Ditch the Dryer Sheets with Method Spray Fabric Softener

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Method Dryer Activated Fabric Softener Spray 100 loads, Fresh Air

$7.49
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  • To solve the problem of spray on the clothes, just use an old washcloth and spray the fabric softener on the washcloth and throw it in the dryer. Just leave it in the dryer and reuse it over and over by just giving it a couple more sprays each time. Have been doing this for years and have saved tons of money.

    You cannot make febreze without cyclodextrin nor does it clean or remove anything. It masks odor only through a two part process by reducing the volatility of odor molecules so they cannot be smelled. Spraying fabric softener, etc, will not accomplish the same thing but will cause a build up of gunk in your house, and make fabric harder to clean properly. Ditto for oils, etc. Febreze is not a cleaner, even the makers don't make this claim.

  • Beyond the miracle that was those four little squirts on Lila’s funky little uniform, method’s new spray fabric softener happens to be kinda the business for the environment because it completely eliminates the need for dryer sheets—fabric usually made out of polyethylene or polyester, which means they can’t be composted or recycled, and loaded with animal fat—gag!—to help soften clothes, which is just, like, gross. Method’s fabric spray bottles are made from 100 percent PCR PET plastic and can be recycled. Plus, its softening formula is made with coconut oil—an ingredient I use in my everyday grooming regimen. Plus, I won’t have to bother with those annoying used dryer sheets clinging to our clothes and showing up all over the doggone floor, and one of those little bottles works on about 100 loads. POW!

    Beyond the miracle that was those four little squirts on Lila’s funky little uniform, method’s new spray fabric softener happens to be kinda the business for the environment because it completely eliminates the need for dryer sheets—fabric usually made out of polyethylene or polyester, which means they can’t be composted or recycled, and loaded with animal fat—gag!—to help soften clothes, which is just, like, gross. Method’s fabric spray bottles are made from 100 percent PCR PET plastic and can be recycled. Plus, its softening formula is made with coconut oil—an ingredient I use in my everyday grooming regimen. Plus, I won’t have to bother with those annoying used dryer sheets clinging to our clothes and showing up all over the doggone floor, and one of those little bottles works on about 100 loads. POW!

4 Tbsp natural/eco-friendly fabric softener ..