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Woolzies Dryer Ball #Giveaway (11/11)

As a cloth diaper mom, I have read rave reviews of Woolzies Dryer Balls.  The only reason I haven’t tried them, personally, is that I am actually allergic to wool.  I know, though, that many cloth diaper mama’s swear by them, so I agreed to help Sweet Southern Lovin out with her first giveaway!

Welcome to the first giveaway hosted by Sweet Southern Lovin!!

Woolzies Dryer Ball Giveaway

Woolzies Giveaway

Hosted By: Sweet Southern Lovin

Co Hosted By: Simply Southern Couponers & Tales From A Southern Mom

Hosted By: Woolzies

Woolzies make a 100% Pure Natural Laundry Softener. Their all natural dryer balls are made out of pure wool. The Woolzies Dryer Balls cut down the time it takes to dry your clothes by at least 25%. Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to review the 6 XL pack of Woolzies Dryer Balls and I love them. It usually takes me 2 cycles (70 minutes each) to dry my clothes and with the Woolzies Dryer Balls it only took me 1 1/2 cycles to dry my clothes. That may not seem like a lot but I have already noticed a chance in my light bill just from using them the past 3 weeks! Check out Sweet Southern Lovin’s Full Review!

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I would totally use these if I could!  I am all about cutting down on dry time!

I want to say a special thanks to our sponsor, Woolzies, and a special thanks to my co host and all the wonderful bloggers helping promote this giveaway! If you have a chance stop by their social media pages and say hi!

Event Details:

Dates: October 28 to November 11

Prize: One lucky viewer will win a box of Woolzies Natural Dryer Balls (6 XL Balls) RV $34.95

Must be 18+ to enter, US Only.

All entries are optional, winning entries will be verified.

Enter using the entry form below. Good Luck!!

Disclosure: That Bald Chick did not receive any compensation for this giveaway. This giveaway is in no way sponsored by, endorsed by, or affiliated with Facebook, Pinterest, Google, Twitter or any other Social Media Network. Sponsor is responsible for shipment. If you have any questions please contact Michelle at michelle@sweetsouthernlovin.com
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Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

Comments

  1. All free and clear.

  2. We use regular tide, it’s the only one we’ve found that doesn’t make anyone in the family break out!

  3. i like tide but cant always afford

  4. Tide, when I can get it on sale.

  5. Anne Perry says:

    My favirite detergent is Rockin green. No harsh chenicals.

  6. Carly Tea says:

    The detergent I’m currently using is Seventh Generation unscented. I generally buy whatever is on sale at the natural foods store, and I don’t use a lot so it lasts quite a while.

  7. Erica Lynn says:

    ROckin green would be my first choice since it’s natural, but i typically buy whatever is on sale.

  8. Aurora Pina says:

    My favorite are Country & Tide

  9. Lindsey Silvestrini says:

    I’m a Tide girl!

  10. Ugh! I’m between detergents right now. Haha! I am currently using tide, but I don’t love it. I used to use Ecos, but we had a nasty break-up.

  11. heather baker says:

    I like Gain

  12. michelle oakley warner says:

    i like purex or tide the best

  13. I like all free and clear best.

  14. I like Purex best.

  15. Tide works great with our water.

  16. Kim Pinch says:

    We use Tide.

  17. Alex McMullen says:

    For our normal laundry we like Ecos with Lavender
    For Dipes I like Country Save, did use rocking green for a while, but little man’s bum didn’t like it.

  18. For diapers we use all free and clear military edition. 🙂

  19. I use soap nuts and love them!

  20. For cloth diapers, we use Eco Sprout. For everything else, All Free and Clear.

  21. I make my own detergent.

  22. Michelle Lee says:

    I like Tide for diapers and Ecos or Seventh Generation for everything else.

  23. Rockin Green Hard Rock is awesome!

  24. Ashley Despain says:

    I honestly always use Tide.

  25. Jacqui D. says:

    Tide, best one I found for our extremely hard water.

  26. My favorite detergent is Rockin Green.

  27. Tide original. It works great for us.

  28. I like Era.

  29. Kirkland Biodegradable works well for us.

  30. We have been using 7th Generation but will be switching to rockin green once baby gets here and we finish up the bottles

  31. We are back to Tide after trying EVERYTHING else…..

  32. Rebecca Peters says:

    I use country save and I love it. I also use this one from happy green life and I love it!

  33. I like Purex free/clear for clothes and diapers.

  34. Jennifer H says:

    Charlie’s — and not just for cloth diapers

  35. Elizabeth W says:

    I like Country Save for diapers. For clothes, we use All Free & Clear because we get it free and it works well.

  36. Samantha D says:

    I use Arm and Hammer free and clear.

  37. Jackie Watson says:

    I like Charlie’s Soap!

