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Method Dryer Activated Fabric Softener Spray 100 loads, Fresh Air

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  • TAG : Homemade Fabric Refresher That's A "Breeze" to Make
  • Method’s new concentrated fabric softener is sprayed directly into the dryer onto wet clothes and is evenly distributed during the drying process. It uses the clothes as a vehicle to disperse the product while the dryer spins. One bottle of this new fabric softener spray will work for 100 medium-sized loads of laundry. Similar to Method’s laundry detergent, four sprays are recommended for a standard-sized load of laundry.

    Now, I’ve tried to freshen up slightly musty clothes in the dryer with dryer sheets before and was always sorely disappointed by the results. So I wasn’t really expecting much when I sprayed down Lila’s funky stuff with four squirts of the Method fabric softener spray and tossed it in the dryer.

  • Method, the leading innovator in premium, eco-friendly household and personal care products, is calling for consumers to “ditch the dryer sheet” with a new fabric softener spray that uses the dryer to deliver fragrance, softness and static control. Method’s new Dryer-Activated Fabric Softener Spray is a powerful, plant-based liquid formula in a customizable spray design that challenges the need for the traditional dryer sheet.

    That’s to say that Method won me over again with its super green, super hard-working, delicious-smelling fabric softener. Add it to my list: the new Method Dryer-Activated Fabric Softener Spray is everything. Try it for yourself; it’ll be the best $7.49 you’ve ever spent on fabric softener. Yessir.

  • I know some people might not be fond of having to pick out their dryer sheets and storing them to make another batch, so I have an alternative option for you, a fabric softener spray.

Homemade Fabric Refresher That’s A “Breeze” to Make

Hello, my name is Denene and I’m a fabric softener snob. Admitting this is the first step to recovery. And I’m in massive need of recovery. Because I’ve been using the same fabric softener since before LL was Cool J, and tossing dryer sheets into the laundry to satisfy my addiction to fresh, clean smelling clothes since the day I started spending my own money on stuff for the laundry. Which explains why the new Method Dryer-Activated Fabric Softener Spray was getting no love from me.