Ladybug Trio

Eco Dryer Balls - Set of 3

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Friendsheep Eco Dryer Balls Ladybug Trio

Our bestsellers now in sets of 3. Upgrade your laundry with our Ladybug Trio eco dryer balls, these little eco friendly helpers are here to brighten your laundry routine!

Replace chemically loaded dryer sheets and liquid softeners with a set of our reusable eco dryer balls. Handmade, fair trade, compostable, plastic free, they will naturally soften your clothes, help reduce drying time, and save energy!

Pair your set with one of our Organic Essential Oils (sold separately) and enjoy soft, clean, and fresh laundry.

The Ladybug Trio is composed of 3 ladybug balls. This set of 3 comes inside a reusable black and white handmade cotton storage bag. Perfect for small and medium loads, can be doubled for larger loads. No physical user manual included, no paper waste, you can download your zero waste user manual here.

Naturally soften your laundry, reduce wrinkles, static, and increase your dryer efficiency. No chemicals, no fragrances, just pure organic, cruelty-free certified New Zealand wool. You can add your favorite essential oils for a naturally fresh scented laundry or try our organic essential oils.

Can be used on white, dark, and colored load, our eco dryer balls are colorfast and never bleed. Our dyes are eco-friendly, certified azo-free, lead-free, and compliant with the German Safety Product Safety Act (ProdSG).



One percent for the planet

Why Friendsheep Eco Dryer Balls?

  • Naturally soften and fluff your laundry while helping you reduce drying time by 20% to 40% depending on load size
  • Completely plastic-free, chemical free, unscented, non-toxic, and hypoallergenic, they're the perfect choice for those with sensitive skin and babies
  • Reusable for 1000+ loads - each set will last for years!
  • Reduce wrinkles and static cling
  • The highest quality. 3", over 2 oz of 100% New Zealand Wool each, organic and cruelty-free certified.
  • No fillers, 100% wool to the core
  • Makes your laundry more manageable - no more balling and twisting!
  • Eliminate single use, chemical-filled dryer sheets and liquid fabric softeners
  • Save you time, energy, and money!
  • Hand made from 100% organic and cruelty-free certified New Zealand wool to the core - no fillers or additives
  • Individually hand felted in Nepal for fair wages in ethical and environmentally friendly working conditions
  • We plant one tree with every purchase of a Friendsheep product, thanks to our partnership with the Eden Reforestation Project.
  • Each set comes in a charming and useful hand printed organic storage bag
  • Compostable product in a completely recyclable and compostable packaging
  • They're the ideal eco-friendly gift for yourself and for anyone who wants to live a safe, sustainable, healthy, plastic-free life

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews

I get compliments on these.


Love - makes me smile when I have to do laundry.

Still static

Did not help with static.

Hi Linda,

Thank you for reaching out about the static cling issue you are experiencing. It is important to note that static cling can be caused by a variety of factors, such as dryer settings, the type of clothes being dried, and the humidity in the air. Winter months can indeed contribute to static cling as the air tends to be drier.

We do have some tips that may help you to alleviate the static cling issue:

Make sure to use all 6 of the Friendsheep Eco Dryer Balls in the dryer. Using a larger number of dryer balls can help separate clothes in the dryer and allow air to circulate more efficiently, reducing static cling.

Double check your dryer settings. Over drying can contribute to static cling, so make sure to adjust your drying time accordingly. Using a moisture sensitive setting or setting the drying time 5-10 minutes shorter than usual can help.

Make sure not to overload the dryer. Overloading the dryer can prevent the dryer balls from separating the clothes and allowing air to circulate properly.

Try separating synthetic and natural fibers when drying. Synthetic fibers tend to cause more static cling, so separating them from natural fibers can help.

Check the humidity in your home. Static cling is more common in dry or low humidity conditions, so if you live in a dry climate or use air conditioning, consider using a humidifier to add moisture to the air.

Also, you can try washing and drying the dryer balls a few times to rejuvenate the wool fibers.

We hope that these tips help to alleviate the static cling issue you are experiencing. If you have any other questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We want to ensure that you are completely satisfied with your purchase and are happy to help.

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