  38. Jeannette says:

    I use Country Save and I love it!! It has been wonderful!

  39. One Southern Girl says:

    We make our own right now… but I’m a huge fan of Lulu’s in the Fluff!

  40. We use Charlie’s!

  41. I make my own

  42. I like plain old powder Tide!

  43. Kara Brown says:

    As of right now our favorite is Charlie’s Soap, but we have only tried that and tide on our dipes. I am not the biggest fan of the smell of this detergent though and am hoping to give Rockin’ Green a shot next.

  44. Original tide powder

  45. My favorite is what I have coupons for -often Purex

  46. I use All right now but am getting samples of others to try… it’s just not cleaning them very well. So I don’t have a favorite… yet!

  47. I love Tide and also A Happy Green Life

  48. KD {Mom of 3 Dolls} says:

    We use Tide and soap nut.

  49. DIY is my favorite!

  50. Right now I am using A Happy Green Life.

  51. I’m still trying to figure that out. Right now we just switched to Tide to see if it works better for the cloth diapers.

  52. I like country save

  53. I like Rockin Green

  54. We make our own detergent but for our diapers we use Allens Naturally!

  55. We use Tide!

  56. Christina K. says:

    Baby is due February so we haven’t changed detergents yet. Just found out our regular, Seventh Generation, is not a good match with cloth diapers. I will try Claudia’s Choices, Country Save, Mountain Green, and Nature Clean.

  57. EcoSprout and Thirsties are my two favorite cloth diapers detergents

  58. I like All Free & Clear Military

  59. Anything Free & Clear, but we love Ecover!

  60. Elizabeth Godschalx Wisniewski says:

    Arm and Hammer free and clear

  61. Meghan V. says:

    I use Rockin Green soft rock for my diaper laundry.

  62. Danielle B. says:

    I use A Happy Green Life. My sister uses Purex Free and Clear.

  63. Since we don’t get to use cloth due to lack of washing ability I would have to say dreft.

  64. We’ve been using All Free and Clear, but would love to try soap nuts.

  65. Kate O'Brien says:

    My new favorite is rockin’ green hard rock for our cloth diapers!

  66. I don’t have a favorite yet, baby #1 on the way! Looking for a great baby brand gentle on skin 🙂

  67. Maegan Washington says:

    We have always used Tide. Me and my son are both really sensitive to detergents.

  68. I like using Tide!!

  69. I lovw my rockin green 🙂 Hard Rock!

  70. I am really liking Rockin Green!!

  71. I like to use soap nuts!

  72. molli vandehey says:

    i love purex

  73. Ellen Anderson says:

    Rock’N’Green

  74. Kelly Choma says:

    The Honest Company!

  75. Megan Gardner says:

    I use All: Free and Clear for myself, but I’ll have to find a cloth diaper safe detergent soon!

  76. I like Ecos for regular laundry, Gain for the husband’s work clothes, EcoSprouts for CD, and Woolite dark for darks.

  77. Michele R. says:

    I use All free and clear. I’ve never had a problem with it.

  78. Amanda Berger says:

    I use Ecos Free and Clear. I love that it is safe for my diapers, I can buy it locally and it is cheap. I use it on all my laundry.

  79. Still trying to figure it out. We use country save right now but having stain problems even on pee dipes.

  80. Caitlin Butler says:

    My favorite at the moment is rockin green!

  81. jennafish says:

    for my dipers its rockin green. cheer free and clear for everything else

  82. I love Free & Clear.

  83. Purex Natural Elements works pretty well. It’s not perfect, but it’s the best I’ve tried so far and it’s reasonably priced!

  84. I like Rockin Green.

  85. Brittany Odonnell says:

    I use purex free and clear for our diapers but making a switch soon to rockin green

  86. We make our own detergent!

  87. Amy Lankford says:

    I have wanted dryer balls for a long time! Hope I win 🙂

  88. Charlotte R says:

    I use All Free & Clear, but need to switch to something more CD friendly before my baby comes.

  89. Kate O'Brien says:

    FYI: From Woolzies’ website FAQ

    Q: If I have an allergy to wool, can I still use WOOLZIES?
    A: Yes! Absolutely! Since the wool is not directly touching your skin and does not shed, everyone can use WOOLZIES without any allergic reactions.

  90. Arm and Hammer free and clear

  91. Bridget Palkow says:

    We use Allens

  92. I use All Baby for my son’s clothes and mine!

  93. I love Tide for my clothes and Molly’s Suds for my cloth diapers.

  94. Crystal O'Morrow says:

    My homemade detergent!

  95. I am not a one-brand-only kind of girl. I like Gain and Tide but if I find another detergent that is cheaper, I’ll get that….I am more of a fragrance kinds of gal 🙂

  96. Rockin’ Green for sure!

  97. Arm & Hammer or homemade with Fels Naptha