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    • Lauren

      DIY dryer balls - cut down on drying time. They’re softer and thus quieter than tennis balls, and they are naturally antibacterial, and when doused with a bit of essential oil, a near perfect substitute for disposable dryer sheets. Natural, energy-efficient, and sweet smelling.

    • anne-fleur inizan

      diy wool dryer balls. can't wait to make these and add a couple drops of essential oil. our laundry will smell so good!

    • Jill Foxhall

      DIY Dryer Balls -- I LOVE this, especially adding essential oils. Be sure to click through to how to!

    • Nicole Bliss

      DIY dryer balls I will be giving this a try for sure! Way cheaper than dryer sheets or those one's you can buy that serve the same purpose. Love that you can add essential oil for fragrance without irritating those who are sensitive.

    • Chris Fowler

      DIY wool dryer balls. Add a couple drops of essential oil to make laundry smell good!

    • Tiffany Hougardy

      DIY Dryer Balls - cut down on dryer time, douse with essential oil to freshen laundry

    • Lai King Moy

      DIY or Buy: Felted Dryer Balls | Quilting |

    • Dania Laubach

      DIY Dryer Balls #diy #laundry #dryerballs #craft

    • Adrian Lopez

      DIY Dryer Balls! Love this idea!!!

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