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Drier Balls anyone? £5.50

rizla01 Avatar
8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Reduced from £10.00 you can now have dryer balls for £5.50.

Probably MORE of a necessity in the Summer months - Ask ANY chap (Betty Swollocks Etc.):)

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Soften your washing the clever way with these amazing JML Dryer Balls. Just pop them into your tumble dryer and use as normal and watch as these ingenious little balls get to work.

Features



2 Dryer Balls
Noticeably softens fabrics
Reduces drying time by up to 25%
Reduces creases and wrinkles
Cuts down on lint
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#1
or £1 at Poundland for exactly the same thing. Wife bought 2 at Woolies, then day later found the exact same ones in Poundland.
#2
Need these- got soaked playing footy the other night.
#3
For dryer balls dangle above a fan, but be careful! :whistling:
#4
wozwebs;2525083
or £1 at Poundland for exactly the same thing. Wife bought 2 at Woolies, then day later found the exact same ones in Poundland.

Ah, but were they made by JML?
#5
rizla01;2525122
Ah, but were they made by JML?


Don't JML just rebadge stuff anyway?
#6
in my opinion.the pound ones are a copy using cheaper plastic but do the same job.
#7
Come on Rizla01, Price and retailler in post title ;-), shouldn't have to tell the one who has the HOTTEST DEAL EVER on here :thinking:

Currently 2515..SCORTCHIO http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/209109/all-woolworths-deals-over-60-reduct :thumbsup:
#8
wozwebs
or £1 at Poundland for exactly the same thing. Wife bought 2 at Woolies, then day later found the exact same ones in Poundland.


:thumbsup:
#9
But do they actually work?

Reduce drying time?
#10
Seem to make towels fluffier, not sure on time?
#11
i think they work but better with older dryer newer dryers dry quicker anyway
#12
big-boy
Come on Rizla01, Price and retailler in post title ;-), shouldn't have to tell the one who has the HOTTEST DEAL EVER on here :thinking:

Currently 2515..SCORTCHIO http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/209109/all-woolworths-deals-over-60-reduct :thumbsup:


I think it was posted more for it's comedy value than anything else. :whistling:
#13
Drier Balls anyone?


Mine are at the perfectly correct level of moistness - thank you very much!!!! :w00t:

Or did you mean drYer? :whistling: :-D :whistling: :-D
#14
They do reduce drying times hence electric costs & reduce creasing so less or no fabric conditioner needed. Only downside is rattle around in drum so a bit noisy if dryer is in a living area. Genuine ones are a bargain at less than £10. Copies may not be as effective!
I wouldn't be without mine!
#15
Jumpingphil;2525659
I think it was posted more for it's comedy value than anything else. :whistling:


Correcto.:)

You know me then?
#16
dealdiva
They do reduce drying times hence electric costs & reduce creasing so less or no fabric conditioner needed. Only downside is rattle around in drum so a bit noisy if dryer is in a living area. Genuine ones are a bargain at less than £10. Copies may not be as effective!
I wouldn't be without mine!


Copies not as effective? They're only plastic balls!

Chuck an old golf ball or tennis ball in and it will probably have the same effect;-)
#17
big-boy;2525211
Come on Rizla01, Price and retailler in post title ;-), shouldn't have to tell the one who has the HOTTEST DEAL EVER on here :thinking:

Currently 2515..SCORTCHIO http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/209109/all-woolworths-deals-over-60-reduct :thumbsup:

How do you know it's the hottest deal EVER and is there a prize? (£50.00 of Amazon vouchers would be good Mods). Hint Hint.:whistling:

Looks like this deal may also hit an all time low, too. Humour not appreciated today, then?:p
#18
rizla01
How do you know it's the hottest deal EVER and is there a prize? (£50.00 of Amazon vouchers would be good Mods). Hint Hint.:whistling:
Looks like this deal may also hit an all time low, too. Humour not appreciated today, then?:p


I think the prize / gift is an offer of the week from that popular website R*dsave :p, fancy claiming it ????
[mod]#19
what about chucking eggs in your dryer? same effect ? :thinking:
#20
goonertillidie
what about chucking eggs in your dryer? same effect ? :thinking:


If you do, the added benefit is that when they break, they scramble and you've got breakfast:thumbsup:

Unfortunately, they'll well and truly feck up your clothes too:p
[mod]#21
[QUOTE=cheapskate58]If you do, the added benefit is that when they break, they scramble and you've got breakfast:thumbsup:

Unfortunately, they'll well and truly feck up your clothes too:p[/QUOTE

:-D lol:w00t:
#22
goonertillidie;2526531
[QUOTE=cheapskate58]If you do, the added benefit is that when they break, they scramble and you've got breakfast:thumbsup:

Unfortunately, they'll well and truly feck up your clothes too:p[/QUOTE

:-D lol:w00t:


I wonder if you could put them in a tupperware container with some bacon perhaps.
Anyone want to try it?
:w00t:
#23
Jumpingphil;2526635
[QUOTE=goonertillidie]

I wonder if you could put them in a tupperware container with some bacon perhaps.
Anyone want to try it?
:w00t:


That would get you a bacon omelette - yum:thumbsup:
#24
big-boy;2525211
Come on Rizla01, Price and retailler in post title ;-), shouldn't have to tell the one who has the HOTTEST DEAL EVER on here :thinking:

Currently 2515..SCORTCHIO http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/209109/all-woolworths-deals-over-60-reduct :thumbsup:

Might have been if it didn't get expired by some idiot at the beginning.

It'd have to go some to beat this one tho.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/26336/the-official-nintendo-wii-bargain-a/

But then look who posted it.:whistling:

Nothing fishy there then.:)

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