You all remember my Pin-tastrophe a few months back when I tried to make my own wool dryer balls? Yeah, it wasn’t pretty.
Thankfully there are some great companies out there that can make wool dryer balls much better than I can. Woolzies wool dryer balls are made from 100% pure New Zealand wool and work wonders in the dryer.
I received their pack of 6 dryer balls and immediately put them in my dryer. My clothes are soft and wrinkle free and get done drying even faster than before. I love that I can use the wool dryer balls and have a natural and safe alternative to chemical laden fabric softener.
I love wool dryer balls! If you haven’t tried them, you need to.
My little guy also loves Woolzies dryer balls. He is obsessed with them and is constantly taking them out of the laundry to play with them. I find the wool balls all over the house and even in his crib. He loves the soft fuzzy feel that they have and gets pretty upset if you try to take them away. They are non-toxic and totally safe so he can play with them all he wants
What makes Woolzies Dryer Balls a Pin-worthy Product?
- Safe & non-toxic
- Reduces drying time
- Pure wool
- Handmade in the democratic republic of Nepal, they provide a steady source of income to the desperately needy women of that developing nation.
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