Wednesday, August 28, 2013

I've got more important things to do besides wait on my laundry: Woolzies



Have you ever experienced the awesomeness of wool dryer balls? Their awesomeness goes beyond gaining you crunchy mama points, you know.

  • By adding a pack of 6 Woolzies wool dryer balls to your dryer, you can reduce the drying time to about 25%. Me - I've got a dozen. I hate running the dryer and am experimenting with how many balls is too many balls before they don't make an impact on dryer time anymore. Today I washed and dried our sheets which normally takes a couple hours for our king sized stuff (along with stopping, untangling and removing already dried parts)- and it was done in less than an hour!!
  • When you save money on energy, you also save money on buying fabric softener. That's because the dryer balls are karate chopping and kneading your fabrics into submission.
  • Wool allergy? Don't worry - it's not an issue with wool dryer balls. The wool isn't touching your skin and the fibers don't shed.
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from The Pierogie Mama in October!


I received a pack of Woolzies Wool Dryer Balls for free using Tomoson.com
Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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28 comments:

  1. I find I need about 12 dryer balls to really make a difference. I have found a huge love for dryer balls!

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  2. I have really been wanting to try dryer balls to lower my energy bills.

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  3. I'd like to use dryer balls to save money on fabric softener and energy costs.

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  4. I have a few dryer balls, but I'd love to have more! We are temporarily renting an apartment with a really old and inefficient washer/dryer combo, so anything I can do to save money and time is definitely worth it.

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  5. our dryer seems to take an incredible amount of time so I would do anything to get that drying time cut way down! Living in Iowa makes it hard to use the clothes line from about November-March (sometimes even April!) so I'm forced to use the dryer!

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  6. These sound awesome! I hate running the dryer for a second cycle to get things dry.

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  7. I have been wanting to try wool dry balls to cut down on drying time and to not have to use fabric softeners.

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  8. I love that they reduce the drying time up to 25%. That means less electricity which can save my family money!

    Erin K. (erinknack08@yahoo.com)

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  9. Brigid OHara KoshkoFebruary 3, 2014 at 1:09 PM

    Save time and money that is awesome! I am always having to run the heavier clothes for a second time. This would be a huge timesaver.

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  10. I love dryer balls! I used to use the plastic ones to avoid the chemicals in dryer sheets (although the plastic isn't that good either), until I discovered wool dryer balls. Everyone on my list will be getting them for Christmas next year!

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  11. I have woolzies dryer balls and while they help to keep thing soft, I haven't noticed any decrease in drying time. I still like them though.

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  12. I have 7 dryer balls right now, which really only makes a noticeable difference in smaller loads. I have noticed an increase in the amount of static in the laundry when I use them? Has that ever been an issue for you?

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  13. I have never used dryer balls but I have seen nothing but great reviews about them. Great way to save money and be green!

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  14. I'm really not sure if dryer balls are for me. I would try them if i found them for cheap/free, but I'm really happy with using dryer sheets:) I only buy dryer sheets 3 times a year, a grand total of $10 and I don't have to worry about losing them. And our electricity bill is only $16 with the heater on last month. I LOVE saving money, but this just doesn't cut it for me. Sorry:/

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  15. I currently use dryer balls and love them :) They have decreased the time it takes to dry my laundry, and I love that they are cloth diaper safe!!

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  16. I've never used Wool dryer balls before, but I'd like to try them to cut down on drying time & energy costs!

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  17. We use these and I think they make more static now lol. but im still glad I have them and will keep using them since the are natural .

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  18. I would love to try to replace the super scented fabric softener that we use at home

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  19. what a great cost savings. Have never found a great one to use.

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  20. I would love to try these, our laundry is always so static-y :(

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  21. I think they would cut my diaper drying time down!

    -Hannah Avery

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  22. Love my woolzie dryer balls, added bonus the kids chase them around when they bounce out of the dryer!

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  23. This is the 4th review ive seen on these this morning! I need to try them!

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  24. They cut the drying time and are so much healthier to use then the sheets.

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  25. I love my dryer balls! They really speed up the drying time.

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  26. I'd like dryer balls to reduce drying time aka save electricity aka save money

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  27. I really need to try these, I have a pellet stove so I hang things on racks at night during the winter and outside in the summer. But I still have to use the dryer in the winter for the sheets and it take forever. Love to cut down on the drying time :)

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  28. We actually use Woolzies and need more since ours are over a year old

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