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  • Kristi Redington

    A very simple tutorial for making wool dryer balls. (Eliminate chemicals and potential fire hazards from fabric softeners.)

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    How to Make Wool Dryer Balls – $ave Money and Control Static

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    Wool Dryer Balls Instructions

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  • Karen Berg

    Wool Dryer Sheets with essential oils. Not only, does it eliminate chemicals from dryer sheets, it also cuts down on your drying time. Saves energy!

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