Homemade Wool Dryer Balls!

I’ve been using Wool Dryer balls lately and I think they are great! There are so many benefits and they are neat looking.

What’s so special about Wool Dryer Balls you ask? Tons of reasons!

  • They are Eco-Friendly! You can reuse them for years, there’s no waste, and they are made with natural materials.
  • Saves dryer time and electricity and money! 4-8 dryer balls in your dryer will cut drying time by 25%-50%
  • Saves dryer sheets! (No need for dryer sheets with wool balls!)
  • Saves fabric softener! (One of those things I can NEVER get cheap with coupons)
  • Chemical Free (If you need to know more, look up the chemicals in fabric softener and dryer sheets!)
  • Safer than the plastic/rubber dryer balls
  • Cloth Diaper Safe!
  • They can be fun and colorful! (Colored ones do have dyes, so keep that in mind when ordering)

And all that is why I have a new love for these things and why I’m bringing them to you! They will last for years and you simply keep them in your dryer at all times. If you’re interested in buying some 100% wool dryer balls please let me know as soon as possible. I’d love to offer these at a dirt cheap price, but wool is very expensive. I use beautiful, natural materials and you will love them! Shoot me an email with your order and PayPal address: [email protected]

Shipping costs will be determined on how many you order and where you live. I will weight and determine exact shipping cost and let you know if you’re interested. If you’re ordering a very large amount, a flat rate boxes start around $10.

My dryer balls are not scented yet, but if you guys are interested, let me know! Adding fragrances would be a small extra cost.

9 replies
    • Brandi says:

      It really depends on your load size, how “good” your dryer is, etc. 4-8 is recommended! Using less with help, but you may not notice much difference…using more would be pretty full and loud for most people! 😉
      I had 21 of them in my dryer today (felting them, not for personal use) and that thing was bouncing all over the place! lol!

      • Sylvia says:

        cool! I like to dry on low heat but that takes about an hour for a pretty big load of clothes. My dryer is pretty decent I think? But it would be nice to cut down on time – esp. when drying diapers and towels – those seem to take forever even though I use a higher heat.

        Do you know how many you could fit in a medium flat rate box? I might want to split an order with my mommy and since she will be here soon she can take hers home in her suitcase..

        • Brandi says:

          I like them for towels a lot! We have an old dryer… going on 20 years I think?! We’ve never gotten a new one since we moved here! But I know there are the newer “energy efficient” ones, but I don’t know how much dryer time shortens with the new ones. I’m sure it still helps. The dry wool “sucks” in the water from the wet/hot clothes and the balls also fluff the clothes around more to help them dry better. It’s like a simple science!

          I should have a medium flat rate around here somewhere… I’ll test it out tomorrow and let you know 🙂

  1. Elaine S says:

    Are they noisy?? I live in a mobile home and my washer & dryer are right at the end of the open common area/kitchen. I hate a noisy dryer!

    • Brandi says:

      Yes, they do make noise! The aren’t nearly as noisy as the PVC plastic balls though.
      We notice the noise, but it doesn’t bother us. 🙂

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