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Wet Woolys are 100 percent wool dryer balls that will soften and steam your clothes, which will help prevent the garments from wrinkling or getting stuck together. By keeping each garment in your dryer apart from others, these balls will allow heat to circulate more freely, so your total drying time for a load of clothes will be shorter than usual. These dryer balls come in sets of three and you'll only need to put three in each load to see results.
The cost of Wet Woolys is $14.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Wet Woolys at the discounted price of only $4.99 for a total price of $24.97.
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Before you start using your Wet Woolys dryer balls, you'll need to fill each with water by running each one under a tap. When doing this, don't use extremely hot or cold water. At this point, you can also add a drop of essential oil if you want the clothes in your dryer to emit a light fragrance, but make sure you stick to only a drop.
After you've filled your dryer balls with water (and perhaps a drop of essential oil), just toss them in your dryer along with a load of clothes. You won't need to arrange them in any particular way, as they'll tumble around and around with your clothes once your dryer is on.
Next, turn your dryer on as you normally would. Once you do, the Wet Woolys will immediately start affecting the transfer of steam within the dryer, making it more efficient. This, in turn, will lead the fabric of your clothing to soften, which will reduce the likelihood that any wrinkles will form. The enhanced steam-transferring effects of these dryer balls will also reduce any static within the dryer, so when a cycle is done, you won't end up pulling out a bunch of stuck-together clothes.
When you're ready to pull out your clothes, take them out as usual and remove your three dryer balls from your dryer, too. Store the dryer balls somewhere safe until the next time you need to use them. Once you glance at your clothing, you should notice that it appears smooth, and if you touch it, it should feel soft to the touch. Even if you normally use an ironing board to treat certain garments, you may not need to after you've used the Wet Woolys.
Each of these dryer balls is made up of three layers: the innermost sponge layer, an aluminum layer, and the outermost wool layer. The wool layer will soften the fabric of any pieces of clothing in your dryer, while the aluminum layer will work on eliminating static. However, the interior sponge layer may have the biggest job of all. After you put one of your wool balls in your dryer, it'll convert the water from your tap that it has absorbed into steam as the dryer heats up, and then release that steam. The release of that steam will go a long way towards preventing your garments from wrinkling. Each ball's aluminum layer will also require steam in order to do its job correctly.
Wet Woolys come in sets of three, which is all you'll need, even if you'll be adding them to a dryer that contains a king-sized blanket. You'll be able to reuse these balls up to 1000 times before their performance starts to decrease, so you may be able to use them for years without needing replacements. Logically, this will depend on how often you use your dryer.
These dryer balls will start working immediately, once they're inside a dryer, and they'll reduce the time it takes any dryer to dry your clothes by up to 25 percent. As a result, you may have time to dry multiple loads during one laundry session, whereas without these balls, you might only have time for one.
The Wet Woolys dryer balls are lightweight, so virtually anyone will be able to carry all three at once, and they make very little noise. Therefore, if you want to use them in your dryer as you sleep or do another quiet activity, you won't need to worry about them making disturbing bumping noises as they move through your dryer.
These dryer balls are made of 100 percent natural wool and don't contain any toxic chemicals, so they're safe to have around any member of your family. If a baby, child or pet were to lick one out of curiosity, that wouldn't hurt them. These balls are also so large that it's highly unlikely that any living creature would be able to swallow one.
Each Wet Woolys ball contains a picture of a brown sheep on its front, which will help you identify these quickly in a messy laundry room, a drawer or wherever you choose to keep them. Otherwise, one might get them confused with ordinary cotton balls, especially if the area in which they've been stored isn't very organized. What's more, each sheep image may amuse children.
Wet Woolys dryer balls haven't been designed for use in any particular type of dryer. Instead, you can use them in any dryer that you might use to dry clothes. That means that if you go to a friend's house, a hotel or some other vacation spot with laundry facilities, and want to dry clothes as efficiently as you do at home, that'll be possible. All you'll need to do is toss three of these dryer balls in your suitcase or backpack and then toss them in the dryer with your clothing at your new location.
Getting out an ironing board to eliminate the wrinkles from various garments, and then actually doing the ironing itself, can be time-consuming. It can also be physically difficult if you have any mobility issues. Fortunately, when you use Wet Woolys in your dryer, you won't have to iron nearly as many garments, if any at all, since they'll come out of the dryer with as little wrinkles as possible.
While the makers of Wet Woolys state that these balls contain nothing that will irritate the skin, this may not be true in absolutely all cases. It's correct that the balls don't contain toxic chemicals, but for people who are allergic to wool, touching the wool within the balls itself may be an irritant. The majority of people aren't allergic to wool, but there's a significant percentage of people in the world who are, and they may need to stay away from these dryer balls.
If you use liquid fabric softeners in your dryer, you'll probably have to replace your bottle at least a few times a year. Alternatively, if you use plastic dryer balls, you may have to replace them due to heat-induced melting. You may not need to replace your Wet Woolys for up to five years, though, as they can be reused up to 1000 times and will never melt.
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Re: Wet Woolys. I placed my order almost 30 days ago on 7-4-18. I have not been charged yet, but nor have I received my order. I attempted to contact Wet Woolys, but whenever I go to the website that was on my email receipt, my computer puts up a warning, and it will not even go there, as if the website no longer even exists. Does anyone know how to contact this company so I can check on my order, or cancel it as the case may be. Thanks so much.
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