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Post by Deedee on Mon Aug 24, 2009 4:31 pm

if you forget to use your Downy, and you don't use dryer sheets (like me, i only use Downy)...then as a last resort you can put a little bit of Downy on a wash cloth and throw that in your dryer with your wet clothes. i wouldn't recommend it all the time, but it is a good way to save the day if you just forget.
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Post by Laura on Mon Aug 24, 2009 5:19 pm

oooo good idea. also, if you use dryer sheets, like me you can cut/tear them in half and double your quantity and still make them smelling good with only half!
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Post by Deedee on Mon Aug 24, 2009 5:50 pm

be careful doing it with Downy though, only use a wash RAG, cuz the Downy CAN stain........
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Post by lsmile4freebies on Tue Aug 25, 2009 1:08 pm

Talk about Downy. Do you know it's the ONLY brand that I know that makes a fragrance free softener?? Because the one I use is Downy fragrance free. It's the one in the all white bottle. Why it's so expensive is beyond me. This one has no added perfumes, so you would think it would be cheaper to make? I wish I had some coupons for this?? Anyone know how I can get coupons for this ??? Thanks. Any if anyone here knows if there is another brand cheaper than Downy that makes fragrance free softener please please let me know. Thanks a million. thumbs up
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Post by Patty432 on Tue Aug 25, 2009 10:19 pm

I rub dryer sheets in my hair and my daughters. Not only to keep it soft, but its also a great way to get the static out!!!!

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Post by Deedee on Tue Aug 25, 2009 11:11 pm

Oh, yeah, I remember when I was younger and I wore pantyhose a lot and I would get static cling on my skirts and stuff. Then I would rub a dryer sheet on my legs and the static cling would be gone.
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Post by jersma on Tue Aug 25, 2009 11:35 pm

i used a dryer sheet on my cat once -he was sparking all over the place and he was pissed off by it! was kind of fun to see the sparks when it was dark - gotta love static electricity and cats
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Post by lsmile4freebies on Wed Aug 26, 2009 12:06 pm

jersma wrote:i used a dryer sheet on my cat once -he was sparking all over the place and he was pissed off by it! was kind of fun to see the sparks when it was dark - gotta love static electricity and cats
Are you kidding me?? How funny that must have been jersma!!!lol I've heard of people having static but animals?? Never. Wow, that must have been so funny to see!!! Of course I would have done the same thing so the cat would be at peace poor thing.
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Post by jersma on Wed Aug 26, 2009 12:09 pm

ismile - next time it is really dry-no humidity- try petting a cat ! hee hee you will both be shocked and the cat will be very pissed. LOL
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Post by Deedee on Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:32 pm

Yeah, especially in a dark room, then you can actually SEE it!
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Post by lsmile4freebies on Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:43 pm

jersma wrote:ismile - next time it is really dry-no humidity- try petting a cat ! hee hee you will both be shocked and the cat will be very pissed. LOL

Deedee wrote:Yeah, especially in a dark room, then you can actually SEE it!
lol Lord...that is way too funny you two. Yeah, I'll try it but I don't think it will work. I mean it would be cool to see, since my cat is long haired...lol but to think of it...how many times have I pet her and nothing like that has happened. I don't know. hmm
On another note...anyone know if any other brand of liquid softener is fragrance free besides Downy?? Thanks. flower
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Post by jersma on Wed Aug 26, 2009 4:11 pm

lsmile4freebies wrote:
jersma wrote:ismile - next time it is really dry-no humidity- try petting a cat ! hee hee you will both be shocked and the cat will be very pissed. LOL

Deedee wrote:Yeah, especially in a dark room, then you can actually SEE it!
lol Lord...that is way too funny you two. Yeah, I'll try it but I don't think it will work. I mean it would be cool to see, since my cat is long haired...lol but to think of it...how many times have I pet her and nothing like that has happened. I don't know. hmm
On another note...anyone know if any other brand of liquid softener is fragrance free besides Downy?? Thanks. flower

Seventh Generation makes one (ralphs/krogers sell it) and I think I saw arm & hammer with one.
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Post by jersma on Wed Aug 26, 2009 4:12 pm

Deedee wrote:Yeah, especially in a dark room, then you can actually SEE it!

I am not the only one! yeah!
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Re: FABRIC SOFTENER

Post by Deedee on Fri Sep 11, 2009 11:10 pm

they say that wintergreen lifesavers spark when you bite on them...you have to be in the dark to see it. I tried it once, and I guess there was a little spark....hmmm
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