Babu NZ Wool Dryer Balls
Babu NZ Wool Dryer Balls
Babu NZ Wool Dryer Balls
Babu NZ Wool Dryer Balls
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Organic NZ Wool Dryer Balls

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Babu
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$25.00
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These natural woollen dryer balls will be a game-changer to your laundry routine.

As they bounce around in the dryer they increase the flow of air and soak up excess moisture, cutting your drying time by up to 25%!

As well as being a time saver, you are also saving on energy bills and being kinder to the planet by reducing your energy use.

Woollen dryer balls also naturally soften clothing, reducing the need for nasty chemical fabric softeners, their presence in the dryer reduces static and can help remove pet hair and other lint from laundry.

Being wool, these dryer balls have the added bonus of quiet operation. No harsh banging, risk of damage to the dryer or transfer of toxic residues from plastic-based alternatives.  These soft woollen balls will not cause pilling to your precious Babu items.

Made from 100% felted wool, our dryer balls are tightly woven and will last hundreds of uses. 

We know you will enjoy using your new laundry staple!

Features:

  • 100% Organic NZ Wool
  • Designed and sourced in NZ
  • 6pk extra large balls (11.5cm diameter)
  • Reduces drying time & static

How to use:

Simply pop in the dryer with your wet laundry load, and enjoy reduced drying time.

Care:

Woollen dryer balls can last up to 1000 washes (or 2-5 years depending on use).  Place on the windowsill to air-dry between loads if needed or just store in the dryer for your next load.

Recharge your dryer balls approx. every 100 washes by hand-washing in warm (not hot) water and placing in the dryer.  It is time to replace them when they start to look straggly and / or wool residue can be found on clothes.

Worn out balls can be composted or placed directly into the garden as wool acts as great moisture retention for plants and will breakdown naturally.

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