Dryer Balls


MarsAttacks
on Jan 26, 2016 @ 02:58 pm

I am wondering if anyone uses dryer balls. I have a dog with short, course hair that gets embedded in everything! Do you think adding a dryer ball would help get some of the hair off of our clothes and bedsheets?
 


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coultlee
dryer balls on Jan 26, 2016 @ 03:06 pm

Not sure they are plastic. When I have used them nothing is on them when I take them out of the dryer.
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Tracyr
:) on Jan 26, 2016 @ 03:26 pm

I saw a contest for dryer balls,I was wondering too if they are good to get rid of cat hair
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wonderwhatif
. on Jan 26, 2016 @ 04:42 pm

It doesn't really help with hair, but it does help with static! So if you get a lot of shocks it's good.

You can make your own dryer balls by balling up a lot of tinfoil (aluminum foil) and throwing it in the dryer. It's safe don't worry.

If you prefer fabric ones, you can knit them I think!
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MarsAttacks
on Jan 26, 2016 @ 06:26 pm

good to know about the static, i get shocked on the daily in the winter! i was thinking that those silicone spikey dryer balls might help sort of 'beat' the hair off in the dryer?

TLR72 - where was the contest for the dryer balls you saw?
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wonderwhatif
. on Jan 26, 2016 @ 06:32 pm

I've never seen the spiky ones, so not sure! Only the round ones. But I'm like you, electro static magnet and I noticed a huge difference in being zapped after using dryer balls and switching to white vinegar as a fabric softener.
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