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Essential Oil Dryer Ball Spray - Collectively Casey

Essential Oil Dryer Ball Spray - Collectively Casey

Apr 25, 2018 -wool dryer balls (found here) -2oz glass spray bottle (I use this one) -witch hazel or vodka -distilled water -your choice of essential oil (sign up for your starter kit here !) Add 20 drops of essential oils to spray bottle, add a splash (finger width) of witch hazel, then fill to rest of the top with distilled water.

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How to Scent Wool Dryer Balls with Essential Oils - Making ...

How to Scent Wool Dryer Balls with Essential Oils - Making ...

Apr 30, 2018 Plus, when you add essential oils, you’ll get a lovely, subtle scent on your laundry that’s safe and non-toxic. Just add a 2-3 drops of your favourite essential oil ( find mine here) to each ball and bounce them around in the dryer for a minute or two to make sure the oil has soaked in (you don’t want to risk any oil stains on your fabrics).

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How to Make Wool Dryer Balls % - Ahsel Anne

How to Make Wool Dryer Balls % - Ahsel Anne

Aug 31, 2016 Using Boiling Water is a Simple Way to Create Dryer Balls. 6c. Allow the wool balls to sit in the water for approx. 45 minutes, to insure the dryer balls felt. Pour off water and squeeze out extra water. Place the dryer balls in the dryer, on the hot cycle. If they are still wet then place in the dryer for another drying cycle.

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Make Your Own Set of Wool Dryer Balls! - A Beautiful Mess

Make Your Own Set of Wool Dryer Balls! - A Beautiful Mess

Jan 03, 2018 Cut off the leg of a pantyhose, scrunch up the pantyhose to the bottom and place in your first wool ball. Make a knot and scrunch and place the next ball. Repeat until you have all your balls in the pantyhose. Run the balls through a hot cycle with some detergent in the washer (maybe save it until you have a load of towels to do anyway) and ...

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Make Your Own Set of Wool Dryer Balls! - A Beautiful Mess

Make Your Own Set of Wool Dryer Balls! - A Beautiful Mess

Jan 03, 2018 You’ll start by wrapping the wool 7-8 times around your first two fingers. Wrap the wool the opposite way so you have a little bundle of yarn. Keep wrapping, changing directions frequently (wrapping tightly) until a little ball starts to form. Wrap until …

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How To Make Wool Dryer Balls - Living Well Mom

How To Make Wool Dryer Balls - Living Well Mom

Jan 21, 2016 When the wool is nice and sudsy, wet, and squished together, rinse it out and shape it the best you can into a ball. After you get them into this round shape, take them out of the knee high stockings, and put them in the dryer for about 45 minutes on high. The dryer shrinks the wool and completes the felting process.

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Wool Balls- for the Dryer and Cats -

Wool Balls- for the Dryer and Cats -

Jun 01, 2015 One skein should make 4 balls, I ended up with 5 on the smallish side. You just wind some around your fingers and make a small ball, then you thread the end and pull it through the ball ( so it won’t unwind). Place the ball in a knee high …

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How to Make Felted Wool Dryer Balls - The Spruce

How to Make Felted Wool Dryer Balls - The Spruce

May 05, 2021 Dry the Core. Next, squeeze any excess water from the balls, and put the sock of balls in the dryer to dry on high heat. When dry, cut the strings between the balls, and remove them from the sock or pantyhose. The balls will be smaller (due to felting) and should look fuzzy. You shouldn't be able to unwind them.

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How to Make Wool Dryer Balls {Easy DIY Tutorial ...

How to Make Wool Dryer Balls {Easy DIY Tutorial ...

May 23, 2018 How to Use Wool Dryer Balls. Wool balls can live in the dryer because the wool will not hold onto moisture, so there is no risk of mildew or mold. It’s recommended to use three to six balls for best results. Adding just a couple of drops of essential oils to each ball with freshen a whole load of laundry. Most dryer balls will last about 1000 ...

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10 Ways to Repurpose Your Old Dryer Balls

10 Ways to Repurpose Your Old Dryer Balls

Nov 09, 2021 10 Eco-friendly ways to give a new life to old dryer balls. 1. Compost. Since your dryer balls are wool to the core, your compost bin will always be a great final resting place for them (and you can speed up the composting process by cutting them up in smaller pieces). Though it may be fun to try some of the options below, first!

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Wool Dryer Balls - Housekeeping - The Repurposing Life

Wool Dryer Balls - Housekeeping - The Repurposing Life

Reusable wool dryer balls. Commercially available or DIY. White vinegar. Spray some vinegar on a washcloth and add it to the dryer, or add a 1/4 cup of vinegar to your washer’s rinse cycle. Essential oils. Add a couple of drops of your favorite essential oils to …

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DIY Christmas Dryer Ball Spray - One Essential Community

DIY Christmas Dryer Ball Spray - One Essential Community

Spray wool dryer balls several times with mixture. Add dryer balls to the laundry in the dryer. small load= 2 balls average size load= 4 balls large load= 6 balls Take clothes out of the dryer when they are still slightly damp or just barely dry. You don’t want to over dry laundry; this leads to static cling. How to Reduce Static Cling Naturally

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DIY Reusable Dryer Balls - HGTV

DIY Reusable Dryer Balls - HGTV

Tuck in the end with a wooden skewer. Take an old pair of stockings, and cut the legs off. Place each ball in the stockings, and tie knots between each ball. Wash the dryer balls in the stockings on the hottest cycle without detergent five times. Tip: Put them in with a load of towels to help them stick together.

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Wool Dryer Ball Spray (using essential oils)

Wool Dryer Ball Spray (using essential oils)

– glycerin -essential oils -2oz glass spray bottle -dryer wool balls, to spray on What to do: Add 1 tsp of liquid glycerin to your spray bottle. Add 10-20 drops of essential oils. My favorite mix is wild orange and lavender because it gives it a nice fresh smell, but …

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