Saturday, April 25, 2015

Smart Sheep Premium Wool Dryer Balls: Great in So Many Ways!

Disclosure: I received a sample product to help facilitate the review. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



Like so many of us today, I like switch over and use natural items when I can, for every day things I have previously done using something that had chemicals. For each and every switch I make, I do feel really good. Yes, the things may be small, but if a lot of people did a lot of small little things, it could definitely add up to huge change.

Even the packaging on this for delivery was minimal, which I love!

I have used dryer balls before and have always been happy with them. My mother-in-law uses them too, and she swears by them. Just a tad bit bigger than a standard-size tennis ball, these are easy to throw in the dryer with your clothes, they have the potential to save you a ton of money over the long-run, and they don't add scent to your clothes, which for some of you I know (scent) is an issue.

Smart Sheep Premium Wool Dryer Balls are available for sale
in packages of 3 or 6. Free Shipping in the U.S.

Smart Sheep wool dryer balls shorten drying time, soften and fluff fabric, and reduce static, and they do it without chemicals. They also help bed sheets stay untangled during the drying process, so wrinkling remains at a minimum. They are all-natural, with no synthetic fibers or as just mentioned, chemicals used. They are designed so they won't unravel, meaning they will last for years to come. That being said, some pilling may occur, and that is okay. The pilling makes for softer laundry because a larger surface area improves fluffiness and drying time.

Made of 100% New Zealand wool and hand-felted in Nepal, these dryer balls are a smart choice for every day laundry needs.

You can learn more about Smart Sheep Dryer Balls by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook. You can purchase them on their Amazon page found here.

Have you used these in lieu of dryer sheets? Would you make the switch?

46 comments:

  1. Never heard of these before. Way cool.

    Have a terrific day. ☺

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  2. I have heard of dryer balls before but not this brand. I have yet to try them. Since you say they actually work I will now have to go buy three and find out for myself!

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  3. Sheep balls!
    I'd never head of using drying balls. Thanks for the tip.

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  4. I've used wool dryer balls before and they worked really well. I've not heard of this brand, but I due for some new ones...the kids like to snag them and play ball in the house...and somehow they disappear?!

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    1. I had the same problem. I need to order some more and hide them better.

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    2. Must be a kid thing, I had the same thing going on here yesterday. Happy to report mine are safely back in the laundry room today. ;)

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  5. Those are so cool. I would love to try them

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  6. lol my first time hearing about this as well but they sound like something i wld love to try. thanks for the post

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  7. Sheep balls get it done? Nice and fluffy you say haha

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  8. I love wool balls for laundry. They sometimes get caught in things. But they make my clothes so soft. The clothing dries quicker to.

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  9. I have never heard of these before, so thank you for the information. I like the idea if having an unscented alternative for drying laundry.

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  10. Oh, I so want to try these! What a great idea - and such a cute logo!

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  11. I used to swear by these. I loved them so much and never wanted to dry without them!

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  12. Haaa...
    Okay, now that is out of the way.
    We had dryer balls once (got lost in the move) I would always forget to use them..oops
    If I do end up cloth diapering, this would be great to have on hand.
    Have a great day!!!

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  13. I have been using wool dryer balls for about 3 years now. LovE them!! Mine are getting a little on the worn side so I probably should purchase some more.

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  14. These sound interesting. I am still using the dryer sheets - but would def. give these a try. They sound like a better alternative all around. :)

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  15. I am all about saving money and being natural! I would love to give these a try

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  16. I have been meaning to try these for ages. I hear great things.

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  17. I love using natural products whenever I can. I have been meaning to try out dryer balls, they seem like a great idea.

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  18. These sound great! Sounds more cost effective and better for the environment too!

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  19. I've never heard of these but they sound wonderful! I love switching to natural when I can as well!

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  20. I love dryer balls. I add a few drops of essential oil for a little scent.

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    1. That's a good idea!! I might give that a try, I'm overdue to try the essential oils too.

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  21. WOW I have never heard of these and have lived in New Zealand too which is the lamb and wool capital of the world! Will check these out more!

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  22. I am always looking for great ways to live more naturally and with less chemicals. These would be a great addition to my laundry room.

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  23. I have some wool dryer balls - they're great!

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  24. I've tried dryer balls in the past and I really liked them. I moved into a small apartment last year and I used my dryer space for storing my ironing board and other things so I hang my clothes on a drying rack instead. I should buy some of these though to give as gifts.

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  25. I have got to get my hands on these wool dryer balls. I have heard nothing but great things and your review substantiates those feelings

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  26. I have never heard of or seen these before. Where are they sold? I've always just used the Downy dryer sheets.

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  27. I've never heard of these before, but they do look like a product worth having. Thank you for telling us about them.

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  28. I've never used dryer balls before. I love that it's a natural chemical-free alternative.

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  29. I have never heard of using dryer balls before! These sound really cool and I want to get a set for our laundry!

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  30. So glad I read this -- I've not heard of them before. If they shorten your drying time, it seems they would save you money on your power bill. Definitely looking into these.

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  31. I have never heard of these. But anything that shortens drying time and reduces static sounds incredible.

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  32. I have never heard of this but this sounds great! Anyway to reduce chemicals in a small way but not sacrifice quality is a great thing!

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  33. I have heard great things about wool dryer balls! I am all for anything that lowers the usage of my dryer.

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  34. This is all new to me since I lived in a tropical country but good to know about these things. This might come in handy if I decide to relocate.

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  35. I've never tried anything like this, but the idea sounds so practical. I really should give them a go!

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  36. I have heard a lot of good things about these balls. I would love to try these and I love that you use no chemicals at all. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. This really helps fast track the drying process. It also helps in taking care of the fabric.

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  38. I've never heard of these. Right now we aren't using anything in our dryer and we probably should be...will check these out, thanks.

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  39. These sound awesome. I always use dryer sheets so if i can use something more natural Im all in.

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  40. I have never heard of dryer balls before, but they sound pretty darn cool. Since I do the laundry in the house, I think I might try these out soon.

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  41. I have never heard of dryer balls before. I am currently using those dryer sheets. I am going to have to try this out. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  42. I've not used dryer balls before. I want to try them.
    I'll have to look for them at the store.

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  43. I haven't used dryer balls before either! I have been seeing a lot about them lately. Maybe I should give them a try.

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