Sunday

Woolzies



I would love to say that it’s Sunday which means laundry day, but that’s not the case because it seems like I do laundry every single day in this house.  I would really like to understand how that is possible with a family of 4 but it seems a mystery that may never be solved.  This makes trying to save money a little more difficult with all the laundry soap and dryer sheets we use.

    A friend of mine gave me a recipe for laundry soap, (I’ll share that with you later) and now I have found Woolzies!  Woolzies are 100% pure New Zealand wool hypoallergenic dryer balls.  Woolzies are about the size of an adult hand and the box we received came with 6, perfect for out laundry loads.

But how do they test out? That’s the true question?  Well as if you couldn’t tell I do large loads of laundry and these balls bouncing around in there with our clothing has cut the dry time by about 15 minutes on an hour load.  That’s not bad I didn’t figure.  I’m also no math wiz so
I really couldn’t tell you exactly how much money that saves us a year in not only dryer sheets but electricity.   I then had a small load of laundry left, and figured I better get it done while I’m in the swing of it right?  Our dryer normally runs for approximately 50 minutes on a small load.  After 30 I heard “BZZZZZ”.  Dryers done! I was really surprised how much quicker my dryer is shutting off.

Not only are Woolzies saving me electricity and cost of the dryer sheets, but as I mentioned before they are hypoallergenic.  Woolzies do not contain any of the harsh chemicals you can find in other dryer sheets.  Each Woolzie is hand made and guaranteed to last for at least 1,000 loads! 

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15 comments:

  1. We do about 3 loads per week. These sound great for cutting down on drying time!

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  2. I do roughly 25 loads of laundry a week. But that's also including my hubs work clothes, bedding & delicates. I can't even imagine how much that would cut down my dryer time!

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  3. Would loves some for our cloth diapers

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  4. we are a family of 5 and i do in-home daycare so on a good day i do 3 loads everyday, so it would save me so much money and time

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  5. I do so many loads I lose track of how many I do. I can tell you that the 3 month dryer bar I use has to be replaced probably at the 2nd month though, so this would be a fabulous addition to my laundry cycle ;)

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  6. i do at least 12 loads a week anything to save money

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  7. I do at least 14 loads a week, so anything that helps with the cost of that would be fantastic!

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  8. I am going to have to try these.I love all natural products!great review!

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  9. With potty training I can do three loads a day. :(

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  10. Anything to make laundry a little easier would be great!

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  11. I do about 2/week . I'd love to cut down on drying time!

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