Woolzies Dryer Balls Review & Giveaway

*Disclosure ~ I was provided the Woolzies Dryer Balls product for free in order to test and give an honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.

Have you seen all of the hype about wool dryer balls recently?  I had read about them on numerous blogs and have been quite curious.  I really wanted to try them out but the DIY posts I had seen looked extremely time consuming and time is not on my side lately!  Well about a month ago Woolzies was brought to my attention.  I sent them an email and the short of it is they offered to send me a package to try if I wanted to do a review AND they offered another package to one of you – more about that below!


So, for the past two weeks we have been testing the Woolzies Dryer Balls out.  I wanted to use them numerous times so that I could give you all a fair review.  If you’re like me you don’t want to spend your money on something that you may not like.

I have to tell you, I was pleasantly surprised with how well these work.  I did notice a slight decrease in drying time but most of all I noticed that the clothes were very soft.  There’s one thing that I do not care for with these and that is the static.  They do not help to cut the static very much.  I have heard others say they put a wadded up piece of aluminum foil in the dryer with the dryer balls and clothes and this helps.  I haven’t tried that personally because well I didn’t have any foil and umm well every time I went shopping I forgot to buy some *blush*.   I’ve also heard that this is not as much of an issue in warmer climates or during the warm months for those colder climates.

Final thoughts on this product?  These are a great value!  You purchase a package of 6 and they are GUARANTEED to last for 1,000 loads or your money back!  Yep, you read that right they come with a guarantee.  At $34.95 for a package of 6 (you use all 6 at the same time), guaranteed for 1000 loads, that averages out to about 3 cents per load.  For an all natural solution that’s a great deal!  Brand name dryer sheets run around 5 cents per load in my area and I would say our cost of living is average.  There are no chemicals so if you are like me and trying to use more natural products this is a great benefit as well!  I love this product and will be buying more once I’ve used them for my 1,000 loads.

Convinced?  Want to win your own?  Of course you do!  Enter the giveaway below for your chance.

*Please note this giveaway is only open to those in the USA – including Alaska & Hawaii.  *

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~ Tammy

*Disclosure ~ I was provided the product for free in order to test and give an honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.

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About Tammy Northrup

Mother of five sons and one daughter, grandmother to two spunky girls and five of the sweetest boys ever, wife to a mostly amazing man .. okay he's all amazing most of the time, blogger, food lover and onion hater.


  1. I add baking soda when I wash clothes as it tends to make clothes softer and brighter. Don't know if it actually works it's just something I was taught to do lol. Cassie @ Southeast by Midwest recently posted...What's in My Purse: A New Video on My Youtube ChannelMy Profile
    • Cassie, have you tried using vinegar? It works really well, leaves clothes smelling really fresh and leaves no vinegar smell. It also brightens and softens clothes.
      • I've never tried that. Do I just use a capful of vinegar at the beginning (Vinegar cap not the laundry detergent cap) do I mix a certain amount with the detergent?
        • Now pay attention because it's very scientific. You take the vinegar and quickly just pour some around the load of clothes when you start the wash. Haha : ) I never measure. It's also great if you forget to start the dryer or leave your clothes in the washer too long. It will get any musty smell out of the clothes. I have definitely tested this a time or two. : )
  2. I like to mix white vinegar with water {50/50 ratio}. I use it for mirrors, counter tops and spot cleaning the floors. Love it! Rachel @ {I Love} My Disorganized Life recently posted...Wicked Good Wednesdays #17My Profile
  3. Diana Weber says
    My favorite natural cleaner is STEAM. Its super hot to kill germs and cleans so effortlessly.
  4. I like seventh generation
  5. Jim Lipscomb says
    20 Mule Team Borax. Pure minerals mined out of the desert in Death Valley, good laundry additive, fungicide, and you can make an effective pet shampoo out of it

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