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We all want our clothes to look and feel their very best. I incorporate Downy fabric softener in my laundry routine to ensure that our clothes look their very best and last! Just because my little guy has hand-me down clothes from his brother, doesn’t mean I want them to LOOK like hand-me downs. My little Princess has boutique one of a kind dresses that will hopefully be passed down to her children one day, so I need a fabric softener that is gentile on delicate items too! But I count on Downy for more than just clothes.
Now that the summer season is upon us, we use countless towels and blankets between beaches, pools, and outdoor activities. My little Princess is often laying on a towel or blanket so it’s important that the fabrics are as soft and gentile as possible on her delicate skin! Downy puts my mind at ease by keeping all of our towels and blankets ultra soft while looking brand new!
How Downy protects clothes:
- Instead of losing their shape, clothes bounce back to their store-bought form
- Colors stay true and resist fading
- Towels are protected from pilling and fuzz
- Fabrics are softened for added comfort
DID YOU KNOW- The science behind fabric protection?
During a ride around the washing machine, garments pull stretch, and rub together. Downy conditions, strengthens, and lubricates each fiber to protect clothing from the friction, and agitation of typical washing cycle.
Ways you can help fabric protection:
- Turn garments inside out
- Washing soft fabrics (like cotton) on the gentle cycle
Doing this, along with using Downy will keep your clothes looking their best!
With Downy, I always get the cheek approval from my kids. That’s right, my kids actually do a “cheek test” on our laundry before using it, especially when it comes to towels! Downy Fabric Conditioner is available at Walmart and Walmart.com for everyday low prices. Learn more and shop for it here.
To learn more about how to protect the clothes you love:
What items will you use Downy on for “cheek test” approval?