Wool Dryer Balls REVIEW!

Since my daughter has so many allergies I have never used drier sheets. These wool balls are an amazing alternative to dryer sheets. These not only cut down your drying time but they remove static. KC's clothes get ultra soft without all the extra chemicals.  Overall these are amazing. 

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Here's what the company has to say about their product: 

Vita's Wool Dryer Balls decrease drying time without the harmful chemicals found in commercial fabric softeners and dryer sheets. Not only can they save you money on your utility bills, they last for hundreds of washes!

Q: How do they work?
A: It's simple! Vita's XL Dryer Balls bounce around in the dryer, separating your clothes. This allows more hot air to circulate through your garments. As they tumble, the balls fluff up your laundry, reduce wrinkles, and bounce against your laundry to make it softer. Our unique wool felted design can also absorb moisture coming off of the clothes, helping to reduce drying time further.
As a bonus, they do all this without adding artificial chemicals to your family's laundry!

Q: Why should I use wool balls, and not plastic ones?
A: Do you really want super hot plastic or PVC dryer balls bouncing around in your family's clothes? We wouldn't recommend heated plastic bouncing around in the clothes your family wears. Ditto for tennis balls. Vita Wool Laundry Balls are made with 100% New Zealand Wool.

Q: How do I use my Vita Wool Dryer Balls?
A: Add 3 - 4 Dryer Balls to your dryer load, depending on the size of the load. Use 3 -4 balls
for small or medium loads, and 4 - 6 for larger loads. Be prepared to reduce your overall drying time to avoid static -- often times, static can be a result of over drying.
Q: What if I see pilling on my dyer balls?
A: Pilling may occur on some wool balls. They will continue to work just as well, if not better, due to increased surface area.

Q: Can I use these with essential oils?
A: Yes, absolutely! Adding 1 - 2 drops of your favorite essential oil to each ball if you'd like to add fragrance to your laundry load. 

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