Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Woolzies Dryer Balls (Review & Giveaway)

I received a package of Woolzies Dryer Balls to review this week and I have to admit that I was skeptical at first.  I had heard of this product before, but I had not used them because I was very unsure if they would even work.  I do an average of three (3) loads of laundry every week.  Between the dogs and the ol'man things around here get pretty dirty.  I spend a lot of money each month trying to get the laundry to feel and smell like I want it too. Some fabric softeners smell wonderful while others soften better, so I am always giving up one quality for another.

The dryer balls:
Save time and energy by cutting down drying time
Help reduce static and wrinkles
PVC-free and won’t fall apart or melt
Hypo-allergenic and safe for those with sensitivities to wool
Last for hundreds and hundreds of loads (They claim 1000 loads!)


Woolzies are made of 100% Pure New Zealand Wool and are 100% safe for people with wool sensitivities.  You do not have to worry about them shredding in the dryer and getting all over your clothes.  

All you have to do is follow the directions.  Toss 6 or more Woolzies into the dryer with your clothes and start the dryer.  If your Woolzies lose their static reduction quality you can put them in a sock and run them through a wash cycle.  

It's that easy!  An added benefit that the Woolzies company does not tell you about is that the balls fluff up the laundry a little and you will find less tangled clothes in your dryer.  Woolzies does not leave a "fresh" scent on your cloths like a traditional fabric softener and I miss that, but they do take care of the static.  No more "crunching" noise when you pull the clothes out of the dryer. 

You can purchase a set of 6 Dryer Balls for $34.95 on the Woolzies website here. Or, thanks to the wonderful people at Woolzies, you can take your chances at winning a set from me in the Rafflecopter form below!  The giveaway will run from March 26, 2013 until April 17, 2013 at midnight.  

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Nana's Paradise received one or more of the products mentioned above for free for evaluation purposes.  Regardless, all opinions expressed and photographs shown are 100% my own.  Giveaway sponsor is responsible for shipping the prize to the winner.  

3 comments:

  1. currently using Bounce sheets, but would rather use Woolzies !

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  2. I use different brands of dryer sheets (whatever is on sale at the time)

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