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  • Jumbo USA wool dryer ball - 4"
  • Jumbo USA wool dryer ball - 4"
  • Jumbo USA wool dryer ball - 4"
  • Jumbo USA wool dryer ball - 4"
  • Jumbo USA wool dryer ball - 4"

Jumbo USA wool dryer ball - 4"

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supports USA regenerative agriculture

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Not your average wool dryer balls, Three Bales dryer balls support regenerative USA agriculture: meaning the sheep are raised and cared for right here in the United States on farms, then the wool is processed and felted into these dryer balls never leaving the US before arriving to your hands and dryer drum.

A big bonus is our dryer balls are shipping and packaged in bulk-style. No unnecessary cardboard box and you can buy a many or as few as you need. 


What are the Benefits?

Decrease dry time and reduce static cling naturally, with these sustainable sheep's wool dryer balls. Sourced directly from a family farm in the USA that uses regenerative agriculture practices.They are completely non-toxic unlike their counterparts: dryer sheets, that can hold chemicals that create skin irritation, etc. 


Made of?

Wool from sheep who spend their whole lives on open pastures, under the care of the family of farmers in the United States. Seasonally their wool is sheered, washed, and then handmade into these dryer balls. All without using bleach or nylon processing. Through their regenerative agricultural practices, such as rotational grazing, natural fertilization, and water source management, carbon emissions are captured and stored back into the soil and the land is improved. Through this Carbon Farm Plan, non-profit Fibershed has verified them as Climate Beneficial.


How Many? 

Simply throw 1 ball in for small loads and 3 balls in for a large load. As they tumble around, the wool balls keep your laundry separated. This reduces drying time, decreases static cling, and helps collect more lint. Wool is dense and works well on heavy fabrics because of its texture and strength. They make even better tennis balls for fluffing pillows, down duvets and puffer coats. 


What's their lifespan?

When you’re ready to retire your dryer balls (typical lifespan of 5 years), you can do so by composting them in your own backyard. They will break down naturally without assistance.


materials - 100% unbleached sheep's wool

size - 3.5- 4 inches diameter, extra large


*sold individually

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