Tips and Tricks: Dryer Balls

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Every Monday we bring you ideas on how you can re-use products you already have at home in a creative way.

In this week’s Tips and Tricks, we are going to teach you how to turn some of those everyday household products into home-made dryer balls. Dyer balls are great and economical way to cut down the static electricity of your laundry.

What you will need:

  • Skein of 100% wool yarn
  • Scissors
  • Nylons of Knee-high stockings
  • Blunt-tipped needle or crochet
  • hook

Take the wool are wrap it around your fingers few times until you form a ball of any size you would like. The end of the wool can be tucked inside using a crochet needle or a pen.

To felt the ball, get a nylon and simply place the wool ball inside the nylon and tie a knot. Then you can throw the ball and nylon in the washing machine on hot.

It will then be ready to be used in the dryer as a dryer ball to remove statics from your laundry.

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