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Save Time, Money, and Energy! Make Your Own Wool Dryer Balls | One Good Thing By Jillee

Totally need to make these. I'll add a few drops of essential oil before tossing in the dryer.

DIY Felted Wool Dryer Balls Dryer balls will also reduce static cling and cut your clothes drying time significantly {25-50%}. These nifty little felted wool dryer balls will do all of these things while happily bouncing around in your dryer.

Felted Dryer Balls may just be your easiest step away from unnecessary extra chemicals in your home.

DIY wool dryer balls. Another pinner said: I make these and haven't used a dryer sheet in over a year. They are awesome!!

How to Make and Scent Dryer Balls~Yarn dryer balls reduce static and absorb moisture, thus eliminating the need for dryer sheets. The balls will also give your laundry a fresh scent.

Make Your Own Wool Dryer Balls. I like this one it's simple and talks about using boiling water.

MACARONI CRAFT: ENERGY-SAVING SOCK BALLS | I have run across a myriad of options for Dryer Balls to cut your drying time in half, or so they claim. I've never tried it because, to be honest, I was being cheap. Instead of buying beautiful wool dryer balls or plastic as-seen-on-TV versions (and spending money) you can open up that awesome drawer of mismatched socks that you have nightmares about and GO TO TOWN!

Not into making wool dryer balls? Norwex has an alternative which will decrease drying time, lessen wrinkles, last for years: Dryer balls. I'm using the set I purchased six years ago, and there's no sign of them aging.