Pure Wool Dryer Balls

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6/18/2014 by JoAnn

I thought this was a great idea but I have noticed no decrease in drying time, no increase in softness,and no decrease in wrinkles. Static may be cut down a bit but not enough to make this purchase worthwhile. Additionally, and I may be way off base about this but, quite frankly, even though these are really lightweight, I have a concern in the back of my mind about the extra wear and tear these MAY be causing my dryer given that they really bang around in the drum.


Disappointed in product

6/10/2014 by Diana

I am disappointed with this purchase. I have not seen any difference as far as softness or wrinkles, therefore have gone back to my softener sheets.


Not happy!

6/2/2014 by Verna

Thought it would be great to use instead of dryer sheets, but even with a small load everything full of static!


wasted money

3/25/2014 by Don

My wife ways she can no difference with these dryer balls in and that I wasted my money



2/6/2014 by Sandra

Did not eliminate any stactic.....in fact, the clothes had MORE static.

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The Woolzies Story

Woolzies - Natural Fabric Softener Dryer Balls

Naturally Soft

When the laundry comes tumbling out of the dryer, we want it to feel soft and smell good. If you’ve been using the same synthetic dryer sheets for years, it’s time for a change. There’s a new kid on the block, and it’s a lamb of a product.

Meet Woolzies. These are dryer balls with a difference. Composed of soft yet supple New Zealand wool, Woolzies will eliminate static cling, reduce dryer time (which saves energy), and make your clothes and linens super soft. Woolzies won’t melt or disintegrate, and they last for load upon load of laundry. These dryer balls are all natural and have no
artificial smell or residue. They also beat out wrinkles so you don’t have to iron.

Woolzies come to us from Soft By Nature, a family-owned company run by eco-advocate Eli Feuer in New York’s Hudson Valley region. The New Zealand wool is turned into balls in Nepal, where the work is an important source of income for many women, so you can feel good about your purchase. We would never pull the wool(zies) over your eyes.
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