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163 comments:

Shelly Haggard said...

I think I'll only need about 3 or 4 wool balls. But since ive never used them and am just starting out, i may be wrong lol

S. Olsem said...

I think 3 is enough!

Nathanael Duran said...

I think I'll need between 3-6 wool balls.

Hey Monkey Butt said...

WE need some of these wool balls, hope I win :)

Sam C said...

I think I need at least 6. I made some and they turned out super wonky! Would love to win these!

Lynn K. said...

6

Hey Monkey Butt said...

Sorry for my other comment, I think just 1 would be good. But I don't know how they work or how long that last.

melanie molnar said...

I have never used them. But I think people said six was good.

Family said...

I haven't tried wool dryer balls yet but I would guess 3-6 would be ideal.

Kaila Lauridsen-Moore said...

two?

Anonymous said...

I think the 3 pack would be a great start! ;)

some girl said...

Would love to try these! My diaper inserts stick all over the dryer, so it would be great if these would prevent that!

Sommer Goodermuth said...

I would really love to try these. Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

Stacey R said...

I think I would need about 4.

Elizabeth Coates said...

I need more of these.

Andra Johnson said...

4?

Elizabeth Coates said...

I need more of these.

Becca Davis said...

Thanks for offering this giveaway!

Azure Glowacki said...

Probably 4. But really I have no idea :)

Sheryl Lynn said...

3?

Brooke Powell said...

I think a starter pack of 3 will be enough for now.

velocitygirl said...

We would probably need at least 3 wool dryer balls... Right now we have 6 homemade balls in there, but I don't think they are anywhere near LooHoo Wool dryer balls.

Jennifer You said...

I would say at least 6-8.

Danielle Durbin said...

I'm new to cloth diapering so I have no idea how many i will need! Three would be a good start though ;)

Nicole Milne-Walker said...

6

Jennifer Walker said...

I think 3 minimum but 6 would be great.

Holli Gorveatt said...

3 to 6? It depends on the dryer setting.

Talia said...

I don't know...3 to start, obviously, then maybe if a need arises, I can add more to the mix.

jen mort said...

i would love to have 10 some for diapers and some for our clothes

Lindsey Baker said...

I'd love to try these wool dryer balls! I heard they're great and love to see for myself! Hopefully they help with static too!

remy terr said...

I imagine I'd need a few wool dryer balls. I'm unfamiliar with them, so I'm not sure. But I'm very interested in trying them!

Alex Liz R. said...

3 to 4 maybe!

The Vernon Family said...

I would think I would need 12-16. So I wouldn't have to look through every load every time. That way I could throw ~6 in each load.

Erica L said...

I would love to start with 3 wool dryer balls for our small laundry unit.

Staci Larson said...

I think I'd need at least 6. not sure though

Anonymous said...

6 wool dryer balls?

aus_chick said...

i guess 3 would be good to start with!

Katie Jurisch said...

I've read that the more wool dryer balls you use, the better. I think 3 will work, but 12 would work even better. ;)

Kat said...

I'd throw all three in the dryer with cloth diapers and other laundry too.

N Bear said...

I would say from 4 to 6, depending on load size.

Bonnie McDermott said...

I have heard nothing but great things about these dryer balls. I used another brand and they just fell apart.

Zara G said...

I currently use 4-5, but could probably use a couple more!

Kayla said...

These would be awesome!

Jen T said...

I read somewhere that you should have a minimum of 6. I only have 2 :-(

Sue B said...

8-10 I usually wash large loads.

supermadchen said...

4 was enough when I had a mini stacked dryer, but now that I have a full sized dryer I think I need to add 3-4 more.

Kim Rimrodt said...

I think I'll probably need about 3. My HE washer gets things wrung out so well that I'm already down to 30-40 minutes for dry time (for denim!) from the 75 it used to be, so I don't think I'll need too many to cut the dry time down to 15-30 min.

Jeannette Mills said...

I think I would need about 8-10 to really become the most effective but a few would be a wonderful start!!

Crystal Robinson said...

6

Kristen Varner said...

I think 6-12 would be great

Valeria B. said...

8-10

Em Graham said...

I've always wanted to try dryer balls!

J. Olson said...

I think 5 or 6 per load is pretty good!
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Sarah G. said...

At least 6

Ashley Chassereau Parks said...

