Woolzies: Baa baa Woolzies! (Review & Giveaway)

Back in January, I took the dryer sheets out of my laundry routine. I started with two dryer balls and then I bought another two. When the opportunity presented itself to review Woolzies dryer balls, I just could not resist.

Woolzies is produced by a family run company from upstate New York called Soft by Nature, Inc. Impassioned to help create a greener and better world for their children to live in Soft by Nature has sought to find an awesome dryer ball to add to your laundry routine. Made from genuine New Zealand wool and handmade in Nepal, Woolzies are 100% all natural dryer balls. You see, some try to skimp on spending the money to buy dryer balls and instead they use tennis balls or any other kind of ball. That’s probably not the best idea since most tennis balls have PVC in them plus the rubber in the them could melt in your dryer.

One of the things that impressed me the most about Woolzies were their size. As you can see in the picture the Woolzies is considerably bigger. Their large size helps to fluff up your clothes and cuts down the drying by 25%. And you’d be surprised by how quiet they are in your dryer. Plus it’s suggested that one uses a minimum of six dryer balls to effectively wash and dry their clothes. Fancy that that Woolzies comes in a box of six at $35.99 which is about $6 per ball. That’s not bad at all considering how much dryer sheets cost  and the fact that you have to replace them.

Personally I love using wool dryer balls and I love the relief I feel knowing that my clothes, especially my children’s clothes, are safe from any lingering chemicals. So look up a Woolzies’ retailer for you and enter the giveaway below for a box of 6 balls! Good luck! *Giveaway is open worldwide until 9/16. I was not paid any monetary compensation for this review. I only received product. For more on my disclosure policy please click here.*

Elizabeth "Bert" Anderson is a stay-at-home mom of two living outside of the Twin Cities and the writer behind the blog FirstTimeMom. She's a lover of cloth diapers, pop culture, health and fitness, and the blessings that comes with being a mother.

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38 comments on “Woolzies: Baa baa Woolzies! (Review & Giveaway)
  1. eclairre says:

    They reduce static cling, nice! eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

  2. I learned that Woolzies last for at least one full year, and usually longer!

  3. I learned that traditional dryer sheets can ruin the fire-retardent properties of some clothes – crazy! Ok, so that’s not about Woolzies, but glad they shared that info!

  4. Katie says:

    They reduce static and wrinkling! Yeah! Less ironing for me!

  5. Melanie says:

    They can cut drying time by 25%!

  6. Melanie says:

    Your twitter text isn’t about this giveaway; it’s about the Earthlingz giveaway!

  7. monteml says:

    They help you save energy ;=)

  8. Melissa and Kelly says:

    I learned that they are PVC free and won’t fall apart or melt on you.

  9. B R double E says:

    The company that makes them (Soft By Nature, Inc) is a family own business in New York state.

  10. Geri Fink says:

    They cut drying time by 25%.

  11. They reduce drying time by a quarter. And they’re made from NZ wool (which I love).

  12. Sella says:

    I love that they are natural and last so much longer than a single dryer sheet!!Amazing!

  13. J. Olson says:

    I learned that even if you have an allergy to wool you can use these!

  14. RawMama says:

    They last for hundreds of loads.

  15. benz1171 says:

    Woolzies are pure handmade New Zealand wool dryer balls.

  16. Sara Pearsall says:

    I learned that they are made in Nepal : )

  17. Melissa says:

    I learned that they last through hundreds and hundreds of laundry loads!

  18. Daphne Hope says:

    Woolzies last for hundreds and hundreds of loads and are therefore extremely eco friendly.

  19. Beth R says:

    I learned that Woolzies last for at least one full year or longer

  20. Nadene Adams says:

    They speed up drying time!

  21. Brandi Powell says:

    I learned they are made purely from New Zealand wool!

  22. Horsepower says:

    WoolDryerBalls.com is having a sale with FREE shipping on hers!

  23. Linda Lang says:

    They cut drying time by 25%

  24. Heidi says:

    Awwww … they’re made with New Zealand wool!

  25. jeri says:

    Soft by Nature is a family owned company.

  26. Danielle says:

    I learned they last at least 1 year.

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  27. Krystal says:

    I learned the wool comes from New Zealand.

  28. Nikki says:

    I learned that ‘…being as that they are handmade in the democratic republic of Nepal, they provide a steady source of income to the desperately needy women of that developing nation.’

  29. Ace5123 says:

    They should last for a year, 500 loads, or longer. I wonder how many loads I do a year, I probably really don’t want to know.

  30. MissMannah says:

    I learned they can cut drying time by about 25%

  31. Jessica Mueck says:

    They last for hundreds of loads….what a savings!!!

  32. Pixel Berry Pie says:

    I like that no chemicals are used to make these balls. I’d love to try these!

  33. All Natural Katie says:

    I learned that they can cut down on drying time and static.

  34. Amylynn says:

    They are handmade.

  35. dee1414 says:

    They cut drying time by 25%.

  36. Laurie P says:

    I just got a box of dryer balls (woolzies), looking forward to using them! Especially since they reduce drying time….

    No more dryer sheets in this house!

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