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Woolzies Eco-Friendly Dryer Balls

        Whether we like it or not there is one thing in life we just have to do, laundry. Recently I was given the chance to review a product that I had heard a little about but wasn't really sure how they worked. Woolzies Dryer Balls are 100% New Zealand wool dryer balls that are said to do everything a traditional fabric softener would do, PLUS reduce drying time by 25%. This was very interesting to me, because as we have spoke before i am always looking for ways to save money! In the home the dryer can cost you nearly $20 a month for the average family. Take into account the expense of fabric softeners and you could be saving a minimum of $10 a month. I know I could use an extra $120+ a year! With 1,000 or more loads guaranteed per load, these will last for years on end to!

       Now I know what some may be thinking, what about allergies. Woolzies Dryer Balls are hypoallergenic and are safe, even for people with wool sensitivities. Of course if your allergy is severe approach this, like any product with care.
       Now I'll admit when these came I wasn't really sure how to use them, do I throw in 1 or all six??lol Well wouldn't you know it they came with directions, and yes I must have been having a blonde moment. When it came time to throw my wash into the dryer I threw in all 6 dryer balls and set my dryer to automatic dry, I figured then I would know about how much time they saved. It did seem to reduce the drying time by a little, the main thing I am liking about these dryer balls is the reduced amount of cat hair that I am seeing on my clothing, along with other fuzzies. Speaking of cats, we are now down to 5 dryer balls (working just as well) because my cat thinks they make a better toy then anything lol.
       To find out more about Woolzies head over to their Facebook page or follow them on Twitter. Woolzies are available to buy on their website HERE.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Alaina Bullock said…
I love these! They really do cut down on the amount of drying time, and even some of the static electricity. I have had mine for a year now, and they still work great!
Julia Potvin said…
I love these balls, we have used them for a while now and they work great!
These seem like a great product! Anything that saves on drying time is something I need.
wow kool product ill be checking them out soon great review

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