As Seen On TV: Dryer Sheep Wool Ball Review

The Product: Dryer Sheep

The Promise: “The 100% all natural way to soften fabrics & dry your laundry faster!”

The Total Price: 6 Dryer Sheep Balls with linen scent for a grand total of $26.97.

Dryer Sheep Product Review

What Are Dryer Sheep?

Dryer Sheep are essentially a set of woolen dryer balls that naturally help your clothes dry as well as softening your clothing and towels! That’s right, no need for harmful chemicals and softeners with Dryer Sheep, just toss them in and start your drying cycle.


What Makes Dryer Sheep A Good Buy?

There is lots of sensitive skin in my family, so the Dryer Sheep’s ability to easily fluff and dry clothes without chemicals is a win!


Does Dryer Sheep Have A Special Offer?

BOGO Buy One Get One


Dryer Sheep Total Price Breakdown

When ordered from the Dryer Sheep website, you’ll get one set of three Dryer Sheep for $10 + $6.99 s/h + a second set of three Dryer Sheep and bonus linenscent for anadditional $6.99 s/h for a grand total of $26.97.


Dryer Sheep Lowest Price

The lowest price we could find for this Dryer Sheep offer is via the official Dryer Sheep website. (You can get an even better price by requesting only one Dryer Sheep on the order form!)

(Alternatively, you can see if you can find it cheaper at walmart.com by searching in the box below:)




Where To Buy Dryer Sheep?

This Dryer Sheep offer is not available in stores. We could only find this available via the official Dryer Sheep website.


Does Dryer Sheep Have A Warranty or Guarantee?

Dryer Sheep is covered by a full 30 day money back guarantee minus the cost of shipping and handling.


Dryer Sheep Customer Service Information

Telephone: 844-280-1377

Email: dryersheepcs@worldpackusa.com


Does Dryer Sheep Really Work?

Unknown. Nick and I have not been able to test Dryer Sheep hands on yet. But based on our experience with similar As Seen On TV dryer balls we feel that Dryer Sheep should at least get your clothes dry quicker.


Dryer Sheep Review: Our Conclusion

All in all we are fairly impressed with the Dryer Sheep. Woolen balls will increase the air space around your laundry getting it dryer quicker, and with the added bonus of having fluffier chemical free clothing, this is definitely a must buy!

So if you’re in need of a chemical free way to get your laundry dry quicker and with naturally fluffy results, be sure to do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to get YOUR Dryer Sheep today!

What are YOUR thoughts about Dryer Sheep? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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14 comments on “As Seen On TV: Dryer Sheep Wool Ball Review
  1. Iffah Baseerah Bahrin says:

    First

  2. Boogster Su says:

    Or just, you know, toss a wool fabric inside….

  3. Shane Trusty says:

    Dryer Sheep are woolen balls that promise to reduce dryer time and fluff your towels naturally! Check out our initial review below:http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-dryer-sheep-wool-ball-review/ #asseenontv #dryersheep #review

  4. Kyla Chu says:

    “Dryer Sheep are super quiet! Listen…”I died laughing

  5. Dennis Shinpaugh says:

    Dryer Sheep have no chemicals!!! So let’s throw in a bottle of Linen-scented chemicals!!

  6. dhania alysa dzulkarnain says:

    I don’t understand about a water fall

  7. Brandon Votaw says:

    12.99 to do 1,000 loads, that’s $0.01229 a load

  8. Grace LovesAnime says:

    0:53 is that baby wearing makeup

  9. Feadz Feadzington says:

    Simply use tennisballs.

  10. ??????? says:

    I just use a plastic ball

  11. Sam B says:

    0:32 Wow they just used thicker towels in the second stack.

  12. dhania alysa dzulkarnain says:

    Okay now I understand

  13. Paula Hanson says:

    Cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!’!!!!!!!!!!!ยก!!!!!

  14. Sharon Hocutt says:

    0:04 I heard Dryer Sheep, but it said Dryer Sheep.

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