Woolzie Dryer Ball Review

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What are Woolzie Dryer Balls?

These 100% Wool balls are an all natural alternative to dryer sheets or liquid fabric softener.  They come 6 in a package, which is the normal amount for a medium or large load.  These balls help you save money by drying your clothes faster and eliminates the need for commercial fabric softener.

Here are some great reasons to switch to Woolzie Balls:

  1. They reduce drying time by bouncing around, separating your clothes and making them dry 25 to 40% faster= money savings!
  2. They reduce the need for fabric softeners= money savings!
  3. They last for at least 1,000 loads= money savings!
  4. They are eco-friendly!  Regular liquid fabric softeners have so many harsh chemicals.  Woolzies are 100% natural wool.
  5. Even if you have a wool allergy, you won’t have any problems with Woolzies as they don’t shed and they don’t touch your skin.
  6. They help reduce static cling.
  7. Did you know that commercial fabric softeners have a chemical in them that destroys the fire retardant properties in children’s clothing?  It’s true!  Woolzies don’t have any added chemicals.
  8. THEY WORK!  Even my husband agrees!

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I can dry a load of towels in 40 minutes now instead of 55 minutes.  How great is that!  My clothes come out less wrinkled.  The sheets actually dry the first time because they don’t wad up into a huge knotted ball.  And they even attract hair and such, which is less that is left on the clothes.

I highly recommend these dryer balls to anyone who wants to save money and use less chemicals in their laundry!  TWO HUGE THUMBS UP!

 Special thanks to Woolzies for sponsoring this review and giveaway.  

I was given this product for review purposes only.  I was not given any monetary compensation.

To enter the giveaway, click the graphic below.

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