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Comfort fabric conditioner Half Price was £3 now £1.50 @ Waitrose

£1.50 @ Waitrose
All Varieties Comfort 42 washes (1.5 Ltr) Was £3 now £1.50 @ Waitrose £3 at tesco £3.30 at Asda £2 at Sainsburys Read More
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All Varieties Comfort 42 washes (1.5 Ltr) Was £3 now £1.50 @ Waitrose

£3 at tesco
£3.30 at Asda
£2 at Sainsburys
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#1
Brought a truck load of these, thanks OP
#2
Adzy89
Brought a truck load of these, thanks OP

Clogs your machine up .
#3
bria47
Adzy89
Brought a truck load of these, thanks OP
Clogs your machine up .

Do they really as I use loads of it and hope I'm not causing blockages?
#4
great find
#5
lianne21
bria47
Adzy89
Brought a truck load of these, thanks OP
Clogs your machine up .

Do they really as I use loads of it and hope I'm not causing blockages?
yip ruined my machine had to buy new one .
#6
Love the smell these give my clothes so would be definitely getting one at this price.. But after seeing a comment about clogging machine above i did some googling and though I can't totally give it up yet I will definitely be cutting down on using it ..
To summarise ( in addition to all the usual "it's full of evil chemicals " line that seems to be in everything we use anyway) Seems the fatty contents cause mould and slimy residue in the m/c so might be wise to use in moderation.. The fresh smell is down to the contents being added last in the cycle which means they are never rinsed out too well plus the softening element is down to the softeners creating a coating on the clothes, which means don't use it on towels or anything else that needs to be absorbent.. Alternatives ? Baking soda .. ( never used it myself so not sure if that works ) some also recommend White vinegar and essential oils ..
Would be interesting to hear if that's just the go green lobby's talk or from more people on here have experience of softeners doing more harm than good?



Edited By: blkwhte on Jan 13, 2015 07:33: Update
#7
I did the same. I'm now going to start using vinegar instead. I'll miss the lovely scent of my softener but apparently they will still feel as soft so I'm ok with that.
#8
Glad to be of help .

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