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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.

Easy to make - they save you time, money, and energy - and they make great gifts!

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

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!!

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

Ditch the dryer sheets with all-natural, eco-friendly Smart Sheep 100% Wool Dryer Balls. Handmade from New Zealand wool, Smart Sheep is the most affordable brand on the market. Shortens drying time, saving you money and energy. Each durable set lasts for 3-5 years so you can stop buying disposable fabric softening products. Wool dryer balls will soften and fluff laundry without chemicals. Great for babies, cloth diapering, those with allergies, or for anyone who does laundry!

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.

got wool - the different kinds. So weird, my boyfriend and I were just discussing last night why Angora goats make Merino wool.

Ironing with foil under garment To get wrinkles out of silk, wool, and rayon clothes that can't take direct heat, place a piece of foil on your ironing board, then lay the garment flat over it. With the steam button down, pass the iron three to four inches over the fabric several times. Wet heat radiating from the foil helps smooth out wrinkles.