fabric softener


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fab′ric soft`ener


n.
a substance added to fabrics during laundering to make them puffier and softer.
[1960–65]
Translations
aviváž
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With REWOCARE GSM 42 in the fabric softener the laundry still has a pleasant freshness even two weeks later, says Dr.
A BIRMINGHAM mum fears she will be scarred for life by chemical burns she says were caused by Poundworld fabric softener.
In another Internet survey of 1,778 adults who use fabric softeners or scent boosters, Mintel and Lightspeed GMI found that 51 percent of in-wash scent booster users, 39 percent of liquid fabric softener users and 30 percent of dryer sheet users like to try new fragrances in their laundry products.
The new washing machine has an extra door located on the upper part of the main door; that makes it possible to add any missed or urgent piece of clothing - and even extra detergent or fabric softener - at any point during the wash cycle.
Whirlpool used two ratchet designs, depending on whether the washer has a plain agitator or one equipped with a fabric softener dispenser.
Images of Jesus are said to have appeared in everything from a grilled cheese sandwich to a sonogram, but now one British man is insisting that a fabric softener stain on his t-shirt is actually an image of the Messiah.
OFFICIALS AT DROPPS, A BRAND OF AR-MORE, PA-BASED COT'N WASH, announce the launch of Dropps Fabric Softener Pacs.
The report goes on to single out one of the most striking examples in laundry care, Henkel AG's Purex Complete 3-in-l laundry sheets, which combine concentrated detergent, fabric softener and antistatic into a single sheet.
Mix a little liquid fabric softener with water and load into a spray bottle.
GIVE drawers a fresh fragrance by tucking a new fabric softener sheet inside.
com, some of the most harmful ingredients in dryer sheets and liquid fabric softener alike include benzyl acetate (linked to pancreatic cancer), benzyl alcohol (an upper respiratory tract irritant), ethanol (linked to central nervous system disorders), limonene (a known carcinogen) and chloroform (a neurotoxin and carcinogen), among others.
HERE is your chance to win designer baby clothes from Oh Baby London and a year's supply of Fairy Non-Bio and Fairy Fabric Softener.