I would think I'd need 3 or 4 to start off with. I'm not sure how long they are good for though. :)

matope said...

3 would probably cut it but id say 6 max?

Regina said...

I think I would need 4 wool dryer balls.

April M said...

I have 9 in the dryer at the moment :)

Katie Brown said...

I have three of these and haven't noticed much of a difference yet. I'd love 5 or 6 more to see if that makes a difference!

Amanda Temple said...

I have three now, but would think I need at least 8 to get rid of static!

Meghan said...

I think that I would need 5-6 dryer balls - I run big loads

ReInventing Lolli said...

I have 3 but could use 3 more.

Marya Mann said...

I would say three

Brianne Murillo said...

I have no idea how many I'll need- maybe four? five?

Rachel said...

Maybe 6-8 ??

jilliann m said...

no clue! 6?

barnold barnes said...

Three?

Jutta Pearce said...

I would say 10-12. Mine always seem to rotate in and out with dryer loads.

queenrandom said...

I think 6 is the perfect number :)

Leah CW said...

6 :)

judi said...

I have 9 right now and that seems to do the trick. I'd like to have multiple sets so I can use a set with fabric softener.

Manddi said...

I absolutely love wool dryer balls!

Caitlin Cote said...

I would need at least 3 but could definitely see myself using more to help reduce our electric usage!

Rebecca Abraham said...

Lots...the more the better

Caitlin Cote said...

I would need at least 3 of these! I could easily see myself using more to help reduce our electric usage!

Lisa H said...

I have 3 but I think 5 or 6 would be better!

rillablytheford said...

I think 5 would be needed for a regular load.

Julie said...

I'm really not sure, but I'm going to say... 3?
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Katie Skifstad said...

I think I'd need at least 6

Danni said...

I think 3-4 would be good. :)

Gabrielle Dennison said...

I need 7-8. Only have 5.

Mira Davis said...

i think 3 would be sufficient

Rebecca Azer said...

I ready that 4-8 are the ideal amount, so I guess I would need that many!

Catherine said...

I guess I would need 6

Jen Dunstan said...

I am not sure. I have never used them but I am excited to give them a try!

Tracy Gordon said...

At least three, but I haven't used them before so I'm not entirely sure.

Rae C said...

I would think 2-3 would be sufficient. But I've never used anything like these.

aperry said...

A dozen or so.

Danielle said...

I already have four, but have been "needing" three or four more...

Boise Wiebers said...

For my family, we need at least 8 to 10.

Misa said...

I think I'd start with more than 3, it seems the more, the better! SO there are 3 from this giveaway, and then some 3-6 more!

One Southern Girl said...

15-ish... maybe more if the little ones find them!

Shana English said...

I'd say that I need at least 6 for a full load of laundry.

Beki said...

i read somewhere that u need 6 dryer balls?? not sure really i would say 3?

Ally E said...

at least 3

Ashly Hoffmaster said...

I think you need at least 6 dryer balls for them to work best.

Daniannieb said...

The more dryer balls, the merrier. We have several, but some of our original balls are falling apart. The Loo Hoo balls are bigger and seem to stay together better.

freshsamanthaaa said...

I think ten dryer balls is enough for a large load.

Emily said...

Ah! I don't know maybe 5 or 6?

Shawn Marie said...

I'm not sure how many wool dryer balls I'd need, I don't know much about them. But I'd love to try them!

Melissa B said...

Yes please! Could use some more dryer balls!

Caitlyn Paramo said...

I think 6-8 when drying my diaper laundry or 4-5 when drying my normal laundry would be enough.

Angela Holman said...

I would love to win these dryer balls.

tanzer1326 said...

I think around 6

Courtney said...

I have never used a wool dryer ball before so I have no idea how many I will need. I don't even know what they do! I am totally lost when it comes to them.

Christine said...

I'll need 8!

Kate C said...

6 or 7? I have 4 right now (3 loohoo) and could see more being better.

Jen said...

I am planning to get six wool dryer balls.

Crystal Balzer said...

I would say I need at least 6. I'm not sure how many are recommended for large loads but I usually wash our diapers every other day, and it's kind of a large load.

Lydia said...

I think we would probably need between 6 and 9 of these dryer balls

Amanda Yonnie said...

I'm not sure because I have never tried them. At least 3! :)

MarceloM said...

I just bought a couple of these and could definitely add to the collection. I love them!

