I had the chance to review professionally made dryer balls from Woolzies. While the professionally made dryer balls touted the usual list of dryer ball benefits (natural fabric softener, static reduction, wrinkle reduction, reduced dry time, energy savings), there was one benefit I was particularly interested in: noise free. My DIY dryer balls sound like an arsenal during dry time (BOOM, BOOM!), which makes it really annoying when your bedroom is right above the laundry room and you're still drying clothes at 11pm at night. Woolzies dryer balls were less dense than my DIY dryer balls and extremely well felted. There was no evidence of any individual strands of yarn, and therefore no risk of the balls unraveling. When I read the package of Woolzies dryer balls, I learned that heavy dryer balls bouncing around in your dryer can damage moisture sensors over time (hum... I hope mine are OK). As advertised, Woolzies dryer balls were extremely quiet in the dryer.
If I had one complaint about Woolzies dryer balls it's that they aren't very colorful. I've seen some pretty incredible dryer balls (including those with wool designs) however, you also pay a lot more for "designer" dryer balls. In the end I just want them to work, and Woolzies dryer balls worked well for me.
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