do not contain dyes, chemicals or perfumes.

- Eliminate the need for fabric softener and dryer sheets (and the nasty chemical residue they leave on your clothes and fabrics).

- They do not harbor bacteria and will not harm your clothing, or your dryer, as the wool does not rub off or unravel.

- Tested to last for 1,500+ loads (approx. 4-5 years)

- Reduces wrinkles and static cling.

- Saves time, money and resources by reducing drying time!

Pure felted wool dryer balls help maintain humidity levels in your dryer by absorbing and evenly distributing moisture. The balls create air circulation between your clothing as they rotate in the dryer which results in softer clothes that dry faster, with less wrinkles and static cling.

  • Put the dryer balls in the dryer along with your clean, wet clothes and turn machine on.
  • We recommend using 3 balls for a normal sized load, and 6 balls for bulky items.
  • To scent your clothes naturally, add a few drops of pure essential oils to each ball.
  • Store balls in dryer when they are not in use.

  • Do not over fill dryer. Overfilling the dryer is sure to lead to tangles and uneven drying, because the dryer balls won't have enough space to tumble and get air circulation through the laundry.
  • Dry synthetic fabrics separately. Synthetics like nylon and polyester are more likely to generate static cling in the dryer from the friction as they tumble back and forth. Wool dryer balls work best on natural fibers and will not entirely get rid of static cling associated with synthetic clothes. It's best to hang dry synthetic items, or remove them from the dryer when they are damp dry.
  • Do not over dry clothes. To get best results, remove clothes before they become too dry. This will result in less static cling and less wrinkles! If your dryer has a moisture sensor, use the 'less dry' setting versus 'normal.' When items are completely dry and no moisture remains in the machine, this invites static electricity into the mix. 

 

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