Wednesday, February 25, 2009

dryer balls


dryer balls...no, they're not related to the little beasts that eat random socks in your dryer:)  they actually save money and the earth's resources!  these balls are designed to reduce drying time by separating laundry while it tumbles and allowing warm air to flow more efficiently.  they also soften your fabrics without using chemical softeners.  they have been proven to make ironing easier, decrease lint and reduce drying time up to 25%!  they are totally reusable...just leave 'em in your dryer and forget about them.  and if that isn't enough.....i just found a site that tells you how to make your own!!  (yes, i watch too many infomercials:)  act now, this offer won't last!  oh, wait.  it will.  but still, get on this right away and let us know how it goes!

6 comments:

Jeana said...

Cool! I'm gonna try it and report back later :) What a great idea!

Liz_24 said...

I saw something on this on the Today show once. They said you could basically just use tennis balls and it does the same thing. Maybe I'll try it.

Anonymous said...

The "make your own" link doesn't work anymore :(

Sharon said...

What happened to the link?

Beth K said...

Can you please give me the URL because the link doesn't work. TIA

Grimm said...

I have WOOL dryer balls in my dryer. We have 24 of them so when we dry our heavy quilts they still do the job. To be honest 8 still do the job on normal loads.

You can make them yourself by 'googling' DIY wool dryer balls or support a small business and buy them from an etsy.com store.