Monday, April 20, 2009

Nellie's Pink Dryer Balls

I came across these dryer balls on the Literacy Site web store. The description says they are "as seen on Daily Planet", and that these large soft plastic balls with spikes are meant to take the place of fabric softeners, which are extremely toxic. According to the product information, the spikes "help to lift and separate clothes with the goal of reducing static and drying time and fluffing clothes by improving the circulation of heat and air through the wet items." It also says that they can be used to dry delicate clothes without heat.

They were originally $14.95, so I'm not sure how long this $6.00/pair price will last. I think they'd make a nice stocking stuffer for the environmentalist in your life.

What: Nellie's Pink Dryer Balls
Where: The Literacy Site store
How much (as of today's post): $6.00 (plus shipping)

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