The Fascinating Benefits of Laundry Dryer Balls

2019-12-02 12:10 pm

Wool Dryer Balls Inside a Dryer Machine

A packet of tumble dryer balls is the latest unexpected household product making massive waves on the internet. Wool dryer balls have received over 12,000 five star reviews on the net in recent times with thousands of consumers claiming the balls have dramatically improved the way they dry clothes.

Low Prices

The reusable balls, of which come in packs of six, are currently priced between $6 and $15.

No Chemicals - Completely Eco

The balls are made from 100% premium New Zealand wool and contain no synthetic fibers or chemicals, making them suitable for babies and those with sensitive skin.

Reduce Drying Time

The balls reduce drying time, soften and fluff fabric, and reduce static. They also help bed sheets stay untangled during the drying process.

The balls work by soaking up excess water and bouncing around the tumble dryer, naturally softening clothes. They also help improve airflow in the dryer which shortens dry time. We all know that shorter drying times mean a reduced power utility bill and this means more savings for you and your household.

Serves for Months

The product is estimated to last for over 1,000 loads, typically two to four years, and will not unravel. Another great feature is that their size is optimal for maximum dryer efficiency.

Natural Source of Wool Dryer Balls

When you load a big armful of wet towels into the dryer they will flop and tumble around. Normally fabric will stick together in the dryer, slowing down the drying process.

On the other hand, when you add dryer balls into your clothes dryer the balls will get in-between the towels and clothing. The balls will separate and pull them apart with their weight.

Helps to Recirculate of Hot Air

This, in turn, allows more hot air in and around your laundry helping the dryer to heat your laundry more quickly and suck the evaporated water out of the dryer more efficiently.

This more aerated drying also helps your laundry to feel drier when it comes out of the dryer.

Like I said above, dryer balls work by separating laundry in the dryer so that hot air can circulate more evenly and efficiently.

How Many Balls to Use?

What this means to you and me is that we can't dry great big loads of laundry at one time.

The dryer balls need room to work. Only dry loads that are small or medium-sized. If you're wondering how many dryer balls to use a common amount is 3 of the XL balls per load.

Grab your dryer balls and just throw them into the dryer along with your laundry.

That's it, your clothes dryer and the dryer balls will do the rest! Keep an eye on your laundry for the first few loads. Your laundry will dry much faster, and over-drying clothes aren't very good for them.

Do Not Forget to Replace Them!
Slice of a Wool Dryer Ball

You will want to replace wool dryer balls approximately every 1,000 loads. However, you will also know it is time to replace wool dryer balls once they begin to look scraggly.

You don't want chunks of wool fiber to rip off in the dryer. The occasional tissue making it into the dryer to disintegrate is bad enough.

In conclusion, the primary benefits of wool dryer balls are that they help to dry laundry more quickly and are made from all-natural materials. This means they are not harmful to you and they will save you more money and less stress.

Wool Dryer Balls by Twenty Stars™ were tested and used among thousands of our customers and we are proud to be one of the popular dryer balls sellers in the United States.