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No More Dryer Sheets!

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Why waste money on dryer sheets when you can easily and inexpensively make your own dryer balls?

To see more: http://alwayssomethinghome.blogspot.com/2012/10/no-more-expensive-dryer-sheets.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Abi Zimmerman
    Abi Zimmerman Crete, IL

    I've been using my dryer balls for about 8 months now and haven't had any problems with the colors bleeding. Mine are black, grey, and white. Also, I use at least 5 per load otherwise I don't feel like it helps things dry faster. Here's a link if

  • Dannie
    Dannie Waco, TX

    My mom used tennis balls and they worked great!

  • Colleen
    Colleen Fargo, ND

    Great Idea of making your own dryer balls. I've been using the purchased ball for 3 years with a little problem with static cling. In the past I did try tennis balls but they didn't cut my drying time down as much as the purchased balls. Like many ,

  • Carol Jordan
    Carol Jordan Freeland, MD

    I agree w/Dannie, tennis balls work well.

  • Lisa Davis
    Lisa Davis Guthrie, OK

    you can also use balls of tin foil in your dryer. I use two or three at a time and they work. They get rid of static electricity as well.