Amazon: Smart Sheep XL Premium Wool Dryer Balls 6-Pack Only $10.85 (Awesome Reviews)

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Hop on over to Amazon where you can score this 6-pack of Smart Sheep Wool Dryer Balls for just $10.85 after you enter the promo code SCHOOL36 at checkout!

These extra large 100% New Zealand premium wool balls are made in the USA and soften laundry naturally without the use of chemicals or synthetics (great for babies and those with sensitive skin). They also shorten drying time and will last well over one thousand loads!

On the fence? Check out the over 14,000 reviews that give this product a 4.6 out of 5 star rating! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Readers love these dryer balls too! Check out these comments:

Bought a pack for each of my family members for Christmas. We all use and love dryer balls. (And I seriously dislike fabric softener of any sort. It actually makes me cough and wheeze when other people use it and come close to me. They have no idea.)

For anyone on the fence about these- they are amazing! If you’re still using dryer sheets- read up on dryer sheets and get rid of them 🙂 I put a couple drops of essential oils on these and our clothes smell amazing!!!!!

I have been using these (yes this specific brand) for over 2 years and they work great. When I have a load of laundry with polyester fabrics I only need to add half a dryer sheet to reduce static.

I bought these same dryer balls a couple years ago, and they have really held up. This is a great price!

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  1. Dealzgurl

    Thanks for sharing this deal. I have some that I got through MightyNest that I threw in the dryer one day because I couldn’t find any dryer sheets. Talk about a money saver! I was wondering though how to add scent (cause I like a fresh clean clothes scent) so the essential oils tip is a great one! Might get these just because.

    • MtotheItotheB

      You just add a few drops directly to the wool ball(s). I usually do maybe 2 out of the 6. I would just start with 2-3 drops at a time.

  2. cpnkay

    I was just reading that it’s a fire hazard to put essential oils on these and put them in the dryer. Essential oils are very flammable. I would steer clear of doing that.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh darn! Thanks for the feedback. We have removed that tip from the post.

    • beth

      I add EOs to my candles and have no issues, I’ve also added EOs to my dryer balls numerous times. This is just my experience

    • CHakel

      100% pure essential oils are a wonderful addition to the dryer balls. The tricky part is when companies promote “pure” essential oils that are actually synthetic. As long as you find a reputable company, adding NO fillers to their bottles, you should be ok.
      Lemongrass is my favorite. 😍

    • Grandma Cathy

      just 2 or 3 drops will not make a fire and will make everything smell wonderful! I like lavender. I use Young Living, pure oils.

    • Sam Deal

      Certified Pure Essential oils (like DoTerra) are not flammable. I add Lavender (3 drops to each ball) to my wool balls and I have been doing so for years with no issues.

  3. Sarah

    Oh awesome! I have been wanting to try these for a while now and wouldn’t pay the high prices! This is a great price to try them at! Thanks so much!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Sarah!

  4. Serenity

    I’ve been wanted some of these. Thanks.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome!

  5. cpnkay

    Beth, I am sure people do it all the time without any issues, but it still is a potential fire hazard. It’s just something I would personally avoid doing, but understand not everyone would make that same choice.

  6. jen

    6 pack of wool dryer balls can be found on ebay as well for a few bucks less with free shipping.

    • riss

      The only cheap Smart Sheep brand I found on ebay was $3.99, but it’s for a used 6 pack dryer balls. The rest are all $15 and higher.

  7. Pooh

    I bought these quite a while ago. I must be the only person to have issues. I was left with the most static I have ever seen! Any suggestions?

    • Jodi P

      Same here! I use Seventh Generation free and clear liquid detergent, and oxy powder from Dollar Tree (EWG rates it the safest), my laundry is all cotton. I havent used any softener in years, and never had static problems……………but the wool balls made EVERYTHING static. I couldn’t believe it………even the balls themselves got stuck in the clothes like velcro. I now use those nubby dryer balls that look like chew toys, and those really soften the clothes and cut dryer time.

      So why are we getting static? I have hard water, but I don’t see why it would be an issue.

  8. Gina

    You are correct. I have been using for over a year!
    I will never go back to dryer sheets!!

  9. Daisy

    I got lots of static from the dryer balls too. Now I just use plain white vinegar added to the rinse cycle instead of fabric softener. No static anymore. It doesn’t leave any scent either. Our family is very sensitive to all those scented products and vinegar is a godsend. It seems to keep the colors in my clothes more vibrant too. White Vinegar is so economical as well. I use it for everything.

  10. KellZoll

    I bought the Kitchow organic brand over a year ago and really don’t think they make a difference in drying time, towels being softer, or static. Because of allergy issues we don’t use dryer sheets and use scent free laundry detergent. As Daisy suggested, I just started to put about 2 tablespoons of vinegar in my fabric softener dispenser of my HE washer. It gets rid of the detergent residue and makes clothes, especially towels look cleaner.

  11. desiree57

    I love my balls, just wish they wouldn’t disappear! Like socks ha!

  12. ChrisS

    I was not offered the five dollars off pantry as a shipping option. Only the no rush shipping offering a dollar off select digital items. Just to let you know.

  13. Helen

    I love these, I’ve been using them for a year, and have turned my husband & adult children into believers that these are healthier & so much more efficient than dryer sheets!

  14. MMA

    I ordered the dryer balls since they are a great buy with the code. Based on some of the comments, I looked into essential oils. There are many pros and cons based on the uses of oils. Some suggest the quantity and quality of the oils may be the reason for the fires. However, for me, I am not taking the chance just to get a floral or citrusy scent to the laundry, opting just for that fresh laundered smell. I also checked into static caused by the balls. Interestingly it appears that making balls of aluminum foil (2-3 about 3 inches in diameter) or pinning large safety pins to socks or any fabric item, in addition to the dryer balls, work wonders in the dryer to eliminate static. An online search can be made to find out more. Hopefully this information helps someone. Happy drying everyone. 🙂

  15. Talina

    I have been using this brand for several years. I also had the problem with static. I put pink Himalayan salt (I found in bulk at Winco) into a satchel that I sewed with scrap fabric, I dampen the satchel before putting in the dryer and has fixed my static problem.

    • Liza (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing your tip Talina!

    • MMA

      I hadn’t heard of the Himalayan salt. Thanks for the tip.

  16. SAS

    Essential oils have a flashpoint temperature on the label. A lot of people are not aware of this. EO’s are used in wax melts & candles which are both hot. Just pay attention to the label & the flashpoint temperature. I also use them in my washer.

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