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Amazon: Yazer Wool Dryer Balls 6 Pack ONLY $8.59 (Best Price) – Soften Your Laundry Naturally

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For a limited time, head on over to Amazon.com where they are offering up this 6 Pack of Yazer Wool Dryer Balls for only $8.59 when you enter promo code YYYZZZOO at checkout (regularly $10.59+). Or grab this 10 Pack of Yazer Dryer Balls for just $12.99 with the promo code YYYZZZ99 at checkout (regularly $16.99+).

These Wool Dryer Balls soften laundry naturally with no chemicals or synthetics so they are great for those with sensitive skin and/or for babies. Made to last for over 1,500 loads, these balls replace dryer sheets and liquid softeners to save you money AND help to shorten drying time!

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Comments 11

  1. Jodie

    Can you use these if you are sensitive to wool? I’d like to reduce our product use, but the sensitivity concerns me. If anyone knows, I’d love to hear about it.

    • momof7

      Yes! I am sensitive admins can’t even use lanolin but have no issues with the wool dryer balls. If you’re worried you can wrap in tin foil.

    • Kristin M.

      I am super sensitive to wool and have had no issues using wool dryer balls. I don’t have these particular dryer balls but made my own out of wool yarn and I love them!

    • Jodie

      The H2S community rocks! Thanks for your perspective! Very helpful!!

  2. Cara

    I was worried about the same thing. I just Googled it, and it appears that the answer is overwhelmingly, no. So, I think they are safe to use with wool allergies.
    But I guess I will find out, well actually…my husband will find out 🙂

  3. kylee

    Am I the only one who got static in my clothes from using these??

    • Tara

      We get static bad as well, no over drying, just constant static!

      • Kate

        What do you mean when you say “over drying.” Are you saying the wool balls dry out? Does anyone have suggestions to reduce the static?

  4. kim

    add a little lavendar or lemongrass oil for a fresher scent.

  5. Kellie A Zollars

    Mine are a different brand, but I recommend you save your money. It may depend on how hard your water is or maybe even how old your washer and dryer are – our water isn’t hard and fairly new appliances – but the difference in static, softness and drying speed is minimal. I still use mine since I have them. They’re holding up well, but I won’t buy them again. I’ve used them for over a year now so thought I’d offer my 2 cents.

  6. angela hall

    I didn’t get this specific brand but I have been using wool dryer balls for over a month now and it cuts down the drying time by around 10 minutes or so! I love mine!

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