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Now everyone can afford Dryer Balls..I have no idea how these work or even if they work but these are around £7 everywhere and even if the Poundshop sold them these Dryer Balls from Dunelm Mill would still be cheaper.
Out of stock for home delivery but plenty in store ( Eastbourne) when I was in there yesterday
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#1
:lol:
1 Like #2
:lol: great price for them too!
#3
out of stock :(
#4
Reeferman
out of stock :(


As mentioned in the original post..you'll have to check in your local store
#5
4x in a pack in Poundland £1.

I'd love some wash balls instead. They are more useful but very difficult to find cheap.
#6
I might sound stupid but really what do they actually do?
#7
aishaukhan
I might sound stupid but really what do they actually do?


found it myself "This Pack of 2 Dryer Balls is ideal to put in with your laundry, helping to keep your towels fluffy. ":oops:
#8
aishaukhan
found it myself "This Pack of 2 Dryer Balls is ideal to put in with your laundry, helping to keep your towels fluffy. ":oops:


They're supposed to dry your clothes quicker in a tumble dryer.. can't see it myself and I can't see the point of spending £7 on a pair.. that would take a fair bit of drying to get your money back
#9
aishaukhan
found it myself "This Pack of 2 Dryer Balls is ideal to put in with your laundry, helping to keep your towels fluffy. ":oops:


Yes they just bounce around inside the tumble dryer spreading out the clothes and stuff drying them quicker instead of them clumping together.
#10
bloomin poundland ones dented the inside of my drier! loads of little dents all round the drum where these things bang around. dont use them anymore.
#11
Why not just use some cheap golf balls. lol
banned#12
pet2000
4x in a pack in Poundland £1.

I'd love some wash balls instead. They are more useful but very difficult to find cheap.


Yep.
I've got washballs.
Wern't cheap but they do work.
2 Likes #13
I used basketballs but there wasn't any room left for my washing
1 Like #14
Voted cold.

I've been sat at my desk for the past hour with these things shoved down my trolleys and I'm still soaking wet down there worse than a parmesan cheese factory in a flood!

:(
#15
Amazingly they do actually work, can make a bit of a racket though.
Been selling them in B&M for a quid for ages.
#16
mumjit
Voted cold.

I've been sat at my desk for the past hour with these things shoved down my trolleys and I'm still soaking wet down there worse than a parmesan cheese factory in a flood!

:(


grim
#17
The only things these did is make a racket in my dryer and made my clothes look worn out much quicker! Cold!
#18
SunTzu
bloomin poundland ones dented the inside of my drier! loads of little dents all round the drum where these things bang around. dont use them anymore.


Same happened to me and I had the branded ones :x
#19
Makes your tumble driver sound like a cement mixer full of scrap iron, and dents the drum. Nasty things.
#20
What do you do with these?Put one in each pocket and it keeps your balls dry during this warm weather?
#21
Saw these in Ann Summers, not as cheap as this though !!
#22
I've always wanted to try these, but I've read the stories about them damaging clothes and the drum before, so it put me off. Shame because they're a good idea. (If you have a puffy jacket you can try tennis balls).
#23
I have heard tennis balls do just as good job but are better for your clothes and drier as softer.
suspended#24
are these meant to help men for something? what do they do? wash balls I presume?
#25
lots in stock in bolton dunelm today x hot hot hot :thumbsup:
#26
Voted hot for the title alone.
#27
these were brilliant.........but my missus said they made holes in the clothes
#28
:-(
BargainJim
Same happened to me and I had the branded ones :x


me too, had to get new drier caus they caused drum to come loose!
#29
I've been using these for ages (some cheapo version from Poundland years ago).

They do make a bit of clatter when you first set the dryer going, but after a few mins it heats up and they go quite soft.

Never noticed any damage to clothing.

Never really noticed any significant difference in drying time either mind you! But I do think the stuff seems to come out less creased - the seem to seperate it a bit more while it's spinning around.

Since I'm soon getting totally free electricity for the next 25yrs thanks to HUKD, I don't really care anymore though!!
#30
These do work. Never had any probs with damage to clothes or dryer..
#31
panddda
I've been using these for ages (some cheapo version from Poundland years ago).

They do make a bit of clatter when you first set the dryer going, but after a few mins it heats up and they go quite soft.

Never noticed any damage to clothing.

Never really noticed any significant difference in drying time either mind you! But I do think the stuff seems to come out less creased - the seem to seperate it a bit more while it's spinning around.

Since I'm soon getting totally free electricity for the next 25yrs thanks to HUKD, I don't really care anymore though!!


25 years free electricity how come?
#32
pet2000
4x in a pack in Poundland £1.

I'd love some wash balls instead. They are more useful but very difficult to find cheap.


I got my wash balls from Bid.tv You can get them at a really good price . The only draw back is the postage charge, but even so the savings are still huge.
http://www.bid.tv/SearchPage.aspx?Cat=0&Sub=0&Search=wash+balls.
I've had mine nearly a year now and they are still going strong
#33
79p to keep Betty Swallocks at bay! has to be a bargain.
#34
Avoid! These things don't make your clothes dry faster and, as some people have said, can actually damage clothes and your tumble drier.

How can people really think they will help!?! Don't be daft.
#35
Ah but the cats love to play with them as they spin around and around.....
#36
I find some talc down there does the trick ;-)
#37
'Andrew[mg
;8944838']Avoid! These things don't make your clothes dry faster and, as some people have said, can actually damage clothes and your tumble drier.

How can people really think they will help!?! Don't be daft.


As one of the "daft" people, I can say I am thrilled with how these work for me, and they also "beat" the dog hair out of things as well
#38
mikerj
Makes your tumble driver sound like a cement mixer full of scrap iron, and dents the drum. Nasty things.


Dents the drum? Whats your drum made of then? if this small plastic ball can dent the drum then there is something really wrong with your drum!
#39
Ive used the cheapy poundland ones for a few years and had no problems, certainly no denting of the drum. Might see about getting some for my son to play with though, he's very tctile & frequently steals my tumble balls.
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