100% Wool Dryer Balls | package-free
Why consider a change? These pure wool dryer balls are a natural earth-friendly and long-lasting substitute to liquid and sheet fabric softener.
What are they: These balls prevent static cling, reduce drying time by 25% (due to the movement of the balls helping to agitate clothing + absorption), soften naturally, and reduce wrinkles.
How do they work? Pure felted wool dryer balls absorb moisture in your dryer which helps maintain the humidity level. The balls bounce around creating air circulation between your clothing. The result is softer clothes that dried faster with less wrinkles and static cling, and thus, they eliminate the need for dryer sheets and fabric softener. Pure Wool Dryer Balls are excellent for fluffing up cloth diapers, down jackets, duvets, towels & blankets. They will not harm your clothing or your dryer and the wool does not rub off or unravel. There are no fillers, dyes, perfumes or chemicals, only pure wool. They are safe for cloth diapers, baby clothing, and sensitive skin. They are fully compostable/biodegradable at the end of their life, which is about after 500 loads. After this time, they are less absorbent.
How to Use: Toss 2-3 balls in your dryer with your laundry. For a fresh scent throughout your clothing, drip a few drops of a preferred essential oil onto 1 or more balls to your preference. We love the fresh lavender-lime scent of Birch Babe's Fresh Linen option.
Ingredients: Pure natural wool
These dryer balls come in grey or white - please specify at checkout in the notes if you have a preference, if not, I'll pick for you!
Packaging: These dryer balls are bought in bulk and come unpackaged.
Moss Creek Wool Works is a woman-owned, environmentally conscious company that is committed to quality, hand-crafted Canadian design in Norfolk, Ontario. The idea for Moss Creek Wool Works began when the owner's 8 month old son developed full body hives after doing laundry at a laundromat. That prompted her to do some extensive research regarding the hazards of laundry chemicals and our consumption of unnecessary chemicals in our everyday life.