Multi-Colored Wool Dryer BallsEchoview Fiber Mill
Alternative to fabric softener and disposable dryer sheets.
Made by hand in North Carolina, these reusable wool balls leave load after load of laundry feeling soft and fresh, replacing the need for dryer sheets and fabric softeners. Their absorbent, softening qualities last and last, so you can keep using them for years to come. Each dryer ball will last for over 1,000 loads of laundry, and every dryer ball you add will shorten your drying process, saving you energy and time. For a fun bonus, add a few drops of your favorite essential oils to your dryer balls before a load of laundry to give your clothes a signature scent and so that you get to feel like a laundry alchemist!
Goes Great With:
- Clothes Drying Rack
- Dissolvable Laundry Pills
- Guppyfriend Microplastic Washing Bag
- Laundry Paste
- Laundry Powder
100% natural wool from sheep raised in the United States. These hardworking Americans go against the grain and follow the ancient tradition of carefully raising and tending animals that grow this renewable resource on their backs. The farmers do so out of a love of animals, a dedication to the environment, and in hope that there are still people out there who want to say "no" to an acrylic sweater in favor of something natural.
Boxes are 100% post consumer recycled cardboard.
Just toss them in the dryer with your clothes like you would a disposable dryer sheet, but without any of the chemicals or waste. We recommend at least three dryer balls for a normal load of laundry.
End of Life Recommendations
Boxes are 100% post consumer recycled paper and can be torn up and put in compost bin, used as fire starters, put on your garden to stop weeds from growing, or recycled. The Dryer Balls are 100% unbleached natural sheep wool, so when you do not want to use them in your dryer anymore, please turn into an animal toy, throw in your compost bin or bury in the garden!
Where It Comes From
Echoview Fiber Mill is a spinning mill, knitting operation, and design house based in Weaverville, NC. They make exceptionally high quality and beautifully designed home goods, accessories, and craft knitting and weaving yarns using natural fibers like wool, alpaca, silk, mohair, and organic cotton. Their work reflects a style that is both simple and modern. Their facility is a Gold LEED certified building, so sustainability is literally the foundation of everything they do and is taken into account in each decision they make.