I normally use liquid fabric softener because not everything I wash goes into the dryer. And with dryer sheets, one is not enough for a large load, and using two sheets seems wasteful. I was a little skeptical about the Method fabric softener because I know, at times, I get splotches on my clothes with the liquid softener in the washer, and it seemed that spraying it directly on my clothes would produce similar results.
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 fabric softener is an ultra-concentrated formula with plant-based smartsoft technology® and softening oils designed to leaves clothes soft with just a few tiny squirts. Available in a range of scents.
See I totally feel you, Denene, on the torture, er, um, rather the laundry front. I hate laundry with a passion. I know that the washer and dryer do most of the work. It’s not like I have to take the stuff to a river miles away and beat the clothes on a rock. Yet and still I hate doing laundry. BUT. I do love the scent and feel of freshly laundered clothes. What a conundrum. I might just try this Method stuff. I love their household cleaners. They rock! Thanks for the heads up on the Method fabric softener. Off to look for coupons for this stuff.