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Has anyone used those dryer balls that's supposed to take the place of fabric softener and dryer sheets? I've seen them in a magazine but don't want to buy them unless I know they work.

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  1. #1
    tkjordan4
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    Has anyone used those dryer balls that's supposed to take the place of

    fabric softener and dryer sheets? I've seen them in a magazine but

    don't want to buy them unless I know they work.








  2. #2
    Nancy Jacobs
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    I don't think they take the place of dryer sheets. I have 2 sets (4 total) clearance at Walmart for $2.00 a set. They are blue with little nubs all over. What they do is just fluf up the laundry in the dryer and I do think it helps with that. They will not take out static cling like a dryer sheet does. I still use a dryer sheet with each load. Nancy J.

    tkjordan4 <tkjordan@comcast.net> wrote: Has anyone used those dryer balls that's supposed to take the place of
    fabric
    softener and dryer sheets? I've seen them in a magazine but
    don't want to buy them unless I know they work.




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    Herlean
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    I have used them. They were a gift. They are fine for most things, but I miss the static relief that you get from the dryer sheet with towels, so I still use fabric softner in the washer with towels and the balls in the dryer. I have used a lot less dryer sheets since getting them. The clothes do seem to use less drying time. I don't dry many jeans in our dryer anymore. Haven't in quite some time. I hang them on the line. They take way too long to dry in the dryer. If I need a pair or two for hubby, I will dry those two pairand hang the rest. Has saved us a ton of money. Later, I would like to get a gas dryer, which dries jeans much faster, IMO. Herlean

    tkjordan4 <tkjordan@comcast.net> wrote: Has anyone used those
    dryer balls that's supposed to take the place of
    fabric softener and dryer sheets? I've seen them in a magazine but
    don't want to buy them unless I know they work.



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    Patricia Coss
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    I have them and love them. I have no static cling on anything, and the clothes are very soft when the come out. I have not tried using less time on my drier so I do not know if that is true but I love them and will buy them again when I need them. Patti



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    Has anyone used those dryer balls that's supposed to take the place of
    fabric softener and dryer sheets? I've seen them in a magazine but
    don't want to buy them unless I know they work.





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  5. #5
    Shana Lawson
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    I have some, but have not used them yet. My understanding is that they are supposed to take the place of dryer sheets because there are some items that you are not supposed to us a dryer sheet when drying. My mother has used them ans really likes them. Good luck!

    tkjordan4 <tkjordan@comcast.net> wrote: Has anyone used those dryer balls that's supposed to take the place of
    fabric softener and dryer sheets? I've seen them in a magazine but
    don't want to
    buy them unless I know they work.




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    Marguerite
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    i have never heard of these where do you buy them?


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    Katrina Hartman
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    I saw some just tonight at Kohl's.

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    i have never heard of these where do you buy them?



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    Karla Jordan
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    <FONT face="Lucida Calligraphy" size="2">I've seen them in catalogs but others have said they're at Walgreen's.
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    i have never heard of these where do you buy them?



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    I saw them on QVC's website. www.qvc.com I think they are less than $20 Herlean

    Marguerite <flyladystuff@yahoo.com> wrote: i have never heard of these where do you buy them?


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  10. #10
    alma jones
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    Instead of buying the special "dryer balls" use tennis balls, they are much cheaper and work as well.



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    They are at Walgrens here. I beleive they are under $10.



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