Zero Waste Organic Wool Dryer Balls - Free Shipping – Well Earth Goods

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Grey Organic Wool Dryer Balls | Well Earth Goods
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Zero Waste Organic Wool Dryer Balls - Free Shipping

Regular price
$38.50
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$38.50
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Efficiency

Dryer balls save time and energy by cutting down on reduce your dry time by 10% – 25% per load!  They also help reduce static and wrinkles.

Our Organic Wool Dryer Balls are handmade in the US. They soften your laundry naturally without any of the chemicals of conventional fabric softeners. Unlike the plastic dryer balls, they are PVC free and won’t fall apart or melt.

Humane Practices + US Farm Support

The wool for these balls are processed in a historic wool mill in central Maine. They have a strict policy that supports animal welfare standards and encourages and supports the farmers that they buy from to use best management practices as established by the USDA.

Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil and throw them in your dryer. That way you will ensure that your clothes smells fresh and that you avoid static electricity.

Dimensions

2.75 inch diameter each ball

Whats in the box?

3 US grown and made wool dryer balls.  Perfect for small to medium loads.  Choose White or Grey.


These wool balls are a naturally source product that will eventually decompose after their 1000 loads. When you add dryer balls into your load, the balls will get in-between the towels and clothing, separate and pull them apart with their weight to help the dryer to heat your laundry more quickly and efficiently. They will help you reduce your energy usage. Also when you use dryer balls you avoid the commercial dryer sheets that are typically saturated with chemicals and perfumes.

Shipping practices

All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning. No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.