Anyone use laundry balls?
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    Chelle mentioned to me QVC had them, so I had to check it out.
    http://www.qvc.com/asp/frameset.asp?...x=22&image.y=8

    This seems somewhat a better deal. LOL

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    I tried them several years ago. The clothes seemed kind of clean but smelled horribly dirty After trying them a couple of times I threw them away. In my opinion they are a total waste of money.

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    I agree with Doodlebug. I got the set from QVC for Christmas, at my request, and they sucked. Sorry, best word I could come up with to describe them.

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    How about these? I am cracking up.
    Dandy laundry helpers grab lint, fuzz, and hair so clothes are cleaner and brighter. Toss the washballs into the laundry and their mircofibers go to work to trap pet hair, paper left in pockets, fuzz and more. Make your detergent more efficient so your clothes look like new. Reusable set of 12.
    Do these not look like the velcro balls the kids have?

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    I've never heard of the laundry balls. But I would have to agree with the other ladies, how would you get the odors out??

    I doubt I'll be trying them.

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    Can you just imagine what those velcro things would do to a sweater?!?!?!?!

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