JML Dryer Balls - £4 instore @ Sainsbury's
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JML Dryer Balls - £4 instore @ Sainsbury's

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Found 1st Jan 2014
JML Dryer Balls half price, now selling for £4, found in store at Livingston yesterday - also available on line.

I posted this deal yesterday at the same time as one for JML Bobble Off, but for some reason the post (which received heat) has been removed - can anyone enlighten me?
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Talcum powder is much cheaper and effective to keep balls drier.

But the Bobble Off will keep them nice and smooth

perhaps because they sell them in pound shops

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sponduli

perhaps because they sell them in pound shops



not JML ones they don't and that wouldn't be a reason to remove the post

4363phil

I posted this deal yesterday at the same time as one for JML Bobble Off, … I posted this deal yesterday at the same time as one for JML Bobble Off, but for some reason the post (which received heat) has been removed - can anyone enlighten me?



That post was sooo last year

I think its a good price, I have these prickly balls, very nice

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jeczap

That post was sooo last year



boo boom

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Product Description The pink and blue dryerballs have different tensile strengths and different shaped softening nodes. The two dryerballs softening balls have been designed so that they work in combination to lift and separate the laundry whilst tumble drying. The dryerballs also retain the heat and transfer it to the clothes as they tumble, thus aiding the drying process.

Be sure to place both dryerballs mechanical fabric softeners in the tumble dryer and operate the machine at the usual setting for your fabrics. There is no need to add a softening dryer sheet or use fabric softening in your wash. The dryerballs use the specially-designed nodes to physically break down the stiffness created by water drying in fabric, thus softening your laundry without the introduction of chemicals.

The dryerballs have been scientifically tested to ISO standards at an indenpendant, fabric care laboratory and have been proven to:

Reduce drying time by up to 25% Reduce the creasing in laundry Cut down on lint (waste fluff) Dryerballs also help to soften fabrics.

They are also certified non-toxic to EU standards (EN71 pt3) unlike the chemical-laden fabric softeners.

pound shop does same job

spicy_gal

I think its a good price, I have these prickly balls, very nice


Ooo errrr

Just bought from local store, good price!
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