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Oatmeal Wool Dryer Balls (Set of 6)

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Product Details

These wool dryer balls are more than just an eco-friendly replacement for dryer sheets. While dryer sheets are disposable, these wool balls last for years: Throw all 6 in with each load in your dryer, and they'll make your clothes fluffier, reduce static, and keep fabric soft. The wool is unscented so no need to worry about perfumes or chemicals! They're also pretty fun to have around the house: They do double duty as pet and kids' toys, stress balls, and tactile decorations.

Bog Berry sourced new wool and dyes to create this cozy set of oatmeal balls just for Food52. Laundry is really starting to look up, if you ask us.

These products are made-to-order, which accounts for a longer turn-around time to shipping.

  • Made in: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Made of: 100% wool dryer balls; the handmade storage bag is made of organic, unbleached cotton muslin. They come in 3 shades (cream, light brown, and light grey) and each set includes 2 balls of each shade.
  • Size: Each dryer ball weighs 0.5 ounces and is 3” in diameter

Sourced from: Bog Berry

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Photography by Rocky Luten and Bobbi Lin.

Care & Notes

The dryer balls are meant to be used all at once. Some fibers from the dryer balls may come off in the dryer cycle.



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