Saturday, October 6, 2012

Baby Bear Dryer Balls Review and Giveaway Open to the US and Canada Ends

Have you ever heard of wool dryer balls? I hadn't until I found Baby Bear Dryer Balls, I was looking for cloth diapers when I found them. What they do is cut your drying time up to 40% as well as softening your clothes without fabric softeners. All you do is put 4 to 6 of them into your dryer and  run it as usual. That's it! Why they work us that they create pockets of air in your clothing allowing the heated air to get in there and dry more efficiently.

When I visited Baby Bear I was impressed that there are 13 colors to choose from, the balls cost $11.00 each, are made in the U.S.A and are 100% organic wool. While researching a little more about wool dryer balls I discovered they are great for drying cloth diapers. I read that while in the summer static cling is not an issue but it can be in the winter months however if you add white vinegar in the rinse cycle the static is cut down considerably.

Once I had my request in for my dryer balls they arrived within two days, so that was really fast service. Correspondence with the owner of Baby Bear Dryer Balls was very quick and pleasant. How do I like them? I love them, as a mom that is trying to go as green as possible I love the fact that not only am I going to save a ton of money, I am also going to have a more environmentally friendly wash and a healthier laundry for my family. I am really trying hard to get away from all the chemicals I have always been exposed to.

Baby Bear sent me enough dryer balls so I can share them with my readers. One reader will receive four dryer balls to try out for themselves! To enter all you have to do is complete the easy mandatory entries. The rest of the entries are optional so you don't have to do them if you don't want to. Keep in mind the more entries you complete the better are your chances of winning. 

Disclaimer: I did receive a sample of this product so I could try them out and write this review. Even so I would never say I liked something if I did not. All opinions are my own.