Woolzies Dryer Balls Giveaway–3 Winners (ends 6/7) U.S.

By Ruth on May 23, 2013 in giveaway, green living, review
I don’t know about you, but I certainly rely on modern conveniences to keep my clothes clean and smelling/looking nice.  I don’t know what I would do without a washer and dryer (although I did live without them for a few years when I was first married).   Without giving it much, if any, thought, most people add fabric softener to the laundry to be washed, and many toss a dryer sheet in the dryer as they add their clean clothes.
Did you know dryer sheets are actually bad for your family and the environment? Many dryer sheets are packed with known carcinogens such as benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, chloroform and linalool. Not only are dryer sheets made with toxic chemicals that are bad news for you, but they are also bad for your clothes and your dryer. The waxy component of the dryer sheet can build up on your lint screen and make your dryer less effective over time.
A few ladies in the Sublime Media Connection had the pleasure of trying a great all natural product called Woolzies Dryer Balls, which are a great alternative to dryer sheets. They are guaranteed to last for 1000 loads of laundry, they are made with Wool, they soften fabrics reducing the need for fabric softener, and they reduce static. Sounds pretty great right? This makes them even better… they reduce the time it takes to dry your clothes in a dryer by about 25%!!!
You won’t want to miss the reviews from the ladies of the Sublime Media Connection! Click on the links to the reviewing blogs to find out what the lovely ladies thought of this unique product.
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If you feel lucky enter to win a set of Woolzies in this giveaway with 3 winners! This giveaway begins on 5/24 and ends on 6/7.

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43-year-old single mother of an active 14-year-old girl
Born in Tacoma, WA; lives in Yelm, WA
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  1. Janine May 23, 2013 Reply

    4-5, depending if I do sheets & towels or not. 🙁

  2. Linda Bradshaw May 28, 2013 Reply

    I do a load of laundry each day and 2 on the weekends when we do bedding

  3. Sarah Hayes May 29, 2013 Reply

    i do about 5 loads a week

  4. Krystal May 29, 2013 Reply

    If I count my cloth diaper loads, I do 5-7 loads a week.

  5. Terri Herman May 29, 2013 Reply

    About 2-3 loads with an empty nest. Now that “trouble” is home, 6 or more! Lol! (He’s not really trouble!)

  6. Claudia May 29, 2013 Reply

    I do 6 to 7 loads of laundry a week.

  7. Tracie Brown May 29, 2013 Reply

    about 7 loads (14 wash and dry), but 13 (26 wash and dry) including cloth diapers! PHEW

  8. Stephanie May 29, 2013 Reply

    I wash and dry about 7 loads a week, including cloth diapers. Woolzies would be perfect because I CAN’T use dryer sheets AT ALL since it can leave residue on my diapers, making them less absorbent.

  9. kris kaiser-hipp May 29, 2013 Reply

    In my household (of 6) everyone but my Dad does their own laundry but about 10-12 loads get done every week.

  10. Melanie Antonacci May 29, 2013 Reply

    Sheesh, family of 8-we have at least 2-3 loads per day! So, 14 or so per week.

  11. Courtney June 3, 2013 Reply

    I usually wash between 5 & 6 loads each week. Just a family of 3 right now!

  12. shelley Schmidt June 4, 2013 Reply

    I wash a load of clothes everyday and stay caught up that way. Family of four.

  13. Deana June 6, 2013 Reply

    I probably do 8 or 9 loads a week, more in the summer now since my boys come inside covered in mud almost every day!

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