Woolzies Handmade Dryer Balls - Laundry Just Got Fun. I'm Serious.

Laundry can be the bane of your existence if you don't have the right equipment.

One of the toughest challenges is getting bedding and sheets dry because they often wrangle themselves into a tight, hot, wet mess around the agitator. So you'd think it would be easier with a front loading machine that doesn't have an agitator. Nope, it's almost worse as there's nothing for it to latch onto, so instead it tangles into a long braid that takes 10 minutes - and a lot of elbow grease - to undo. It's incredibly frustrating, but what can you do?

All you need, my friends, is Woolzies Dryer Balls.

These handmade, 100% pure New Zealand wool balls toss around with your sheets, giving them air to breathe and, as a natural fabric softener, makes 'em easier to climb into every night. And most importantly, they keep everything from snarling together.

You'll also:

-  save a ton of dough, as you won't need to get dryer sheets anymore and they last 1,000 loads
-  be free of all of those chemicals that softeners and sheets are always loaded with
-  save on electricity bills, because your drying time is now greatly reduced - up to 25% in large loads, even more in small ones
-  say goodbye to static cling (thank god, because if I go to one more function with the bottom of my dress clinging to me...)
-  be safe to use these even if you're allergic to wool (they're hypoallergenic and don't shed onto your items)
-  help the planet - no PVC here unlike those plastic dryer balls
- enjoy the soft sound they make as they tumble, unlike those plastic ones we were just talking about...
-  not have to iron as much, as these reduce, if not completely eliminate, wrinkles (sorry, no, you can't use 'em on your face)

Woolzies have pretty much changed my life. So much so that I wash my sheets and towels twice as often now because it's not so laborious.

Yes, I have found a product that actually makes you look forward to doing laundry.

What are you waiting for? Shop Woolzies Handmade Dryer Balls now.

Stephanie Dickison

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