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Overview

About Woolzies Dryer Balls - 6-Pack

Overstock. Love the soft feel of laundry after tumbling around with dryer sheets? Woolzies' Dryer balls give you a chemical-free solution that produces the same downy-soft results, reduces static and wrinkles, and cuts down on drying time by 25%. What's not to like about that?

Specs

Specs about Woolzies Dryer Balls - 6-Pack

  • Material: Wool
  • Weight: 14 oz.
  • Made in Nepal

Reviews

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4.610389 5 Overall Rating: 4.6 Based on 77 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by CMK from Pacific NW on Saturday, December 10, 2016
Great alternative to chemical dryer sheets. I put a few drops of essential oil on them and clothes come out clean, fluffy. Dryer sheets can give cotton towels a greasy feel and less absorbent. These are re-useable and seem to last forever. Definitely recommend.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by dogrunner1 from Midwest on Thursday, July 5, 2018
    I don't like adding a lot of chemicals when I do laundry, so I don't use fabric softener or dryer sheets. These dryer balls are a nice alternative. They do help prevent wrinkles and fluff up my sheets and towels. Maybe they cut down on drying time, but I have not verified that yet. I keep them in a shoe box on top of my dryer when not in use, because my dogs think they are dog toys. If you don't like adding chemicals to your laundry, I recommend trying these. I'd give them 5 stars, but I can't yet say that they last for 1000 cycles.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Calikeli from Redondo Beach, CA on Thursday, May 31, 2018
    Wanted to love these...maybe they help toss a light dryer load around to help dry more quickly, but they have not helped at all with static.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Natalie from Montana on Tuesday, May 29, 2018
    these dryer balls work great for fluffing up your clothes and getting the wrinkles out . soft too , a bit static clingy , but in , western Montana , static electricity seems to be quite heavy , so location my make a diff on these dryer balls. , in that regard . I rarely throw a dryer sheet in anymore. and the clothes do seem to take less time to dry.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sock lover from Missouri on Sunday, April 29, 2018
    We never used dryer sheets, so I thought this might be a good way to improve our laundry. I'm not sure if things dry faster, but they sure come out less wrinkled. The static is still there, though. I don't think I would buy them again since they really don't make that much difference.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Melanie from Oregon on Wednesday, April 25, 2018
    I was happy to find a product that does almost everything a fabric softener does. The clothes come out of the dryer soft and looking wonderful. Depending on what you are drying there may be minimal static cling. Much better than adding more chemicals to our skin.

