Dryer Ball White
They help clothes dry faster, become softer, and come out of the dryer with less wrinkles and static cling. They eliminate the need for dryer sheets and fabric softener. They're a natural, chemical free way to soften laundry in the dryer, with less impact on the environment. We recommend using 3 for a normal sized load and 6 for bulky items.
Pure Wool Dryer Balls are excellent for fluffing up cloth diapers, down jackets, duvets, towels & blankets. They will not harm your clothing or your dryer & the wool does not rub off or unravel. There are no fillers, dyes, perfumes or chemicals, only pure wool. They last for 100+ loads.
Pro Tip: Add 2-3 drops of essential oils for a natural fresh scent.
There’s a reason you feel reassured when you find a t-shirt that reads ‘made in Canada’ on the label. To many, local manufacturing is synonymous with quality and equality, which is why 'made in Canada’ is the main pillar of our company. Keeping everything made in Canada makes our design studio a second home and our manufacturers our neighbours, and that’s really the most Canadian thing we can think of.
Love them! I bought my whole family some for Xmas as well & they all love them as well!! They keep their shape & do their job
Worked well. Love that it’s made In canada. Shipped extremely fast.
I've used wool dryer balls for years so I was pleased to see them available at PoC, bought and will buy more here as needed. They tumble towels and bulky items, allowing faster dry and eliminating the need for dryer sheets.
Perform very well. So nice we bought two more. We have recommended them to friends and family.
At last quiet
Been looking for wool dryer balls for ages. The plastic ones I had made the dryer sound like a cement mixer. Thanks for carrying them!
The main goal of our brand is to be as sustainable as possible. The anti-fast fashion.
Made in Canada
We don’t compromise on local manufacturing. All of our products are designed and made in Canada.
When possible, we try our hardest to use 100% organic cotton that is knit in Canada.