Woolzies 6 XL Wool Dryer Balls, Natural Fabric Softener

Woozlies! Where have you been all my life? So far I have been using Woozlies around 2 weeks, they have cut the drying time of a load of a laundry almost in half (depending on the size of the load). I have not removed my fabric softener dryer bar, and I don't think I will just because I like the way it makes my clothes smell. I have not noticed a noise increase from using these, no more than normal. The clothes are fluffy and not in a ball, that has happened more than once with dryer sheets. The kids love "looking" for them when removing clothes from the dryer. WOOLZIES are guaranteed to last for 1,000 loads or your money back, not that I am counting but hey you can't beat that with a stick! Bonus: We have a cat and 2 dogs, 3 kids and 2 adults and we have not found a single hair on these as of yet, and we wash loads and loads of clothes a day.
I will update in a few months to let you know how things are going, if we are still using these and if we still like them. So far I'm very pleased, no complaints.

"In this spirit, we are very proud to present WOOLZIES®, The All Natural Dryer Ball Set. These sets of handmade pure wool dryer balls are special in several ways. They deliver the same benefits for laundry as conventional fabric softeners WITHOUT all the nasty chemicals. They save everyone a lot of money by eliminating the need to continuously spend on fabric softener liquid and sheets. They cut down on the time it takes to dry a typical load by at least 25% thereby saving everyone even more money and cutting down on fossil fuel usage. Finally, being as that they are handmade in the democratic republic of Nepal, they provide a steady source of income to the desperately needy women of that developing nation."---www.woolzies.com

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* I received this product in exchange for a review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *

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