Wet Felted Alpaca Dryer Balls
All Natural Alpaca Dryer Balls – A Healthy Natural Alternative!
Fiber for these dryer balls is grown on small family alpaca farms in the USA!
Place the alpaca dryer balls in your dryer for a natural way to soften and fluff your laundry. Just leave them there even between loads. They help reduce the drying time by as much of 25%, saving on your money on your electric bill. The dryer balls reduce wrinkles and static without the use of dyes or harsh chemicals and potentially toxic chemicals which can lead to:
- Skin rashes
- Asthma attacks
- Difficulty in breathing
- Nervous system disorders
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These alpaca dryer balls will last several years. If you want a fresh scent on your clothes, put a drop of essential oils on the dryer balls, easy!
Alpaca Dryer Balls make an excellent alpaca gift for friends and family and a simple yet amazing way to show off a unique benefit of alpaca!
Suggested use: use up to 3 dryer balls at a time per load. Can be used over and over again!
Hand made by an USA alpaca farm from USA grown alpaca fiber!
Set of 3, 100% Alpaca Dryer Balls in an attractive white mesh gift bag with insert card shown here. Each ball is approximately the size of a tennis ball. Made from USA alpaca, the dryer balls tend to randomly vary in colors but typically a mix of colors, light to dark, will be seen.
Size: approx 1.2 oz, 3" each
Note: Colors vary
We use multiple suppliers for our dryer balls and barely keep up with demand with this very popular product!
Today since I had to wash a bunch of towels, I decided to test our Alpaca Dryer balls. We've been using the same 3 alpaca dryer balls for about 6 years and I love them. But I decided to find out for myself how much energy they were actually saving me.
Here is how I tested them, controlling any variables as best as possible, and my results...
Using our Samsung LG sensor dryer.
I washed 5 towels 3 hand towels and 3 wash cloths - exact same towels in each load.
Both loads were washed on hot with the spin cycle between medium and extra high.
Both loads were dried with dry flow sense - very dry setting on medium temperature.
Before each load was dried I ran a different load in the dryer and cleaned the dryer lint trap. So the temperature would be the same starting temp.
I used the same amount of laundry detergent in both loads and did not use laundry softener in either load
The first load with NO dryer balls took 58 minutes
The second load with 3 dryer balls took 42.5 minutes.
That's 15.5 minutes less drying time in the load using 3 alpaca dryer balls. So it DOES WORK in not only fluffing and softening loads naturally, it does both in less time. That's less $electric costs year round.