Production Company: Thomas Thomas Films The TV Commercial Ad titled Naturist was done by Ogilvy & Mather London advertising agency for product: Comfort Fabric Softener (brand: Comfort) in United Kingdom. It was released in the Jul 2008.
Editor: Amanda James, Final Cut The TV Commercial Ad titled NATURIST was done by Ogilvy & Mather London advertising agency for product: Comfort Fabric Softener (brand: Comfort) in United Kingdom. It was released in the Dec 2008.
I really like Comfort fabric softener and tend to stock up when its on offer, the last time I shopped at Tesco, I spotted this one and decided to give it a go.
The fabric softener is available in two different sizes, a 38 wash (570ml) and a 64 wash (970ml), they retail at around £3.50 for the smaller and £5 for the larger.
As with most fabric conditioners, there are several different fragrances available such as Passion, Sky, Pearl and Sunburst; I chose the Passion one which comes in a compact bottle with a purple and pink pattern to the front.
The conditioner is white in colour and has quite a runny consistency, very similar to that of milk. Comfort advertise this as Ultra concentrated and state that you should use 15ml for a 4-5kg load and 32ml for a 6-7kg load, Ill be honest, I have no idea how heavy my regular load is but the washing machine is normally full so I always opt for the bigger amount. Upon removing the screw top lid from the conditioner, this bottle actually has a little pouring spout which I know some of the other Comfort conditioner don't have so I find it quite easy t pour the right amount (which for a larger load is a full cap full).
Comfort describes the fragrance as a mix of juicy fruits, blossom petals and vanilla; it does smells quite sweet however I can't really smell the vanilla elements. As soon as I take the washing from the machine, I am greeted with the same smell as when I remove the lid from the bottle which I was quite impressed with as I have used other brands in the past where I can't smell the conditioner at all.
The true test came when I had dried my clothes, for me, my clothes felt lovely and soft and where easy to iron too, the creases seemed to just fall out (which is always a bonus as I hate ironing). The only downside for me is that while my clothes smelt fresh for a couple of days, I noticed that after a couple of days, the fragrance did seem to disappear.
One thing the hubby did struggle with was using a less amount, he tends to pour the conditioner straight into the compartment in the washer and puts the same amount in every time, I did have to shout as him a few times when I noticed that the conditioner seemed to disappearing quite quickly.
I quite like the fragrance but it doesn't seem to be as long lasting as the other Comfort ones I have chosen so for that reason, this gets 4 out of 5 stars from me.
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