Woolzies dryer ball review - Our Daily Green

Friday, August 9, 2013

Woolzies dryer ball review

Our Daily Green has spent most of our summer getting our oldest green member of the family ready for college. Eighteen years of living in the Daily Green household has impacted her and she wants to carry on the green and environmentally friendly values that we have instilled, including how we do laundry.

Chemical free
Woolzies, Wool Dryer Ball, set of 6 ,Natural Fabric Softener
After learning how many laundry products contain synthetic fragrances and petroleum by-products, laundry is done a little differently in Our Daily Green's house. Several years ago, we learned about wool dryer balls and made several batches of them to use and give as gifts. We knew we wanted to send dryer balls along with our college prep package but lacked the time and inclination to make them this summer. Then like a fairy godmother, we were offered the chance to review Woolzies.

I have to admit, these are much better made than my handmade dryer balls, they do not unravel as mine are apt to do and they are uniform in size. They work beautifully and keep clothing static-free and unscented. Something many consumers do not realize is that dryer sheets and fabric softeners contain petroleum and actually coat the fabric with chemicals as it works. With dryer balls, the clothing has no scent other than clean and is static-free naturally, as the balls keep the clothing from rubbing together and creating static as it dries.

If you're interested in saving energy by having quicker drying times (the balls wick the moisture away from the clothing helping it dry faster), and drying your clothing without chemicals, we highly recommend Woolzies dryer balls. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter for promotional giveaways and discounts.

Woolzies are 100% pure New Zealand wool dryer balls reduce drying time by 25%. Woolzies have no chemicals at all and are also hypoallergenic so are safe even for people with wool sensitivities.

Our Daily Green received Woolzies for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we use personally and believe will be good for our readers.


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