Dryer Balls (Individual)
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Packaging | Dryer balls come unpackaged
Dryer balls come in natural or hearts pattern.
We can't offer exact colors as they are handmade and our maker uses colors as they are available.
Dryer balls are large, lightweight, about the size of a softball and available individually. We recommend 3-6 for small-med loads and up to 6-9 for larger dryers.
They reduce drying time, wrinkles, and static, soften clothes naturally – keep harmful chemicals off of your family’s laundry, and dryer sheets out of landfills. Did you know that dryer sheets coat your laundry with a chemical softener that ruins absorbency?
These dryer balls are made in Northern California by Green Gifts a woman owned and operated small business with climate beneficial wool source from Humbolt County, CA. The purchase supports 3 small businesses!
*Climate BeneficialTM is a verification by Fibershed (501c3 nonprofit), confirming that the fiber is grown on a farm or ranch operating under, and actively implementing, a Carbon Farm Plan. These plans are specific documents created between the farm or ranch and a third-party biologist, usually through a local Resource Conservation District (RCD) or Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office. The plans identify and quantify on-farm practices that sequester carbon out of the atmosphere, thus giving real data on climate change amelioration associated with verified fiber products. In Fall 2019 Ferndale Farms will begin to develop their Carbon Farm Plan with Fibershed. They have rotated their livestock as a part of their land stewardship practice for 4 generations, and currently implement practices such as growing cover crop and maintaining wildlife habitat. When farms are Climate Beneficial, Transitional, it means they are in the process of developing their Carbon Farm Plan with a planner and beginning to implement carbon farming practices.Full Circle Wool is founded on the concept that human material needs can benefit the natural world we live in. The fiber that supplies our wardrobes, bedding, furniture, kitchens, and art practices can support regenerative farming and a regenerative economy – allowing both people and planet to thrive. 10% of profits go back directly to the farms to help implement more carbon farming practices.