Bouncing Dryer Balls

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*** EDIT *** I’m an idiot, these aren’t green at all (unless you dig toxic breast milk).  Live and learn.

During a delightful visit to DwellSmart, I purchased my first box of dryer balls. This purchase makes sense both economically and environmentally. I won’t have to purchase another box for two years. The dryer balls cost $20.00. A box of Mrs. Meyer’s Brand dryer sheets cost $8.00. Our dryer, unfortunately, is put through the cycle at least once a day. By day eighty, I will need another box of fabric sheets.

Of course, I am very glad not be throwing away one more piece of cloth a day. Please put both balls into dryer – it happened to be halfway through first cycle when I noticed!

Now a question for our readers: Has anyone found an inexpensive bamboo drying rack for clothing? Perhaps I could give our dryer an occasional break.

3 Responses to “Bouncing Dryer Balls”

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