Alpaca dryer balls are a gentler alternative to plastic hedgehog dryer balls and dryer sheets. It reduces wrinkles, lint of clothes.
New Zealand Alpaca Fiber
xl 9 inch
|Organic Alpaca laundry dryer balls
|New Zealand Premium Alpaca Wool, no cheap filler, chemical-free
|xl 9 inches, the diameter is 7 cm
|40g or as your request
|drawstring cotton bag, paper box, felt bag, and pp bag
|yes, we can custom size, color, and pattern
|White, gray, and brown
• Alpaca Dryer Balls: naturally soften clothes, save money on dryer sheets and fabric softener, reduce wrinkles, dry laundry faster, and save energy.
• Handmade: I personally make these from my own alpacas and alpaca fiber from New Zealand. They are minimally processed using a scent and dye-free detergent to aid the felting process. They are smooth, soft, and naturally hypoallergenic.
• Smells Amazing: These dryer balls have a pleasant alpaca smell that doesn’t compete with your favorite laundry detergent or perfume.
• No Chemicals Added: Unlike commercial dryer sheets, these have no chemicals added to them. Fragrance and dye-free.
• High Quality: They are durable and will last many years with proper care. The wool is very strong and will not shed when used as intended.
Yes, wool dryer balls are excellent at speeding up drying time by up to 25%. They work by wicking moisture away from clothes, which in turn speeds up drying. They also help separate clothes for a more efficient tumble dry and fast dry.
Simply place a set of alpaca dryer balls in your dryer with wet clothes. They bounce around, getting into every corner of the machine and helping tumble your clothing to reduce tumbling time and eliminate wrinkles. No chemicals, no plastic — just all-natural, organic wool to soften fabrics and reduce static cling.
In order to keep your laundry from tangling in the dryer, we recommend using at least three dryer balls. These balls reduce drying time by absorbing moisture and assisting the tumbling process. In addition to reducing drying time, they also help keep clothes, sheets, or towels from knotting together in the dryer.
A typical alpaca dryer ball contains about 40 grams of alpaca wool. If you’re using a typical load of laundry, which is about 2kg, then the ball will be used for 2000 loads before it needs to be replaced.
Are dryer balls bad for your dryer? Luckily wool is not as dense as synthetic materials, so wool dryer balls won’t damage your machine as they bounce around during a drying cycle. Be sure not to overload your dryer with clothes.
Size of load and dryer performance will determine how many balls you should use. For small to regular-sized loads, 3 balls are sufficient. For large loads, 6-8 balls, and for extra large loads all the way up to 8-12 balls. The more balls you use, the less time it takes to dry.
An easy way of restoring them is to “recharge” your dryer balls by washing them in hot water on a gentle cycle and then dry them in the dryer – or air dry, but it’ll take a lot longer. This will regenerate the wool and give the dryer balls a fresh recharge.
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