Fabric softner

May 15, 2007 3:02pm CST
DO yo always use fabric softner when you are washing your clothes? I really hate it when especially towels have been wased without fabric softner, then they just hurt to use.
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5 responses
@Michele21 (3094)
• United States
15 May 07
Yes I always use fabric softner...unless I am out at the time =) I think it makes the clothes smell good and keeps them nice and soft!!
@Modestah (11188)
• United States
26 Mar 08
I agree that towels are so much nicer to use (and even fold) when they have had a fabric softening treatment. I do like to use fabric softener but not the chemical kind that is marketed with such inviting names as bounce and snuggle... instead I add a little white vinegar to the rinse water and it softens wonderfully...
@Polly1 (12646)
• United States
23 May 07
I use the liquid kind, my laundry always smells so good. My granddaughters tell me my laundry always smells good too.
@carpenter5 (6785)
• United States
22 May 07
yes I do. I can't stand scratchy towels, or clothes that have so much static that your pants legs stick together. I use liquid and dryer sheets. I prefer Tide detergent with Downy in Lavender and Vanilla and the matching liquid fabric softener. Then I use dryer sheets to help cut down on static cling even more.
@abroji (3247)
• India
16 May 07
Actually what is fabric softner? We at home use some detergent powder and wash the clothes, then we rinse the clothes in a solution made of a powder known by brand name Revive. They say this helps the clothes to be stiff and soft. May be it is a fabric softner. Manufacturers come out with new products every day. But I am very reluctant to go after everything.