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    tammyco5@aol.com
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    Has anyone used these? From the reviews they sound like they're a winner. They're chemical free and economical. I'm also interested in the dryer balls. If you use 6 of them it sounds like they work.

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    Monique
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    Default Amazing Laundry Balls

    I just moved down to SC from OH, and my aunt has 2 in the dryer. They seem to be okay. gaiam.com seems to have a better idea for resuable dryer sheets, but I haven't tried them. When I move to my apartment, I will likely buy the dryer sheets.



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    Herlean
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    Default Amazing Laundry Balls

    I have. Herlean

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    Default Re: Amazing Laundry Balls

    I have never seen those! If you find someone who has used them, do let me know what they thought. I am always looking for ways to cut my laundry bill down!
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    Default Re: Amazing Laundry Balls

    I am in the process of making the dryer balls now. I will let you know in a few days if they work. I went through some old things and found some of the wool yarn so i didn't have to buy any but did the laundry already. But can't wait to try them.

 

 

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