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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WHAT'S YOUR FLAVOR?

Mint. Cream. Aqua. Soft yellow…
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.

 

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Choose Kindness

November 29, 2016

How are you changing the world?   Here at LooHoo, we’re dedicated to improving the health of families and the world, one wool dryer ball at a time.   Recently we asked readers to share their favorite random act of kindness. We were amazed at the overwhelming number of responses and the creative ways they spread joy.   Joslyn DeBoode and Becky Gillette like to pay it backwards. When they pull up to a coffee drive-thru they like to cover the driver behind them. Josie Fiorda makes the same gesture in hopes others will follow.   “I was in the drive-thru line at Tim Hortons one morning,” Josie says. “When I got to the window to pay I was told... Continue Reading →

Giving Forward

November 08, 2016

This month we look forward to a thankful time, a chance to show others gratitude and kindness. For many of us, it’s also the beginning of a season of giving. This year give a gift that keeps on giving. From teacher gifts to a little something for a party host, small gestures go a long way. Check out these great ideas that will keep giving well into the new year—and beyond.           The Giving Tree Forests around the world are disappearing and you can do something about it, in the name of another. Make a donation to Plant a Billion Trees and help The Nature Conservancy reach its goal to plant a billion trees in the United States, Asia and Brazil... Continue Reading →

LooHoos in Eileen Fisher Stores for the Holidays

October 31, 2016

For the second year in a row, Eileen Fisher stores have chosen LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls as a few of their favorite things.   LooHoos are part of the stores’ Resort 16 gift collection that hit shelves this month. Customers can purchase a trio of the dryer balls at any Eileen Fisher store or via Ecommerce through January 2017. Each set is beautifully packaged in bags crafted with white organic linen left on the Eileen Fisher sewing room floor and featuring a button closure.   Last year LooHoo filled an order of 360 for Eileen Fisher stores during the holidays; that number has already increased 60 percent this season. The partnership has LooHoo headquarters buzzing   “The Eileen Fisher company... Continue Reading →

Frayed but not Forgotten

October 24, 2016

We feel good about using LooHoos. They cut down dryer time and offer a safe alternative to toxic dryer sheets. But after their last use, then what? There are plenty of creative ways to enjoy LooHoo’s afterlife, from hanging parking indicators (most use tennis balls in their garage) to an impromptu juggling act to practice hand-eye coordination. Other favorites include: • Games: While they may not be able to withstand a game of tennis, the wool balls are great fun for pets and kids alike. They can even serve as bowling balls—pins not included. • Therapy Balls:  Retailer Shawn Brow of South Perry Yoga, in Spokane, Wash. shared that she likes to use the balls for marma point work. Get... Continue Reading →

From Rugs to Riches

October 18, 2016

Retailer Spotlight: Jo Ellen Designs About 10 years ago, illustrator Jo Ellen Stammen saw the writing on the wall. The children’s book market was going digital and that meant a downturn in the publishing industry. After illustrating almost a dozen titles, including a Randolph Caldecott Medal finalist, Jo Ellen says she had a good run. Next she set her sights on her next big adventure.   She started designing wool rugs and pillows. Her daughter joined the business and together they opened a storefront in picturesque Camden, Maine. Then the financial crash hit. “We had just opened,” Jo Ellen says. “We had nowhere to go but up. We did OK and the next year we did better and then business... Continue Reading →

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