Thursday, January 31, 2013

Review and Giveaway: Woolzies Dryer Balls


woolzies balls

  Dear Readers:
  Have you ever used dryer balls? Oh my goodness, I do love them. My older dryer balls were starting to unravel and fall apart after months and months  of use when I found Woolzies.  Woolzies are made from 100% Pure New Zealand Wool and they are extra large and super fluffy.  And they work.

  How, you ask? Wool dryer balls cut down on the time it takes to dry a load of laundry by 25%.  They are natural fabric softeners without all of those yicky, yucky chemicals. And, Woolzies are guaranteed for 1,000 loads. I received my box of Woolzies, and took all 6 out to throw into the dryer with Ana's clothes. I do not trust any chemicals in the dryer with her cute little toddler clothes, so I use dryer balls instead of liquid or  dryer sheets.
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I love knowing that I am saving time and money by using something handmade, and natural. And one more great thing about Woolzies ( that is of course personal to me, ) is that they are based in the beautiful Hudson Valley. My backyard and place of residence. So in actuality, I am supporting a local company as well. It is a win-win.

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   Are you feeling lucky today? Woolzies is being generous and is offering one of my readers their own box of  dryer balls!  Watch these babies in action below:




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I received a box of Woolzies to faciliate this review, I did not receive any compensation in the writing of this review. The opinions within are my own. 

57 comments:

Carolyn said...

I recycle my cloth grocery bags.

clc408 said...

I recycle everything possible and drive as little as I can.

Realia Mazing said...

i use reusable bags at the grocery store and i recycle!
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debijackson said...

i compost and recycle paper and aluminum debbie jackson
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Elizabeth Volker said...

We cloth diaper, use reusable grocery bags, I make our laundry detergent, and use mama cloth.

Boise Wiebers said...

We use cloth diapers, napkins, and rags. We also are big recyclers.

EMMAHORTON said...

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WE RECYCLE PAPER, ALUMINUM AND PLASTICS

Nikki cunningham said...

I use cloth diapers and reusable grocery bags

sweepmom said...

I use cloth shopping bags.

Rachel said...

We use cloth diapers, wipes, mama cloth, and reusable shopping bags. We also compost a bit (mostly just produce leftovers like banana peels and whatnot).

adunlow said...

We use almost all homemade cleaning products and are going to cloth diaper!

Rachel said...

I recycle and use reusable grocery bags.

brich2222 said...

we recycle as much as we can every week

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Tes283 said...

Cloth from bed sheets, towels, old clothes can be remade into tote bags, restyled back into mod clothes, quilts, donated to pet humane societies, made into toys....many uses.

Tes283 said...

Cloth from bed sheets, towels, old clothes can be remade into tote bags, restyled back into mod clothes, quilts, donated to pet humane societies, made into toys....many uses.

Stephanie Larison said...

We use the reuseable grocery bags.

Breanne said...

Recycling

Emmy Coffee said...

Try to buy organic whenever possible, recycle paper, bottles, cans, etc., REUSE, go to thrift shops (great example of recycling), try not to buy water bottles but bring your own, same goes for coffee, use swirly light bulbs, turn things off when they are not in use, make as many stops in one drive as possible...

Maria Ivey said...

We recycle, use cloth diapers and unpaper towels.

Domestic Diva said...

We use cloth instead of paper (towels, napkins, bags, diapers, wipes, etc.)

indecisive_girl said...

I use cloth bags when shopping.

Sass said...

I also collect rain in a rain barrel for my garden.

Heather B. said...

I recycle as much as possible!!

Ali P said...

I use cloth unpaper towels.
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Beth R said...

We collect rain in our rain barrel and compost

Sarah Hayes said...

I use cloth diapers

Sarah Hayes said...

i also commented on Adoptable Pet of the Week: Johnny NYC ASPCA

Samantha Hernandez said...

We cloth diaper, recycle anything and everything we can, we use eco friendly cleaners and soap, and we use canvas shopping bags.

Becca Ann said...

we recycle

Karen said...

I recycle, compost and grow organic veggies.

Teresha Freckleton-Petite said...

I bring reusable bags to the grocery store

Terri said...

I save coffee grounds, newspapers and use them for compost. I also save dryer lint and make my own fire starters for our fireplace, which helps heat the house. terri.moore 30 at yahoo dot com

Diane52 said...

I bring cloth bags whenever I shop, have 2 recyle bins
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Rusty said...

I use cloth bags for shopping, we wrap gifts in boxes and fabric wrappers that we exchange back and forth from year to year, and we recycle paper, plastic, glass, etc. Gaye M; rustysrambles(at)gmail(dot)com

Christina Pohlman said...

We recycle and re-use

Harriett said...

Refillable water bottles!

Allison Elizabeth said...

I use cloth grocery bags and when I get plastic ones, they get reused or recycled.

Sam Last said...

using cloth daipers

Michelle Lee said...

We avoid disposable paper products as much as possible and go re-useable!

EVA LEPE said...

Use cloth diapers, wipes, mama cloth, I recycle the water of the diaper laundry for the WC

Candace Tarkeshian said...

We recycle, use cloth diapers & wipes, and try to use products with fewer chemicals.

jessica schueler said...

I make my own laundry soap and we recycle

Brandi Swanson said...

cloth diaper

hussagain said...

we recycle cans and bottles. we also make our own laundry detergent so we do not have any jugs or boxes of empty detergent going to the landfills

willowmoon said...

We are a completely chemical-free household.

bac1 said...

recycle use cloth baGS

Kayla Dusseau said...

we use clothdiapers here in our house

Kayla Dusseau said...

we use clothdiapers here in our house

tiffany said...

I always try to bring my own grocery bags!

Heather said...

We carpool :)

carolpie said...

We use natural soaps and have chickens and goats that clean up the yard and we give any leftovers to.
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Charlene said...

I use refillable water bottles :)

TreasureToday said...

I minimize water usage.

Samii Alexxis said...

I tend to be more careful on what products I buy - biodegradable bags are important

Sallee Glickler said...

I make my own laundry detergent. I recycle. And to get rid of static in the dryer, I use balls of aluminum foil.

Charity said...

Cloth diapers!

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