Why Use Wool Dryer Balls ?

Why Use Wool Dryer Balls ?

Most dryer manufacturers do not recommend using dryer sheets as they can damage your dryer over time.  

Now, you can stop using synthetic fabric softeners and dryer sheets that are bad for our planet, can harm your skin, and leave a chemical residue on your clothes and expensive dryer.

SimpelHaus Wool dryer balls are designed to be gentle for both your laundry and your dryer drum.Simply open up your dryer, put in your wet clothes, throw three or four SimpelHaus Wool dryer balls into your laundry and turn on your dryer. Then, sit back and let these magical balls of wool turn your dryer into a more efficient machine.

Benefits of Wool Dryer Balls include:

Reduce drying timeSaves energy
Made from eco-friendly  Wool
Safe for your skin
Free of harmful chemicals and toxins
Reduce static electricity and any build up in the dryer
Can be reused in the dryer – up to 1,000 times
Much healthier for the environment
Removes pet hair from laundry (Wool Dryer Balls repel pet hair, sending it straight to the lint trap)

How long do wool dryer balls last? 

Wool dryer balls will typically last for more than 1,000 loads or somewhere between 2-5 years of use. However, you will also know it is time to replace wool dryer balls once they begin to look scraggly. You don't want chunks of wool fiber to rip off in the the dryer.

 

Are wool dryer balls harmful to dryers?

Safe for use in both gas and electric dryers, simply place the dryer balls in your dryer at the start of a cycle. Be sure not to overload your dryer with laundry, as this can prevent proper drying and extend drying time.

Are wool dryer balls better than sheets?

Dryer balls effectively reduce the time it takes for clothes to dry, which can save you hundreds in gas and electricity over time. Dryer sheets have no impact on drying time. Dryer balls, unlike dryer sheets, are reusable, which not only helps the environment but also saves you money

How do you clean dryer balls?

Yes, you can clean wool dryer balls! Simply wash them with your next load of laundry. Place each ball in the bottom of a clean sock and wash them in hot water on a gentle cycle. Dry them on high heat.

 

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