Ecoegg

Hypoallergenic Dryer Egg Refill Case of 12

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Reviews (4.3 out of 5 Grommets)

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3

Hmm

11/1/2019 by Melissa

I did not find that this product quite lived up to my expectations - I still toss it in to thee dryer nevertheless

3

Good product but.....

6/26/2019 by Cindy

I have bought the pink and the blue and the refills that you insert in the eggs eventually fall out during the dry cycle. Then you have to try and find them! There ought to be a way to snap the top so that these refills won't fall out. Good product but frustrating when this starts happening because then it happens every time!!!

3

Problem with Dryer egg refills

5/24/2019 by Patricia

I originally had no issues with the scented refills that came with the Eco Egg. When I ran out i ordered more boxes of the refills. The scent is nice but the refills are Not the right size and fall out of the egg in the first 3 loads of laundry. I find them loose in every load of laundry. I am not happy and may have to abandon the use of the eco egg which I did like using. Others have also mentioned the refills fall out. Someone should check on the quality control of the refills. I now have several boxes which all fall out of the egg. Money wasted.

3

Freshness seemed iffy

2/14/2019 by Sandra

Hard to get in and harder to remove from the egg.

3

Just ok

2/13/2019 by Chris

I still have to use fabric softener most of the time with it.

3

Nice!

7/26/2018 by EcoYes!

Love the fragrance but wished it would last longer.

2

Works like all dryer balls.

6/27/2019 by Kyle

They work . . . But not any better than ordinary dryer balls. I thought having inserts would be an alternative to dryer sheets. They don't give the clothes much scent.

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The Ecoegg Story

Don’t buy laundry detergent again till 2020.

Laundry Load

When we first heard about Ecoegg’s all-natural, long-lasting laundry detergent alternative and dryer eggs, they sounded almost too good to be true.

When you do the wash, you don’t need to use pods or liquid detergent. Toss Ecoegg’s washer egg in with your load and the pellets inside do the cleaning and stain fighting. Ceramic pellets weaken the bonds between dirt and fabric, while mineral ones ionize the oxygen in the water, lifting grime without damaging fibers.

Each laundry egg comes with enough refillable pellets for 210 or 720 washes. Whether it’s just you or you’re washing for the whole
family, one egg could last for up to three years.

Ecoegg makes hypoallergenic dryer eggs, too. They’re dermatologically tested for sensitive skin. Fragrance sticks infuse your clothes with a fresh scent and the nodules on the egg’s surface soften fabric and reduce drying time by almost a third.

Enjoy a more wallet- and environment-friendly way of doing your laundry.
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