Get Your Clothes Dry Quickly!
I’m afraid I lied in the last little post. I told you that what this post would cover is something similar to one before it (male grooming), but in fact it isn’t.
At the last minute I decided to write about something entirely different. Today I thought I’d take the time to explain to all of you what dryer balls are, and exactly why you need some in your house right now.
In case you didn’t already know, dryer balls (that are made of wool) can be used when doing your daily/weekly laundry wash. They act as an absorbent and help make sure your clothes dry more quickly when they come out of the machine.
This is great for people like me that can’t afford the luxury of a dryer. So, the next question is, in what way is this useful, and in what circumstance would you need to use a dryer ball.
You might argue that they are completely superfluous. You might say that every time you put a wash on you are in no rush at all, and have the time to wait for your clothes to dry normally on a radiator or clothes rack.
However, what about working professionals you only have a limited amount of work clothes? For example, what if I worked in business and had many daily meetings with important clients. Because my job isn’t that highly paid I can’t afford to have a whole wardrobe full of suits and only really have a couple. What if I were to spill some juice or food on one of these suits during a lunch meeting. It would be important for me to get my clothes washed and dried as quickly as possible so I could use them again the next day in another important meeting.
In this situation, wool dryer balls really do work a treat. They mean I can put my clothes in the wash soon after getting home and can have the piece of mind that my clothes will be long dry come the following morning.
If this sort of situation ever happens to you then I couldn’t endorse dryer balls any more than I already have – you really should get your hands on some!