6 Pack Wool Dryer Balls | Mixed (3 Natural/ 3 Black)
6 Pack Wool Dryer Balls | Mixed (3 Natural/ 3 Black)

6 Pack Wool Dryer Balls | Mixed (3 Natural/ 3 Black)

$24.99 Regular price $30.00

Best Bargain! 3 Natural Color & 3 Black Wool Dryer Balls for all your laundry needs. Natural/White color works best for lighter clothing, Black color works best for bright and dark clothing. 

Avoid toxic dryer sheets and fabric softeners — you don’t need them! Our Wool Dryer Balls naturally soften fabrics while reducing your drying time by up to 30%!

  • Significantly reduces drying time by keeping laundry tumbling freely in the dryer
  • 100% pure New Zealand wool balls help to naturally soften fabrics
  • Perfect for use on all laundry, including towels, linens, clothing, baby laundry, and more
  • Long-lasting and naturally anti-microbial
  • Leaves no lint or fibers behind
  • Safe for use in all dryers
  • Replace after 3 years… or after your dog has hauled it off and played with it for hours!

For naturally soft laundry and faster drying time, every time: 

Step 1. Toss your Natural Wool Dryer Balls into your dryer. 

Step 2. Add your wet laundry and start your dryer. 

Step 3. Remove your laundry — just leave those Natural Wool Dryer Balls in the dryer for your next load!

How many Wool Dryer Balls do you need? 

3-6 Wool Dryer Balls for a regular load of laundry

6-9 Wool Dryer Balls for larger loads, towels, or sheets

We always recommend keeping a few extra Wool Dryer Balls on hand for when your dog runs off with one thinking it’s their favorite chew toy! 

PRO TIP: Dirty dryer ball? No problem! Place the dirty wool balls into our Mesh Laundry Bag or pillowcase and launder on a warm, delicate cycle. Then, put the balls in a sunny window until completely dried before returning to the dryer. 

We adhere to strict ingredient integrity, so you’ll never find harmful chemicals in our products. We also strive to be eco-responsible so we’re proud that these Wool Dryer Balls are Certified Cruelty-Free by Leaping Bunny!

  1. 100% mulesing-free New Zealand wool from sheep raised on registered family farms
  2. Natural/White dryer balls are undyed. Black colored dryer balls are colored using a black azo-free dye

We chose our wool suppliers because they, like us, are committed to humane and eco-responsible farming and shearing techniques. Why do we purchase New Zealand wool? New Zealand Becomes First Wool Producing Country to Ban Sheep Mulesing

As far as we’re concerned, you can only say ‘safe’ when you’re safe for everyone — people, sheep, and the planet. 

Learn More About Wool Dryer Balls

Your Wool Dryer Balls are going to last you for years, so it’s easy to get the most out of them. Here are some expert tips on more ways to use your natural Wool Dryer Balls.

Lightly Scent Your Laundry: Add 8-10 drops of your favorite essential oils directly onto the wool balls. Give them a few moments to fully absorb the oils, then toss them into the dryer with your wet laundry. The essential oils will infuse your laundry with a light aroma. Our favorites include peppermint, lemon, and lavender essential oils!

Break Static Bonds: Lightly dampen your natural wool dryer balls and pop them into the dryer for the last few minutes of the dry cycle. This helps break static bonds. 

Drying Extra Bulky Loads: If you’re drying a comforter, blanket, sleeping bag, or other bulky items, your wool dryer balls are going to be a huge help. For such items, we suggest adding six wool dryer balls if you have them. They’ll help the laundry tumble freely instead of getting twisted and stuck.

How to Use

For naturally soft laundry and faster drying time, every time: 

Step 1. Toss your Natural Wool Dryer Balls into your dryer. 

Step 2. Add your wet laundry and start your dryer. 

Step 3. Remove your laundry — just leave those Natural Wool Dryer Balls in the dryer for your next load!

How many Wool Dryer Balls do you need? 

3-6 Wool Dryer Balls for a regular load of laundry

6-9 Wool Dryer Balls for larger loads, towels, or sheets

We always recommend keeping a few extra Wool Dryer Balls on hand for when your dog runs off with one thinking it’s their favorite chew toy! 

PRO TIP: Dirty dryer ball? No problem! Place the dirty wool balls into our Mesh Laundry Bag or pillowcase and launder on a warm, delicate cycle. Then, put the balls in a sunny window until completely dried before returning to the dryer. 

Materials

We adhere to strict ingredient integrity, so you’ll never find harmful chemicals in our products. We also strive to be eco-responsible so we’re proud that these Wool Dryer Balls are Certified Cruelty-Free by Leaping Bunny!

  1. 100% mulesing-free New Zealand wool from sheep raised on registered family farms
  2. Natural/White dryer balls are undyed. Black colored dryer balls are colored using a black azo-free dye

We chose our wool suppliers because they, like us, are committed to humane and eco-responsible farming and shearing techniques. Why do we purchase New Zealand wool? New Zealand Becomes First Wool Producing Country to Ban Sheep Mulesing

As far as we’re concerned, you can only say ‘safe’ when you’re safe for everyone — people, sheep, and the planet. 

Learn More

Learn More About Wool Dryer Balls

Your Wool Dryer Balls are going to last you for years, so it’s easy to get the most out of them. Here are some expert tips on more ways to use your natural Wool Dryer Balls.

Lightly Scent Your Laundry: Add 8-10 drops of your favorite essential oils directly onto the wool balls. Give them a few moments to fully absorb the oils, then toss them into the dryer with your wet laundry. The essential oils will infuse your laundry with a light aroma. Our favorites include peppermint, lemon, and lavender essential oils!

Break Static Bonds: Lightly dampen your natural wool dryer balls and pop them into the dryer for the last few minutes of the dry cycle. This helps break static bonds. 

Drying Extra Bulky Loads: If you’re drying a comforter, blanket, sleeping bag, or other bulky items, your wool dryer balls are going to be a huge help. For such items, we suggest adding six wool dryer balls if you have them. They’ll help the laundry tumble freely instead of getting twisted and stuck.