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Don’t be sheepish about getting rid of static. Our vegan anti-static dryer balls are a quiet and eco-friendly alternative to wool dryer balls and dryer sheets. Your clothes will spend less time in the dryer, and come out free from wrinkles and static.
Recycled water bottles (rPET) with carbon filament static-dissipative fabric, 100% recycled water bottles (rPET) filling
Ideal for people with sensitive skin or wool allergies, our vegan, non-toxic, and unscented dryer balls sustainably stop static in its tracks. The soft recycled PET filling makes them less noisy than other balls and their larger size will keep them out of sleeves.
Our Loads of Fun laundry collection gives you the tools you need to take better care of your clothes, ensuring they last longer and wash more efficiently, allowing you to consume and purchase less. A win for your closet is a win for the planet.
We’re honored to be in your home, and promise to make ourselves useful. Not to mention sustainable, reusable, recycled and recyclable, even shareable, compostable, and occasionally huggable. Because we’re totally committed to the home you live in, and the one we live on.
To use, just toss all 3 dryer balls into medium/large-sized loads.
To refresh the anti-static outer layer, just throw them in the wash with like colors and a mild detergent.
Still have static? While dryer balls help your clothes dry faster, over drying can be a common cause of excess static. We recommend reducing your machine's drying time or heat to prevent over drying.
- dryer sheets
- wool balls
These have done a great job at replacing dryer sheets. I’d been wanting to start using an eco-friendly product in my dryer, but am vegan and didn’t want to use wool balls. These work amazing and keep my clothes static free. They’re big too! Highly recommend.
Better than the wool ones
I do like these better than the wool ones. They don’t end up all jumbled up in my clothes and definitely not a loud as the wool ones.
I bought these dryer balls in order to help reduce the amount of dryer sheets I needed, and they definitely help reduce static! You may, however, need to figure out a load time that works, or adjust the heat a little, because static may still be there when it's done drying, and the packaging does mention this! I didn't actually know overdrying was a thing that could happen!