Fabric conditoner: do you always use this in your laundy?

@mobhomeir (7565)
Philippines
June 24, 2009 5:02pm CST
Hey guys I am just curious. Either we are the one doing it or not, do you always required to use fabric conditioner on your laundries?
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10 responses
@glesil_00 (1147)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Adding fabric conditioner is good and makes our laundry smells fresh and good too. During my college, i always add fabcon in my clothes especially my uniform and p.e dress. I love the smell of that, and i do not think that it is another cost.
@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Hello glesil good day. Yes you're right I think it would not add so much cost. But with as I am always doing the laundry always, I never use if the weather is fine for clothes drying, I would just be using it during rainy days....anyways I would say thanks for your share...
@glesil_00 (1147)
• Philippines
26 Jun 09
I have one brand of fabric conditioner i used during my college and stick to it. Now i am using different brand. Fabric conditioner really helps for the good smell and life of dress. Sometimes you do not have to iron it if you used fabric conditioner. Thank you for choosing my response as the best one.
@robert19ph (4584)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
hello mobhomeir, For as long as I can remember, we never used fabric softener before. Maybe because we don't know that thing before that it's really exist or maybe we can't afford to use it. But now that it's well known and can already afford buying it, then using fabric conditioner is a must for me. It really help minimizing the load of clothes for iron. This way, I can not only benefit from minimizing our electric bill but also our clothes is not only soft but good smell as well. Thanks for the modern technology.
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Hello robert good day to you..your damn right. But I would just use it during rainy days cause it would just add to my time in washing , but its going to rainy days, well, to make sure you would have a good smell of your clothes, you're right, it is MUST! Thanks friend for your share...
@stealthy (8188)
• United States
24 Jun 09
I use dryer sheets because the water is very hard where I live. I have never tried something you put into the washing machine as a conditioner.
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Hello stealthy good day. Okay I understand your (water) situation. Anyways, fabric conditioner would be so helpful to laundries if its going to be rainy weather. By putting it on your laundries even if it would not be dried enough, still your laundries would not smell bad...thanks for your share..
@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
24 Jun 09
I do some laundry but I don't use fabric conditioner. Cheers!!
@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Hello underdogtoo I don't know why you don't use fabric conditioner. Maybe adding it just cost you a lot....Well thanks for your share...
@ckyera (17261)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
sometimes i do, but most of the time i don't! i think my powdered soap is already good and its enough to make our clothes smell good and soft... but when the weather is bad...mmmm sometimes i use it because the smell of the clothes is different when it is not dried under the sun... how about you? do you always use it?
@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Same here..I will never use it during sunny days, it would just add my time on washing..but if it going to rainy days, of course If I would not be lazy to do it...
• Malaysia
25 Jun 09
i do use a fabric softener whenever i do my laundry. makes my clothes softer and smells much nicer too
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Hello kevsgirlalways good day. You must be very meticulous in your dresses.. well that's fine...we have the right to what we want to have..
@prinzcy (5063)
• Malaysia
25 Jun 09
No, it's not necessary to add fabric softener. Your detergent is enough. But I use fabric softener in every wash. Some of my clothes are silky and easily wrinkles. Plus, it hard to iron after the wash. Using fabric softener can make ironing easy (I feel like promoting them~~~) The clothes will smell nice too.
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Hello prizcy good day. You're right it is not necessary specially on you kind of clothes..I think laundry soap would be fine..thanks for your share anyway...
• Canada
25 Jun 09
Is what you call fabric condition, what a lot of people call fabric softener? We don't use it in the washing machine, we wash with regular laundry soap,, and use "dryer sheets" in the dryer, to soften our fabric.
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Yes. But for me, if the weather would be sunny, well, I will never use it. It would just add to time you consume in washing your clothes...thanks again friend..
• Canada
25 Jun 09
Is what you call fabric condition, what a lot of people call fabric softener? We don't use it in the washing machine, we wash with regular laundry soap,, and use "dryer sheets" in the dryer, to soften our fabric.
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
25 Jun 09
Hello daniscanadian good day. Yeah I understand there are countries who never use because they never had this thing. I think it is just familiar in Asean countries. It's a kind of liquid thing in sachet pack something like 33ML (content). It would be best to use it during rainy season in your laundry so that if you're not gonna be using dryer your clothes would still smell fresh and clean...but still we consider it a kind of softener...Thanks for your share friend..
@sblossom (2170)
17 Oct 09
Before I did not use fabric conditioner even I always had some by accident. However my husband is used to use it and always tells me to use it when I do washing. So now I also use it. To be honest I don’t see any difference between using it or not. Also I don’t care if I don’t use it. I think it’s a kind of waste of money. It’s a one thing I don’t understand with my husband. But I don’t want have argument with him. At my family he does the washing mostly. So let him do what he wants I just enjoy my free time.