Comprised of hand-felted, 100% New Zealand wool and black azo-free dye. Certified cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny.
Caution: Discontinue use if you are allergic to lanolin and begin to experience skin irritation.
Toss all three Black Wool Dryer Balls into your dryer. Add your jeans or dark-colored clothing, sheets, and towels. Simple as counting sheep! Replace your Wool Dryer Balls after 1,000 loads, or when fibers begin to loosen. An additional set may be needed for aging dryers.
Caution: The color may transfer to lighter colors and whites — only use in dark loads.
Molly’s Suds is a trusted source for laundry and home care products that adhere to strict ingredient and manufacturing integrity. Whenever possible, we choose to source materials that are organic, eco-responsible, Certified Cruelty-Free by Leaping Bunny, or certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The products we develop are created with the earth in mind and are made to be reused again and again before finally being recycled, whenever possible.
Beyond our care for the Planet, we also passionately care for People. We choose to partner with other female or minority-owned businesses that have goals which align with our own; human safety, eco-responsibility, and giving back.
A few of our partnerships include; Autism Hope Alliance, Women’s Voices for the Earth, and Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families. You can learn more about them here.
How to Clean Your Wool Dryer Balls
If a ball gets dirty, put it into a mesh wash bag and launder on a warm, delicate cycle. Place in a sunny window until completely dried before returning to the dryer.
How to Naturally Scent Your Laundry
To scent laundry, add 4-8 drops of your favorite pure essential oils directly onto the wool balls. Allow to set overnight* and they’ll be ready for your next load.
Note: Essential oils may stain the wool. This is not harmful and does not affect the ball in any way.
Laundry Tips for Softer Fabric and Reduced Static Cling:
Most dryer sheets are packed with harsh chemicals and toxins that leave a residue on your clothing. Ditch the dryer sheets and fabric softeners, and opt for natural methods instead, like these listed below.
- To replace fabric softener in the wash, add 1/2 cup of distilled white vinegar to the rinse cycle
- To break apart static bonds, add 2-3 extra large safety pins to old socks and keep them in the dryer. The metal will help to reduce static.
- Did you know that almost 90% of the time, static is caused by fleece and other synthetic fibers, like rayon, microfiber, fleece, polyester, and blends? After about 3-5 minutes of dryer time, pull out fleece, sweatpants, and workout apparel to air dry, while continuing to dry the fabrics that do not create static.