Downy April Fresh Liquid Fabric Conditioner softens, freshens, and protects your clothes from stretching, fading, and fuzz - leaving them with a long-lasting Febreze-fresh floral scent you’ll want to keep on sniffing. This conditioning fabric softener fights static and reduces more wrinkles than using detergent alone in the wash. Easy to use and compatible with top- and front-loading machines, Downy is the must-have addition to laundry day - so your clothes can always look and feel their best.
- Protects fabrics so they look newer, longer
- 7 Benefits in Every Drop
- Surround yourself with 3X the softening vs. detergent alone. (Vs. Tide Original.)
- Renews freshness over time with Renewing Scent Pearls
- Helps reduce wrinkles and static cling
Shake it! For medium loads, dose to bottom line. For larger loads, dose to top line. Pour into fabric softener dispenser. For center agitator, top off with water.
Safety Warning: Liquid fabric softener can increase fabric flammability. Using more than recommended can increase this effect.
Do not use this product:
- On children's sleepwear or garments labeled as flame resistant as it may reduce flame resistance
- On garments made with fluffier fabrics (such as fleece, velour, chenille, and terry cloth)
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