LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls | Reusable, energy-saving alternative to dryer sheets. Made in USA using domestic wool.
LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls are a reusable, energy-saving alternative to dryer sheets. LooHoos are made in Maine, USA using 100% Domestic Wool. They naturally soften clothes without the use of unwanted harmful chemicals contained in dryer sheet. Because of wools natural ability to absorb odors and toxins, LooHoos will leave your cloths smelling fresh and clean. LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls can also reduce your dry time by 10-25%, saving you time and money. Within a few short months your LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls can pay for themselves.
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Yeah, we’ve got a little something for everyone. Whether you’re doing a small load or a large load of laundry, we’ve got you covered. Starter dryer ball 3-packs on up to a dozen LooHoos will take care of any size load. Browse our section of wool dryer balls and find which ones are right for your family. Click here to get to know LooHoo better.



What Sort of Laundry Maven are You?

April 02, 2018

Some enjoy it, others avoid it. Yet, we all have to do it.   Laundry.     See? Either you nodded in agreement or rolled your eyes and sighed.     So fess up—do you wait until the bitter end, when you absolutely have nothing to wear? Do you wash, rinse and dry only when you have a particular pair of jeans you’re dying to wear? Or are you on top of your game and rarely have a full hamper?   Read on and see which Laundry Lady you identify with.   Last-Minute Louise There it is. Again. A drawer without clean underwear or a pair of socks. After all, who has three weeks’ worth of the goods? Laundry comes... Continue Reading →

6 Gifts that Give Back

December 05, 2017

When we were little, our tree lay promise to great things to unwrap. Christmas morning was abuzz with excitement, although I admit it was torture waiting for Dad to finish his chores in order to begin.    Now with a family of my own, I try and slow down this time of the year to focus on thoughtful gift giving. Most years we come up with something to make like homemade vanilla to give friends and neighbors.       We also enjoy supporting other small businesses and organizations aimed at making the world a happier place. Here are a few that have made our list of gift giving and receiving. Austin Designs Heat packs & eye pillows austindesignsmv.com Besides being... Continue Reading →

7 Ways to Teach the Meaning of the Season

November 19, 2017

About 10 years ago, my husband and I first visited Wolf Hollow in coastal Massachusetts, a sanctuary for endangered gray wolves. We were headed to the area earlier this month so we asked our son, Graham, if he wanted to visit.    He agreed and started his research on Wolf Hollow’s website weeks before the trip. There he saw he could adopt a wolf.     It was perfect timing. We were helping Graham look for an organization to donate to from his “give” jar (he also has “spend and “save” jars). He picked out a wolf and on our recent visit he met Linnea. Graham feels great about his contribution and my husband and I are thrilled with our... Continue Reading →

Gift Box Giveaway

November 10, 2017

Visit our Facebook page for a very special #NovemberGiveaway that is dedicated to gratitude and thanks for our community and for brands that are good for our homes. We’ve teamed up with our friends at SoulShine Soap Company to bring you an amazing Laundry Bundle giveaway. Enter to win a Pure & Simple Gift Box with 3 LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls, SoulShine’s Laundry soap and Laundry Stain Stick. 1. Like LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls and SoulShine Soap Company 2. Like and comment on the Facebook post. 3. Share on Facebook for an extra entry!   *Shipping Included. Available within contiguous 48 US only.* Winner will be selected on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. #TuesdayGiveaway   Continue Reading →

Harvest Time

October 24, 2017

Growing up on a farm, life was defined by the seasons.   Fall was my favorite. This was a time of cleaning up and hunkering down for a dormant winter. Since I was the youngest, my sister and I spent the days indoors while my dad, mom and older sister harvested the fields.     Inside, the kitchen was an organized mess, at least for three weeks. Mason jar lids were sterilized in boiling water. About two dozen of the jars covered the counters as my mom canned anything placed in front of her—green beans, beets, carrots.   My mom had to quickly prepare peas for freezing otherwise they would spoil. One year when Dad got harvested peas from a... Continue Reading →