Amanda said...

I'll need about a dozen!

Sheryl Brown said...

I think I need 8. I have 3 and they work wonderfully but I think 8 would work even better

lace said...

I'm guessing you'd need 6 but I would think if you only had 2 it would still be good.

Kate Walker said...

Three sounds perfect!

Jenni said...

I would say 5-6. We run pretty big loads of laundry at my house.

Jessica said...

I think 6 is a good number.

Jenny K said...

I currently have 10 and think I need MORE!

Jessica Fletcher said...

8? I don't own any yet, so not sure!

Kerri Hebard-Massey said...

6 seems like a good place to start!

Melissa L said...

I have 6, but think I need 3 more, so this would be perfect! ;)

Anonymous said...

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Jessica Padilla said...

I think I'll need about 5 dryer balls.

Charlotte said...

I have 4 but don't notice a great decrease I'm drying time. I think I should add 3 more.

Melissa said...

I probably would need 6!

Shan said...

I would say, 3 to 4 would be good. I've never used them, but I would love to.

Samantha Linke said...

I have 4, but I think 4 more would be ideal.

Marian F said...

Six maybe? It is always good to have extras.

Chia said...

I'd probably need 6, but I'd love to start out with 3! Thanks for the chance!

Katie S said...

I only have 2 dryer balls. So, I think I need 2-4 more!

Anonymous said...

2

Mikenna Long said...

I think I'll need 4 wool dryer balls. I'm really not sure because I've never used dryer balls before. I also have a small family. I usually like to hang dry my baby girls flats, I always love how soft and fluffy they are when I machine dry them!

Chelsea Hebig said...

I only think I will need one pack for my laundry because I do laundry so often! I love everything about cloth diapering

Taylor Schell said...

I think 12 would be good for us!! :) I have 6 at the moment and I think they do a great job. but I like to hoard things ;)

loveLea said...

I think I'd need about 3 wool balls.

Melissa Wilkinson said...

I am a brand new cloth diaper user! I would love to try these out :) So the three pack would be wonderful for trying.

Jessica T. said...

I would love more of these, I have one right now and Kelly's Closet is all sold out of them!!!

Ellen said...

I have no idea! 3?

Emily Reed said...

Probably 6! Can't wait to try some of these!

Pickle said...

Three would be great!! :)

liz said...

I would love to try wool dryer balls. I hadn't heard of them until I started learning about cloth diapers.

TG-Davis said...

I've never used dryer wool balls before, but it sounds like you work up to a larger amount (6-8) of balls. I think I would probably start with 3 and see what happens :)

Aurora said...

Around 6 for a few months

Kristen Rambo said...

i think we need four

Jamie Cooper said...

maybe 3 i have never gotten to use them but i am really wanting to start?

Michelle Holmstrom said...

6 would be a good start.

E-Khlipse said...

I need at least 6. We have a dog and little ones who always steal them to play with. And they always hide in my clothes from the drier. So I usually only have 3 or 4 in the dryer at any time.

Elizabeth Crabtree said...

I'm not really sure how many we would need. I'm just going to guess 3....?

Lottie Ferguson said...

Dryer balls, yay!

carissa joslyn said...

I have never tried wool dryer balls, So I'm not sure, maybe 5-6? But, Some balls are better then no balls!

Erin Ritter said...

I have 3 so I think 3 more would be perfect!

Karen said...

AN ANSWER! I've been struggling with static in my MF inserts and even considered buying new inserts but now I see I need to invest in wool balls. For diapers I'd probably only need 2 but I'd love to use these with my towels too so I'd invest in at least 4-6.

Brittany said...

I've never used wool dryer balls, but would guess 2 or 3 would be plenty.

Martha said...

I've heard that 6 is ideal for adequately separating your laundry to reduce drying time.

Anonymous said...

I don't know from experience, but 6 is the recommended number from what I've read.

jessica long said...

i say 10! i have 6 and 4more world be perfect

Barbara said...

I would think I would need at least three but six would be great!

jkjleo said...

I would love these three dryer balls!

Sharon said...

I don't know. I guess 3. But maybe more.

Valerie Ninneman said...

I need all the dryer balls I can get. I'm surprised this concept wasn't thought of sooner.

Todd Ellis said...

3 seems good to me!

Betsy said...

I think I'll need 6!