Your Balls Are About Useless 2.9.2019

head in the clouds with copyright

Now, first of all, GET YOUR MIND OUT OF THE GUTTER!   😉

I like to try different products. Particularly things that might be friendlier to the environment and I like to be frugal.

Example: I have a reusable mesh coffee filter instead of continuously buying the “one use only”,  paper coffee filters. Win! Win for frugal and obviously decreases the amount of garbage I produce etc…

Static cling is a pain!  Unfortunately, I am allergic to scented dryer sheets and generally buy the hypo allergenic kind.

Two weeks ago, doing my regular monthly online Walmart shopping, I stumbled upon a product that I had heard of  but had not tried – “Dryer balls”. This particular brand was rubber, not my favorite option, but the price was right, so I decided what the heck.

dryer balls 2.9.19

The first drying experience was okay. A bit of static but didn’t seem to be quite as much. Since then, I am up to 3 balls in my dryer. There is still static cling, perhaps not as bad as usual.  I am not sure if it is the weather or the balls. Obviously, I am not happy with the results.

YES! I am going to attempt to buy another kind. After all, it’s not a true experiment if one doesn’t follow through and execute a variety of variables.

On a scale of 1-10, ten being A++ and one being F-, I give these a 2.

Has anyone else had success with trying this type of balls?

Please, let me know.

BTW-

NOO!  I could not write this quick little post with a straight face…  😉

 

Happy chuckling Saturday!

 

Kind Regards and #winning – K

 

 

 

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Your Balls Are About Useless 2.9.2019

  1. Good Day Kallie! I must admit the Headline got my attention! Yet, we all can use a little humor and fun in our lives. Insightful article; manufacturers sometimes over promise, hype and under deliver.

    KT

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  2. I appreciate the headline – and I’m glad to know you well enough to recognize a good post awaited 😄. I wondered about the dryer balls, glad you follow through and share, and I hear a fresh sponge wetted (but not dripping) with regular strength liquid softener reduces static cling. One friend sometimes uses 2 sponges depending on the fabric type. That way you needn’t haul balls. 😳

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