06 December, 2010

"Nellie's PVC-Free Dryer Balls Review"

In the winter time it is hard to conserve energy.  In the summer time, you can open a window to help cool your home, you can cool on a grill to save electricity or eat cold foods to keep yourself cool.  You can even hang your clothes outside and save tons in laundry costs.  But in the winter, you can not just open a window, or eat outside, and you will probably want to cook most of your food to keep yourself warm.  But there is one thing you can do to help lower costs this year.
If you've never tried Dryer Balls, I think you should give them a shot.  And EcoMom has a great set of them from Nellie's.  They are PVC free and they help to fluff your clothes while also cutting down time in the dryer.

I tried these out and noticed a significant change in the softness of my clothes and a noticeable change in how long they stayed in the dryer.  My clothes were taking 2 dry cycles.  Now, they take 1, MAYBE a few minutes more, but usually a little less.  How does it work?

Nellie's PVC Free Dryer Balls bounce around inside the dryer, separating the fabrics while also relaxing the fibers.  You get less wrinkles, less link and more absorbent towels.  Which means... fewer towels used, less laundry done.
And you can also buy these pretty cool fragrance sticks that can go inside your dryer balls to make your clothes smell nice.  Wouldn't it be nice to never have to pull off those static-ridden dryer sheets from your clothes again?  Yea, I think so too.  You can find Nellie's PVC Free Dryer Balls at EcoMom, along with an astonishing number of other great eco-friendly products.  I recommend checking them out.

What do you do to cut energy costs in the winter?

Disclaimer: I received these products to review and was not paid for this review. My review is 100% my honest opinion. Top Mommy Blogs - Mom Blog Directory


mamatiff said...

dryer balls, mikey has sensitive skin and i find the dryer sheets aggravate him. And we do laundry on low time as well

Cara R. said...

Hi, I'm curious. Do these make a lot of noise as they bounce around in the dryer? I bought some dryer balls and I really like them, but they are *so* loud. It sounds like tennis shoes are being dried every time I use them. I might try these, but not if they are noisy too. LOL!

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