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Apr 10

Little Lamb Dryer Balls

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 Little Lamb Wool Dryer Balls are a great alternative to traditional fabric softener.

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Product Description:

  • Wool Dryer Balls Replace Dryer Sheets & Liquid Fabric Softeners, without Chemicals or Synthetics (perfect for those with sensitive skin & babies)
  • Felted Wool Dryer Balls Shortens Drying Time (use 3 balls for small/med load, 5-6 for large) Reduces drying time up to 25% for large loads, and up to 40% in smaller loads saving you Hundreds of Dollars Per Year
  • 100% Premium Organic New Zealand Wool Dryer Balls are Not Only te Perfect Natural Fabric Softener, They Last for More than 1000 washes!
  • Wool Balls for Dryer are 100% Natural and Hypoallergenic – Which means no more harmful fabric softeners, plastic dryer balls, or dryer sheets
  • Natures Perfect Fabric Softener – Natural Fabric softener wool dryer balls cut costs, protects your family and helps keep our water supplies clean

My Review:

Dryer balls are a great way to save money but keep your clothes soft as well. My family has sensitive skin so I have to be careful with what chemicals we come in contact with. Dryer balls are a safe/inexpensive alternative to traditional fabric softener.

The dryer balls are reusable. You can use essential oils on them to make your clothes have a nice fresh scent. You can change up the scents as well.

Dyer balls are great for children’s clothes to make them softer to keep the fire retardant material in tack.

It is recommended for a small load to use 3 dryer balls and 6 for large loads. If you have an extra large load you should use 8.

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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