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    It seems Gain and Febreze have taken over the world.

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    OMG! It smells delish and lasts for days!!


    This is the latest scent from Febreze and I love it! It's not to perfumy but is still yummy!

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    Chemical nightmare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    Chemical nightmare.
    Are you allergic?
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    I can't use scented stuff in my laundry - detergents and/or dryer sheets. They give me a rash something fierce "down there".
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    I love the way gain and fabreze smell so I'm gonna try them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    Are you allergic?

    I am allergic to Gain.


    I do use the spray Febreze sometimes on the cat beds and stuff, but never the Gain co-branded ones. I hate those plug-in artificial scents, they are way too strong. A subtle handbasket of potpurri is about as scented as my house gets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brookie View Post
    I can't use scented stuff in my laundry - detergents and/or dryer sheets. They give me a rash something fierce "down there".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    Are you allergic?
    I don't like artificial scents, and I try to avoid artificial anything if I can. I gag at the smell of those plug-ins.
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    Gain smells good, It was the detergent my husband used in college. But I noticed it was harsh, it left his clothes discolored and worn-looking. When we lived together I switched to Tide and it made a difference in how his clothes looked.

    I don't go out of my way to avoid scents, but I don't necessarily think it's a good idea to just throw them in my environment for no reason. For clothes especially, the chemicals are rubbing all over you 24/7 and sometimes I do wonder what they're doing to you long-term.

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    I don't even know what those laundry products are, do they just make clothes smell good? My clothes smell good because they're clean and I'm lucky I can hang them to dry in the fresh air and sunshine. But even from the dryer they smell good. Why would I need to add extra chemicals to make me smell like fruit? That sounds horrendous.
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    I used Gain for years. I started using this Nellie's laundry soda and I can't believe how much cleaner and softer my towels and clothes are now. And my stuff doesn't have that laundry detergent smell. Which when mixed with everything else can be too much imo. I also never use fabric softener sheets on socks, underwear and towels. It's amazing how much more absorbent towels are when they aren't coated with that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprynkles View Post
    I used Gain for years. I started using this Nellie's laundry soda and I can't believe how much cleaner and softer my towels and clothes are now. And my stuff doesn't have that laundry detergent smell. Which when mixed with everything else can be too much imo. I also never use fabric softener sheets on socks, underwear and towels. It's amazing much more absorbent towels are when they aren't coated with that stuff.

    I'm gonna look for that ^^^^^!!
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    I just looked up making your own laundry soda. It's incredibly easy. I probably won't be purchasing it anymore, lol. You only need a tablespoon per load btw.
    How To Make Washing Soda
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    Yeah, I know someone who uses baking soda for laundry. I don't know what the mixture is but she has a recipe.
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    I love the plain, original Gain. Just smells like fresh detergent, not fruity. I love it.

    I don't use plug-ins or anything. I just don't like the smell.

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