Question & Answer

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  • “Can you use these balls in place of tennis balls that are required to dry down goods, such as down jackets and vests?”
    Asked by Chris from California on 3/8/2018 2:05:44 PM
    • Yes! They are the perfect replacement for tennis balls.
      Answered on 3/8/2018 2:28:32 PM by Melrose from MI
    • Yes--I have and they worked fine.
      Answered on 3/8/2018 2:39:24 PM by Michigander from Michigan
    • You know I would think so since they are wool and soft but firm. Hope that helps. I love them and never take them out of the dryer
      Answered on 3/8/2018 2:54:25 PM by Trapshooter from Arizona
    • They are almost exactly the same size as tennis balls so I'm sure they would work well with down clothing and bedding.
      Answered on 3/8/2018 4:57:15 PM by Kate in CA from California
    • yes . they work great for down stuff.
      Answered on 3/8/2018 5:07:07 PM by Natalie from Phelps
    • Yes. I have used them for that as well.
      Answered on 3/8/2018 6:40:04 PM by CR Walker from Cedar Rapids Iowa
    • Yes, that should work fine.
      Answered on 3/9/2018 8:06:17 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Absolutely - I really like the balls. They help keep your laundry from balling up. I think helps dry your laundry faster. Well made, durable - I've been using them for about 6 months. No sign of wear. Good product
      Answered on 3/10/2018 12:32:53 PM by Suzanne from Kansas
  • “About the colors - changing? (1) When "add few drops of favorite essential oil" - will that discolor the "white" balls? (2) Do the "white" balls get dingy over time! (3) It's color just a personal preference? Or, as some (few) speak about "lint" - maybe, is it practical to use the light with light load, the dark with dark load ? (4) There are now several brands of these. Aside from the obvious difference of some actually have added chemicals, ignoring those - is they any real difference? Thanks. (Been considering these for some time...)”
    Asked by Sometimes-Urban Jane from Pacific on 10/23/2017 4:58:18 AM
    • Hi Jane , I got purple balls , the 6 pk . mine do not leave ant lint on the clothes , in fact the balls get like lint balls on them , they say that may help the "process" they do not stay the color you get simple cauz the lint the get , but still recognizable color . not sure what you're looking for in these , 1 thing I do not know about them is what essential oil does to the color , I have not tried the oils (yet). just dont think about it , Ive had mine for 2 or 3 weeks . I would just buy a set you like before they're gone , and try them out , you wont be bummed that you bought them , as the DO fluff your clothes up and leave them wrinkle free , and they do remove lint , I think , ..mine are lint free , there is some static cling in the clothes tho . I really like them ,
      Answered on 10/23/2017 3:41:01 PM by Natalie from Montana
    • UPDATE from original question: Now, there's a similar product (not here) described as "Black Wool Dryer Balls For Dark Laundry" - AFAIK, from natural color of those sheep. I'm confused. Nonetheless, I'll get a set now, and then I'll see whether too also look/wait for dark ones.
      Answered on 10/28/2017 4:28:13 PM by Sometimes-Urban Jane from Pacific
    • I have used the white ones for over a year, and use 3 for light color loads and the other 3 for dark colors. The ones I use for dark colors do have dark colored lint on them, mostly from jeans, I think. But the balls do not transfer color even after they have absorbed color -- my husband put the dark balls in with light colors and all was fine! These things are awesome -- they fluff clothes nicely, and don't have the chemical smell that tennis balls have.
      Answered on 4/26/2018 10:46:15 AM by Sophie from Wyoming
  • “How large (Inches in diameter) is each ball?
    Asked by value shopper from PA on 9/2/2017 9:20:46 AM
    • 3 inches, about like a baseball.
      Answered on 9/2/2017 11:26:06 AM by SnowGypsy from Kansas
  • “My skin is highly sensitive to any bit of abrasive fabric, a nice defference is noted using Woolzies. Problem is, my dryer (highly rated dryer) is becoming increasingly noisy. Does anyone else share my concern?”
    Asked by Happy on the Ranch from Colorado on 4/20/2017 4:47:01 PM
    • Well, not so far... but I only use mine for drying sheets.
      Answered on 4/20/2017 4:51:46 PM by 3dvizwiz from Boulder, CO
    • I use a Speed Queen top loading washer (and dryer) similar to commercial washers, and the spin cycle seems to remove a lot of the water. I have six of the wool dryer balls in the Speed Queen dryer; when the wet laundry is first placed in the dryer, and it's turned on, there is a lot of banging around at first, but this soon quietens down (but not entirely). My dryer has a large heavy duty drum, and I do not have problems with it being unbalanced, nor is their any damage that I have noticed.
      Answered on 4/20/2017 5:36:52 PM by Bill from Oklahoma
    • Woolzies should not cause any thumping sounds..and I have a top rated dryer. Just making sure...you only use the woolzies in the dryer...never washer then dry, then the weight of wet woolzies might cause thumping. I just leave my woolzies in the dryer and never remove them.
      Answered on 4/20/2017 5:40:41 PM by hjkazoo from Kalamazoo, Michigan
    • Yes, when my Woolzies are in the dryer, it does make a lot more noise as they bounce around inside the drum.
      Answered on 4/20/2017 6:17:12 PM by jg from California
    • The dryer balls do make a sound when tumbling, but the noise level of my dryer machine has not changed. My dryer is in my basement. I hear them upstairs but soon it is only backgrynoise.
      Answered on 4/20/2017 10:56:05 PM by MoGal from Ks
    • I haven't had a problem with that. What kind of noise? Could the dryer need to be leveled? Not much to a dryer to make noise, squeaky belt?
      Answered on 4/21/2017 6:26:38 AM by SnowGypsy from Kansas
    • Yes, using these balls will result in a noisier sounding dryer, but varies depending on the size of the load you are drying.
      Answered on 4/25/2017 6:33:43 AM by allthatglitters from Stearns, KY
  • “How long do these last? ”
    Asked by Stephanie from South Dakota on 4/2/2017 5:53:24 PM
    • so far, forever... (e.g., six months with no wear)
      Answered on 4/2/2017 5:54:59 PM by 3dvizwiz from Boulder, CO
    • I've been using mine for about a month so far and they still look like they are brand new and most importantly are taking care of the static. The box said they should last for 1,000 loads.
      Answered on 4/2/2017 6:24:39 PM by jg from Californi
    • Stephanie, I don't know how long the dryer balls may last. My use of them has only been a month or two. My guess is they should last a long time. They don't show any sign of wear.
      Answered on 4/2/2017 6:24:44 PM by Bill from Oklahoma
    • I've had mine for 2 years and they are still fine. I bought some for the kids. One family got them soaked and they had to toss them and get new.
      Answered on 4/2/2017 7:04:57 PM by MoGal from Ks
    • I have been using them for over a year and don't see and deterioration.
      Answered on 4/2/2017 8:19:41 PM by Dogsmom from SF Bay Area
    • Their website says around 1,000 loads.
      Answered on 4/3/2017 6:44:28 AM by SnowGypsy from Kansas
    • According to the manufacturer, these should last up to 1,000 loads.
      Answered on 4/3/2017 8:33:45 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • I anticipate they will last several years.ive used mine daily for several months and see no wear. They do not eliminate all static but they help clothes dry faster with less wrinkles.
      Answered on 4/5/2017 9:26:56 PM by allthatglitters from Stearns , KY