PVC-Free Dryer Balls - 2 Sets of 2

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$39.98

Reduce drying time!

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Enjoy wrinkle- and static-free clothes without chemical softeners. These reusable PVC-free, dryer balls gently separate clothes for soft, fluffy results and faster drying times. Two sets of two Dryer Balls. China.

PVC-Free Dryer Balls Features:
  • Made with safe, PVC-free plastic
  • Completely recyclable
  • Reduces drying time and saves energy
  • Softens fabrics naturally without chemical fabric softeners
  • Clothing comes out soft and fluffy
  • Reduces static and lint buildup
  • Cuts down on ironing with less wrinkling
PrintEach dryer ball is 3¼"L x 3"D
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pleasantly Suprised I'm very suspiscious of this kind of this kind of perhaps "too good to be true" product but, having recently realized that chemicals were wrecking my thyroid gland, in a bit of desperation, I purchased these dryer balls. I got 4 balls since I had read somewhere that 4 worked much better than 2. And they do work! Towels are not quite as soft as when I used dryer sheets but definitely softened and more than acceptable. They make a bit a noise rattling around when the dryer first starts up but then settle in with the laundry and quiet down. I also purchased the static cloths to use with the balls and they also essentially get the job done. Between the good job that they do and not using any chemicals, these balls get 5 stars in my book. March 22, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by It's true I didn't believe they would work but they do. I've been using them for two weeks and my clothes come out of the drying or fluff cycle wrinkle free and no static. March 9, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Green Laundy Tool Keeps static cling off clothes, decreases drying time, helps fluff towels and down comforters. February 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Drying Clothes Better We used GAIAM original dryer balls since they first appeared in the catalog years ago. The new, PVC-free dryer balls are even better than the originals. I like the bright color, they don't roll, they make less noise in the dryer and they reduced our drying time by at least 30%. They work equally well on his jeans and my delicates. January 7, 2010
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They are hard so they are likely just as noisy as the blue PVC ones.
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I am not sure if it is the differences in climate or the different brands of dryers that cause this variation in performance. I use the dryer balls at home and have never had an issue with static, however I have had some customers who need to use The Static Eliminator Sheets 06-0531 in addition to the dryer balls to eliminate the static completely.
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There is no load limit. The balls last for 3 to 5 years or basically until they break.
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Since these dryer balls are made in China is there an USA oversite that assures the dryer balls are PVC free?
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These balls are made out of a completely different material that is not even close to the same compound of PVC. These balls are made out of TPE (Thermoplastic elastomer) and are PVC free.
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