How to use Wool Dryer Balls and do they really work?

How to use Wool Dryer Balls and do they really work?

If your clothes dryer is frustrating on.

Sure, they are not as environmentally friendly as the majestic sun, but those that choose to, or those that have to use a dryer often complain that clothes get tangled, which results in you having to pull them out...untangle them, only to realise they are not really fully dry...and end up having to pop them back in...

This ends here. I am serious.

I have been using...some may say wool dryer balls for over a year now and I LOVE them!! Not only do they stop the tangles, they dry 25% faster, and reduce static, and wrinkles! Need I say more? 

What are Wool Dryer Balls?

The Wool Dryer Balls I sell here at Neatspiration are 100% Natural felted Australian Wool. Wool Dryer balls bounce around in your dryer and naturally create space between your laundry items, while the wool absorbs the moisture, allowing the hot air to circulate better, therefore reducing drying time. Finally, as wool absorbs 33% of its weight in water, only the outside layers of the dryer balls absorb the moisture, not through to the core, so they end up perfectly dry at the end of the cycle.

Why use wool dryer balls?

Not only will these high quality genuine wool balls will last for years, they are hand made in Australia and... 

  • Reduce tumble drying time by 25%
  • Save energy
  • Save money
  • Soften clothing and bedding
  • Reduce static
  • Reduce wrinkles
  • Chemical free
  • Biodegradable
  • How do you use wool dryer balls? 

  • Simply place them in your dryer along with your wet, clean clothes and turn on your machine.
  • Balls will pill, this is an indication they are working well. Feel free to remove the pills and continue. Or not.
  • To naturally scent your clothes, add your choice of pure essential oils to each ball. You can even tailor the oil used to the load of washing being dried.
  • When your balls are not in use, you may keep them inside the dryer cavity or place them back in the bag which they came in. Please avoid storing them in plastic.
  • Efficiency of each set is good for hundred’s of loads, once balls become dense/firm, it’s time for a new set.
  • Find out even more about Wool Dryer Balls here


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