Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Tip #190 from Daily Eco-Tips - Use Dryer Balls

"Just toss 4 or so Wool Dryer Balls into your dryer. Being 100% wool is the best part about these balls as wool does not harbor bacteria. The wool fibers absorb static cling and the friction softens clothing and shortens drying time too! They will help the clothes and the air circulate freely in the dryer and can reduce drying times by over 25%!  You can get hand made eco friendly dryer balls and an eco friendly reusable bag from"

Haven't been asked to review these or anything.  Haven't even tried these yet myself, but I'm always on the look out for new eco-friendly tips, and really kinda growing on the idea of drying my wool balls.

[Why does that make me think of Alec Baldwin's "Schweaty Balls" SNL skit?]

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Sara said... 's Wool Dryer Balls are awesome! Cut's drying time, softens laundry without softeners and good for softening cloth diapers too. Saving you money, time and energy! Visit their site and read more about it!

JO ANNA GUERRA (of The Adventures of Saia and Chago) said...

Why do I suddenly feel like there's a hidden camera somewhere?