Buddha Bunz

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About Buddha Bunz

Buddha Bunz promotes environmental and simplistic ideas in product designs. The store sells dryer balls, wool care, baby care, aromatherapy, natural home items, cloth diapering accessories, and many more. The business is owned by a proud mother of three who has a strong passion for natural living.

Our dryer balls are the all natural alternative to plastic PVC dryer balls, chemical filled fabric softeners and dryer sheets. Made with 100% wool they gently bounce in your dryer to keep your laundry soft while reducing the amount of time it takes to dry… saving you time, money and reducing your footprint on Mother Earth. Safe for cloth diapers, childrens clothing and everyday laundry, we know you’ll be happy you made the switch to Buddha Bunz wool dryer balls!

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Quick Facts

Location: San Antonio, TX
Distance from in.gredients: 82 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: 100% package-free | Delivered by vehicle in re-usable container


Buddha Bunz Dryer Balls

~100% wool to the core
~Handmade in the USA by work at home Mom’s!
~Wool sourced from the US, supporting US farmers!
~Using 4 dryer balls on a 90 minute cycle will cut a small load of laundry in 1/2 and a large load by 1/4!
~Saving you approx $.26 on a large load and $.51 on a small load of laundry!
~Will not strip PJ’s of their flame-resistant qualities as fabric softeners do.
~Easy to re-scent, leaving your laundry with a soft scent of your choice.
~Sold individually

To use simply throw in the dryer with your wet clothes and go! No need to take them out when you’re done, just toss in and go!

Please take note!
~Items with Velcro or Aplix may cause the dryer balls to pill more than normal.
~Naturally pilling will occur and is actually good.. it creates more surface area.
~Dryer balls may arrive smelling a bit sheepish and damp, but this will completely go away once they are dry.
~They do reduce static, if you see an increase in static after using your dryer balls you may be overdrying your laundry, try adjusting dry times.

Written by Josh Blaine

January 1, 2011 at 3:47 pm

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