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How To Get The Best Smelling Laundry

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There is nothing I love more than clean laundry. Throwing on a clean shirt, crawling under clean sheets…it fills my heart. I'm serious, I love it that much. I started doing my laundry fairly early in life because I hated the way my parents folded my clothes. Ever since, it has been a game of "how can I fold the best, and get the best smelling laundry?" Well, I have perfected folding, and I thought I had perfected great smelling clothes, until now.

Last year, I came across Tide with Febreze. This my friends, is a game changer. Not only does this detergent work well at fighting stains but it leaves your laundry smelling fresh and clean. Once I toss the laundry in the dryer I always use dryer sheets. I generally buy the dryer sheets that are on sale because I have found that they all work great and make my clothes very soft. (I especially love the Target brand and Bounce.)
Now, my friend was just recently visiting from Chicago when she told me about Downy Unstopables. She was telling me that you simply use a cup of these "unstoppable" and your clothes are left smelling fresh for weeks. The best part? It's not just your clothes! Your closet, car, suitcase, yourself, etc., will smell fresh for days.
I tried all three of these products together and you wouldn't believe how fresh our clothes and sheets smell. And the scent lasts for a good 3-5 days. There is something about clean laundry that smells good that makes me feel comfortable and at home. Wouldn't you agree?

Now, some might say that using all of these "harsh" chemicals is bad for your clothes or skin. I am here to tell you that I would rather smell like a walking washer than a walking trash can. Not only that, I have never had any issues with damaged clothes or irritated skin. (I always try a small amount of the product first to see how my clothes and skin react.)

**Please note, everything above is 100% my opinion and 100% love for the freshness of clean clothes.

What do you use that keeps your laundry fresh? I am always look for new ideas!

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