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Laundry. It’s something we all dread (at least I do), but it’s a necessary part of life. Anything I can do to make laundry easier, faster and more eco-friendly are huge bonuses in my book.
That’s why I love wool dryer balls. I’ve been using them for over a year now, but I have a few that needed replacing. They are pilling pretty bad and starting to get deformed, so I wanted to get more to optimize my use of them.
If you’ve never used wool dryer balls, did you know that adding 6 of them to your clothes dryer can cut drying time by 25% and soften your clothes naturally (as well as reducing wrinkles and static)? So you can save on your laundry-related energy costs while eliminating your family’s exposure to the horrible chemicals that are in dryer sheets.
So was was really excited to receive 6 new dryer balls from Woolzies to add to my dryer. These dryer balls are handmade from pure New Zealand wool in Nepal, and they provide a reliable source of income for the needy women of that developing country who make the dryer balls.
So far, I am impressed with the quality of the Woolzies dryer balls, and was pleased to read that they are guaranteed for 1,000 loads. I have put them through probably about a dozen loads so far, and I haven’t noticed any pilling like I’ve experienced with some other brands. I think they’ll last us well over the 1,000 load guarantee.
If you want to green your laundry routine, check out Woolzies dryer balls. You can pick 6 of them up for $34.95.