Molly's Suds Natural Wool Dryer Balls (3 count)
Avoid toxic dryer sheets and fabric softeners — you don’t need them! These Wool Dryer Balls naturally soften fabrics while reducing your drying time by up to 30%! They last up to 1,000 loads or three years in the dryer! Sourced from humanely sheared sheep, Molly's Suds Wool Dryer Balls are compostable and antimicrobial, naturally soften fabrics. They are great for all laundry including towels, comforters, clothing, baby laundry, delicates, and cloth diapers. Because the wool does not coat the fibers of fabrics with toxins like conventional fabric softeners do, it does not help to prevent static cling.
- Significantly reduces drying time by keeping laundry tumbling freely in the dryer
- 100% pure New Zealand wool balls help to naturally soften fabrics
- Perfect for use on all laundry, including towels, linens, clothing, baby laundry, and more
- Long-lasting and naturally anti-microbial
- Leaves no lint or fibers behind
- Safe for use in all dryers
- Replace after 3 years… or after your dog has hauled it off and played with it for hours!
100% mulesing-free New Zealand wool from sheep raised on registered family farms.
For naturally soft laundry and faster drying time, every time: Toss your Natural Wool Dryer Balls into your dryer. Add your wet laundry and start your dryer. Remove your laundry — just leave those Natural Wool Dryer Balls in the dryer for your next load!
Lightly Scent Your Laundry
Add 8-10 drops of your favorite essential oils directly onto the wool balls. Give them a few moments to fully absorb the oils, then toss them into the dryer with your wet laundry. The essential oils will infuse your laundry with a light aroma.
Break Static Bonds
Lightly dampen your natural wool dryer balls and pop them into the dryer for the last few minutes of the dry cycle. This helps break static bonds.
How many Wool Dryer Balls do you need?
3-6 Wool Dryer Balls for a regular load of laundry, and 6-9 Wool Dryer Balls for larger loads, towels, or sheets.
Dirty dryer ball? No problem!
Place the dirty wool balls into a mesh laundry bag or pillowcase and launder on a warm, delicate cycle. Then, put the balls in a sunny window until completely dried before returning to the dryer.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or health condition.