Are plastic dryer balls safe?

Answer On One Hand: They Can Reduce Laundry Products UsedDryer balls are highly recommended by many people in the "green" movement because they cut down on the amount of dryer sheets and fabric softener y... Read More »

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Homemade Dryer Balls?

You can make your laundry static and wrinkle free with homemade dryer balls. These homemade balls are free of the chemicals usually found in dryer sheets and fabric softeners. They work by lifting ... Read More »

What are dryer balls made of?

Dryer balls are made of polyvinyl chloride plastic, also known as PVC. PVC is used in many household products, including toys and food packaging. It is also widely used in the health care industry.... Read More »

Are dryer balls noisy?

Dryer balls are made of plastic or rubber and usually have some type of fabric softener in them to help make the drying laundry more wrinkle free, sweet smelling and soft. As the balls bang around ... Read More »

When did plastic billiard/pool balls come out?

The first plastic billiards balls were created in 1870 by John Wesley Hyatt. The balls were made of celluloid, which is considered the first synthetic plastic. They replaced ivory balls, which were... Read More »