Review and Giveaway: @Woolzies Dryer Balls #ad #sponsored

Review it Rah-shay By Sep 13, 2013

When I signed up to test Woolzies Dryer Balls I was hooked by the promise to cut drying time. The start of the school year has found The Bee and I still adjusting to the routine and Mt Laundry is piling up high. Also, my dryer has begun to take on a mid of its own and will either blast hot air or take twice as long to dry things.

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The product I received to test came with six balls. The balls are soft but firm, literal balls of wool. The instructions are to toss all six balls into the dryer along with your wet clothes. The balls will soften your laundry chemical free and up to 40% faster.

During my next laundry time, I tossed the balls into the dryer and went about my other duties. I was a little surprised at the soft thunk from the dryer. The balls may be soft to touch but there was a low sound as the clothes tumbled through the dryer. The initial thunk sound was forgivable compared to the results: my clothes were dry halfway through the cycle! Seriously, halfway through a load that included jeans and towels, most of my items were dry. The items that remained were only a bit damp and were thoroughly dry at the end of the cycle.

Check out a video from the makers of Woolzies below.


You don’t have to take my word for it! Woolzies have allowed me to host a contest and giveaway a set of balls to one reader!


Contest deets:

This contest will end Monday, September 23rd at 11:59.

Winner will be notified by e-mail.

Enter as follows

Mandatory entry:

  • Please leave a comment with your e-mail addy and your best laundry tip.

Optional entries

  • Click here to tweet:

[Tweet “Get on the ball! Enter to win @woolzies dryer balls from @sayitrahshay! “]

Leave a link to your tweet in a separate comment

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Good luck and get ready for super soft clothes!



r’s note: I was sent a sample of Woolzies and a product to giveaway but all comments and opinions are mine


I am mom, daughter, sister, yarn lover, word lover, crazy cat lady and library chick. Find me with book or with hook and a hot cuppa.


  1. Xandra says:

    When you need to buy a new washing machine, buy one with a timer feature (or if yours already has one, use it!). I put a load in the dryer, fill up the washer and set it to start washing in an hour. The timing is perfect and it keeps the flow of laundry going!

  2. Allie says:

    Make every laundry load worth it but not doing tiny loads

  3. Try not to wash too many heavy items together – like towels – or it takes a LONG time to dry. Break them up with things like sheets, pillow cases.

    1. Rachee says:

      This was something I learned the hard way. I would save all of the towels for one load and they would take forever to dry. I know much better now.

  4. Utilize those stain sticks! With kids, we’re destined to a load of stained shirts and dresses. I’m always rubbing their clothes with a pre-treat stain remover so I don’t have to rush putting a load together right then and there!

    1. Rachee says:

      I forget about stain sticks! I pre-treat with laundry detergent but will have to get some of those sticks.

  5. Sadie B. says:

    Laundry tip – Invest in a heavy duty drying rack and dry jeans on the rack. It saves dryer time and adds some moisture to the house air.

  6. Sadie B. says:

    Follow Woozies on Twitter

  7. michelle says:

    separate, separate, separate, the ome rule I make my kids do.

  8. Brandi says:

    My best tip is that you don’t have to use hot water to get clothes clean. It also saves energy!

  9. Lindsay says:

    My best laundry tip is to have the kids help out!

  10. Sarah M says:

    My tip is to not over load the washer. Let the water and soap have room to work!

  11. I always wash with cold unless it’s a load of white laundry – then I wash in hot.

  12. molomatic says:

    I find the only way I keep up with my family’s laundry is to do a load every day! 🙂

  13. molomatic says:

    Follow Woozies on Twitter

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