Heart Felt Dryer Balls Giveaway – 6 Winners – ends 10/24


Sponsor: Heart Felt Dryer Balls

Host: Mom Powered Media

Heart Felt Organic Wool Dryer Balls are made of densely felted organic New Zealand wool. When placed in a dryer with wet laundry they move between the folds breaking up clumps of wet clothes so the hot air can circulate and dry the clothes faster.

The wool absorbs moisture coming off the clothes, reducing dry time by 30-50%.
This leads to several important benefits and COST effective savings that you notice QUICKLY.

1- Dry time is reduced by 30-50%, saving you time in the laundry and letting you spend more quality time on other things.
2- Because dry time is reduced you save significant money on your household electricity bills as the dryer is not on for as long.
3- The gentle movement of the balls acts like a fabric softener so never again will you need fabric softener or chemical filled dryer sheets.

Who Should Use Wool Dryer Balls? The correct answer is EVERYONE!

If you want to save time, money and the environment while enjoying soft, static-free clothes then you want Heart Felt pure organic wool dryer balls.

Mothers washing cloth diapers find wool dryer balls invaluable as they are doing even more frequent laundry loads than usual, and need soft, dry diapers ready for their babies. Don’t undo all your eco-conscious good work avoiding disposable diapers by running the electric dryer all day!

Anyone looking to reduce household bills- dryers are guzzlers of electricity and we can cut down your dry time by 30-50%.

Have eczema or sensitive skin? Enjoy hypoallergenic, chemical free, naturally softened clothes.

Hate the chemicals and synthetic smell of fabric softeners and dryer sheets? Go chemical free and add essential oils to our organic wool dryer balls to give your laundry a natural fragrance with aroma-therapeutic benefits- lavender, rose or tea tree are popular favouites!

Want to check out Heart Felt Dryer Balls click on THIS link


Heart Felt Dryer Balls is offering 6 lucky fans a chance to win a 4 pack of dryer balls for themselves! That’s a 17.99 Value for 6 WINNERS!

Open to: USA ONLY


void where prohibited

winners has 48 hours to claim or a new winner will be chosen NO exceptions

one person per household can enter

ends Oct 24/14 at 11:59 pm EST

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  1. I just wanted to say that I have some of these dryer balls and they really work, I love using them. Thank you for sharing these with us

  2. Robin Lambesis Rix says:

    Would love to try these instead of fabric softener. BTW, the 2nd to last link for pinterest follow is linked to a Facebook page instead of Pinterest.

  3. I’ve heard of dryer balls before and wondered if and how they worked. They sound ideal drying baby clothes.I like that they’re natural and not full of chemicals.

  4. Maria Iemma says:

    I’ve heard so many god things about dryer balls before but have never used them. I am very interested in this post and giveaway.

  5. These dryer balls sound great, I have heard of them but have never used them before. After reading about the dryer balls here in this post I definitely want to give them a try. Thank you for sharing this post.

  6. These dryer balls are an eco-conscious laundry option and perfect for people with chemical sensitivities! Unlike standard fabric softener (liquid or sheets), they contain no chemicals and release no toxic fumes into your home or into the environment. They’re the only thing I use in the dryer!

  7. Not only do I not use face book, even if I did I wouldn’t enter a contest that tried to tell me I must like to have a chance to win.

  8. Charity Cox says:

    The last Pinterest link goes to Facebook. So I looked it up on Pinterest and followed. Just thought I’d let you know. 🙂

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