Dryer Balls


Dryer balls are most commonly made of tightly compressed wool, but can also be made of plastic or rubber.

They help prevent laundry from clumping together in the dryer by tumbling between layers and separating fabric. This action allows warm air to circulate better which can even help reduce drying time. The movement of the dryer balls against fabrics can also help fight wrinkles, prevent static and soften clothes.


The dryer balls do not need to be pre-washed. If you wish to wash your dryer balls in future, we suggest washing them by hand With a mild soap in luke warm water or you may wash the dryer balls in hot water on a gentle cycle then dry them on high heat in your dryer. This helps in restoring them as this process regenerates the wool and give the dryer balls a fresh recharge.

  • Add 2 to 6 dryer balls depending on the size of the load of your wet clothes on the dryer.
  • Replace wool dryer balls once they start to look scraggly. The dryer balls usually last for about 1,000 loads.
  • To give your clothing an uplifting scent, you may add a few drops of essential oils to the dryer balls.
  • The dryer balls are all-natural and free of chemicals. The dryer balls do not shed fibers,
  • The dryer balls help in removing dander, pet hair, fur, lint, and other debris besides softening your clothes. • The dryer balls do not add to the noise of the dryer.
  • Dryer balls dramatically reduces your drying times as the dryer balls force the laundry items apart and increases the hot air circulation around each clothing item. Dryer balls the refore also help prevent laundry from clumping together tumbling between layers and separating fabric.

This movement of dryer balls also helps in preventing wrinkles and static.

Tips for using wool Dryer ball:

  • Try a few drops of essential oil (lemon, lavender) to get a pleasant smell of your laundry.
  • Put 3-4 pcs organic wool balls for small or medium load and for large 6 pcs
  • You may also notice difference in size, texture, color as they are handmade
  • Over-drying may increase static cling, try to set shorter time or use moisture-sensitive setting to prevent static cling

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