This product is plant-derived from canola, unlike grocery store-brand fabric softeners that are made with animal fat. Products that contain animal fat coat the fabric, are hard to remove, and also reduce the fabric’s absorbency—be conscious when using such products with towels.
Fabric softener also reduces flame retardency, so do not use on children’s sleepwear or other items labeled flame resistant.
Fabric softener and dryer sheets are similar; however, dryer sheets are nonwoven material coated in fabric softener, while fabric softener is liquid added to the wash cycle. Using liquid fabric softener is more effective because it is more concentrated.
Fabric softener must be used in the assigned machine dispenser, as it is timed to release during the rinse cycle.
Launder new baby clothing before baby’s first wear.
Always add to the machine dispenser. use with cotton, linen, or durable synthetics. Never use with silk and wool.
Effective in all water temperatures. Recommended for everyday laundry except synthetic fabrics, silk, and wool. Add to the fabric softener dispenser and launder as follows: