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Organic Wool Dryer Balls, 6-Pack

Organic Wool Dryer Balls, 6-Pack

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A great alternative to single-use, chemically treated dryer sheets and fabric softeners. Our natural wool dryer balls can reduce drying time by up to 40% as well as reduce wrinkles and static cling. They also help remove pet fur, hair, lint, dander and other debris from your laundry. Handmade from 100% cruelty-free, premium New Zealand wool. Our wool is sourced from family-owned farms in New Zealand where sheep are ethically and humanely treated. 

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Certified Cruelty Free by Leaping Bunny
Fair Trade Certified
Hypoallergenic; Free of chemicals, hormones, and pesticides
Reusable for 1,000+ loads
Set includes 6 dryer balls with organic cotton storage bag
Disabled woman-owned business
Handmade in Nepal


How to Use

Use a minimum of 4 dryer balls for small loads, and all 6 for large loads. For shortest drying time, use all 6 balls. Do not over dry. Our dryer balls are fragrance-free.


Each ball weighs approx. 2oz.


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