100% Pure Ethical Wool Dryer Balls - 3 Pack Made in Canada
Handmade in Canada, these pure felted wool dryer balls save time and money. The balls absorb moisture in your dryer and bounce around creating air circulation between your clothing. The result is softer clothes that dry faster with fewer wrinkles and static cling. By reducing drying time (by up to 30%), they save on electricity and preserve the lifespan of your clothing. Free of harmful chemicals, toxins, carcinogens, perfumes or dyes, they are safe for those with asthma, eczema, sensitive skin, and allergies. Durable, reusable, and compostable, they naturally soften over 1000+ loads of laundry.
Wool dryer balls eliminate the need for dryer sheets and fabric softener. The easiest way to scent your dryer balls is to simply dab a few drops of essential oils on 2-3 of the balls. Let them dry for about an hour (or quick-dry them alone in your dryer) and then toss them in with your laundry. We recommend using 3 for a normal-sized load and 6 for bulky items.
- Material: Merino and Corriedale wool
- Care: store them in your dryer between loads
- Condition: New in Paper Box (Condition Guide)
Handmade in Norfolk County, Ontario ♥ Sustainable + Ethical
Bring your down-filled puffer jackets, pillows and duvets back to life with a quiet and gentle tumbling action. Fluff up your towels and increase their absorbency by eliminating harsh chemical residues. Simply toss them into the dryer and run the cycle as usual. Choose these dryer balls as an environmentally friendly, energy-saving alternative to disposable dryer sheets. This is a different brand, but same concept in the video below so you can see how it works.
IF IT'S DRYER-FRIENDLY, IT'S DRYER BALL FRIENDLY
Use these Dryer Balls just like dryer sheets; toss them in the dryer and run the cycle as usual. Use 3 at a time for small loads and 6 or more for medium-to-large loads.
All dryer-safe fabrics
Down-filled coats & jackets
We hand make our wool balls in Norfolk County in ON Canada using imported Merino and Corriedale wool. While we would love to use Canadian wool the wool fibre is not fine enough to felt properly and is better suited for wool batting. Our felting process ensures the wool fibres do not come on the clothes.
We make balls in 2 colours using the natural colour wool of the sheep – our wool is never dyed. While some people prefer the grey balls with dark fabrics, all colours are fine with any colour fabric. Our white balls tend to be a little softer as the merino wool is a slightly finer fibre than the grey and brown wools which are from Corriedale wool.
Where do you source the wool from?
We use to source our wool from New Zealand until we found out that their wool is sent to China to be processed. We now .
How do you process your wool?
Our wool supplier practises low impact, environment-friendly processing of the wool fleece into roving. Collected rainwater from a natural reservoir is used for washing and wastewater is treated naturally in holding ponds. In Canada, we use a pH balanced fabric wash (Forever New) to help during the felting process and remove any residual lanolin from the wool.