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DYI Dryer Balls. Commercial fabric softeners and dryer sheets are filled with harmful chemicals and perfumes that coat your clothing, eventually ending up on your skin. These chemicals can be especially harsh on sensitive skin. There are no chemicals in wool dryer balls!

balls (wouldn't they make your clothes lint-y?). or for decoration, too!

  • Barbara Manter

    Wool dryer balls last for years - I've used the same 3 for a year now and I know they have at least a year left in them if not 2 or 3. I wouldnt use anything else.

  • Michelle Climent

    what do they do for the clothes in the dryer?

  • Shannon Brame-Collier

    Michelle you use them instead of fabric softener

  • Barbara Manter

    They reduce static, actually help the clothes dry a bit faster, collect lint and soften.

  • Everything Your Mama Made & More!

    We love ours!! We have 4 but for larger loads I wish we had a few more. Wool can absorb something like up to 300% it's weight in moisture? All I know is they work much better then the rubbery/plastic ones! We are a family of 6 and go through a LOT of laundry.

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

Make Your Own Wool Dryer Balls. What wool dryer balls do: absorb moisture from the clothes in the dryer, cutting your dryer time by 25-50%! help reduce static cling, soften clothes, can lightly scent clothing naturally with essential oils (optional), save a lots of money–dryer balls can last 7 years and remove static naturally. These dryer balls are wonderful for sensitive skin in children and adults. No chemicals, just pure wool bouncing around in your dryer saving you money.

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

DIY dryer balls will cut down on drying time and soften laundry at the same time.