August 27, 2007,
C. asks from Pilot Point, TX on August 21, 2007
A.P. answers from Dallas on August 27, 2007
I switched to green cleaning products. I use to use Downy, but once one of my kids got eczema I had to quit using it. I use to have that same problem though. My clothes would have small blue dots on them. The fabric softener I use now is safe for all skins tupes and is highly concentrated. It is a soft white color and just takes a little bit. It has a nice clean smell.. not too strong. Let me know if you would like to know more about it.
Have a good day.
R. answers from Dallas on August 21, 2007
add a little water to the bottle of softner and shake it up, then use as usual. HTH
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K.D. answers from Dallas on August 21, 2007
I would trash it. That 4 dollar bottle of softner is not worth ruining clothes over. It may have gotten old, or to hot or whatever.
B.P. answers from Dallas on August 22, 2007
I always add water to the fabric softener. it doesn't hurt it at all. As for your clothes, sometimes the bottle will say what to do if it stains. good luck
J.I. answers from Dallas on August 22, 2007
I add water to the dispenser with my fabric softner. Normally equal parts.