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    Dryer balls?

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    Anyone use them? How are they for reducing static? Do they really make your towels fluffier, even over time as the fluff wears off the towels?
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    My dad and step mom use them. I don't do my laundry over there much but when I do, it doesn't seem any different than if I were to throw in a fabric softener.
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    we have a set. I wouldn't say they make things fluffier in my opionon - - but they do eliminate the use of a dryer sheet and have lasted practically forever.

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    I have heard they are really good.. and that they cut down on drying time? Dunno really.. I am considering getting some to try out once we move!
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    Okay now, the subject is "Dryer balls," and I was going to suggest using talcum powder.

    But hey, whatever.

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    we have them and one dried up and broke in half. haha. that was like three loads after we bought it. and i also didn't see a diff. in the loads. it just tumbles in there and makes noise in the smaller loads. lol.
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    If you want to fluff stuff up you can use new tennis balls. You would still have to use fabric softner though.
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    My mom has the dryer balls and it does wonders! i love them..it really reduces static. Eelo, you are too crazy! Talcum powder make schweaty balls dryer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eelo View Post
    Okay now, the subject is "Dryer balls," and I was going to suggest using talcum powder.

    But hey, whatever.

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    haha, talcum powder..too funny. lol.

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