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I love the Comfort range of fabric conditioners and this fragrance I am reviewing today is one I have bought quite a few times because it works well and is often on special offer. Saves me some money when I purchase it at a reduced price.
It comes in a plastic bottle and has a large cap which can be used as a measuring cap. The name is very clear on the front of the bottle and so can easily be spotted on a shelf. . The bottle is very easy to get a good grip comfortably in the hands without dropping it and also for pouring it into the cap or the machine. As soon as the top is removed the fragrance is apparent. It has a really nice sweet fragrance and one which has smell which is mostly a perfume scent and a kind of sweet smell to it. It smells refreshing too.. The liquid is a nice blue colour, it has a rich consistency and doesn't drip from the bottle neck. The texture of the liquid is really soft and smooth and fairly thick.
I like to just fill the cap almost full for a full wash load and then just half a cap when I am only washing just a few items. This amount for both loads is an adequate amount. A little does go a very long way with this conditioner and using too much just isn't really necessary. The cap is useful if you do like to fill a cap with conditioner and then pour it into your machine drawer.
When I take my fabrics from my machine I can really detect the fragrance immediately. It is quite a strong scent and aroma but it is not too overpowering, my fabrics smell really fresh and clean.. Once my fabrics have dried I can really smell the fragrance them and again the scent is really nice and smells gorgeous. When I take my clothes from my wardrobe or drawers a few weeks later I can still smell the fragrance on them but it does fade the longer my clothing is in my wardrobe and over a period of weeks but the clothing still has a fresh smell to them and it is still apparent but not as strong a smell on them but they still smell nice when I want to wear them.
I find this conditoner softens fabrics really well and leaves my towels nice and fluffy and really soft. It also gives a really nice smell to my curtains and when I walk past them or open my windows I can smell how fresh they smell and with a nice perfume smell to them. I love it when I walk past fabrics such as curtains or when I sit on my sofa or chair and my cushion covers smell really nice. If I cannot smell any fragrance from them I then know a conditioner doesn't work very well for a lasting fragrance but this one certainly does last.
I also like to use the conditioner for softening my delicate fabrics and I just pour a tiny amount in my sink or washing up bowl and then just add warm water and soak the fabrics in the solution. I only leave them to soak for around a couple of minutes and usually no longer than 5 minutes in total. I find this amount of time is well enough to soften them and not ruin them. It is very easy to rinse the conditioner from the fabrics in no time at all and then just to hang out to dry naturally. I always dry my delicate fabrics naturally on my washing line or on my clothes rack. I never tumble dry them because delicates do need to dry naturally in my opinion so not to ruin the fabric. This conditioner has never ruined my fabrics.
I just love the smell of my bedding when I get into bed at night, I can really detect the fragrance on my bedding and they smell really nice and fresh. I find that fresh smelling bedding really does help me relax a little bit more and have a better night's sleep.
For a 750ml bottle the usual full price is £2.30 but on offer it can be often bought for just a £1 sometimes and so if seen at this price it is well worth stocking up if you use a conditioner on a regular basis as I do. For this size of liquid it is designed to soften 21 normal wash loads. I would say it comes pretty close to this amount and a true statement from this brand. Also comes in larger bottle of 1.2 Litres and is priced around £3.50 and this size bottle is for around 34 wash loads.
It does tell me on the bottle that it has 100% more fragrance in every drop. It is a strong fragrance so who really knows if it contains more than some other brands in my opinion but this is what it claims so I have to believe that and from my experience of using this liquid I think the claims are true enough.
I have found that this conditioner hasn't cause any rashes or irritations to my sensitive skin or the skins of my grandchildren. I have used this one for softening my grandchildren's clothing when I wash them at my home on a regular basis. It is more than suitable for the little ones clothing.
I highly recommend this conditioner if you are looking for one which softens fabrics well and leaves a lasting fragrance on the clothing. Which has a very nice fragrance to it and a lasting smell on fabrics.
I will continue to buy this conditioner in the future because it gives my fabrics all the results for softening them and leaving them with a nice scent to them and for a very long time after using it in a machine or a washing up bowl for hand soaking.
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I give this one 5 stars.
Thank you for reading my review and I hope it has been of some help.
~Bluebell and Bergamot~
Comfort offer a range of scented fabric conditioners and today I will be discussing my experience of the 'Bluebell and Bergamot' fabric conditioner.
This fabric conditioner is designed to be used alongside your normal laundry detergent and should be dispensed into your washing machine drawer. This fabric conditioner has been created by perfume experts and is designed to offer 100% more fragrance per drop compared to the Comfort Jojoba Oil fabric conditioner. It should also leave your laundry feeling softer.
Bluebell and Bergamot is presented in a tall, curvy plastic bottle which has an attractive and eyecatching blue sleeve. The important product information and usage instructions are noted on the back of the bottle and the lid doubles up as a measuring cap. The empty bottle can be recycled. It is recommended that you use 18ml of liquid for handwashing, 35ml for regular loads and 55ml for larger loads of laundry.
~Where To Buy~
Blueberry and Bergamot fabric conditioner can be purchased from most supermarkets. The 1.2l is designed to offer approximately 34 standard washes and is priced at around £3.50 per bottle. It is, however, currently on offer at just £2.00 in Tesco and from www.tesco.com. The smaller 750ml bottle can be bought from Wilkos priced at £2.25.
I am always looking for new or different laundry products to try as I do a lot of washing! On a Friday, I can often be found down the laundry detergent aisle sniffing different fabric conditioners - sad I know! When it comes to Comfort, my favourite fabric conditioner is Strawberry and Lily Kiss. I did plan on purchasing that particular scent a few weeks ago whilst in Tesco but was drawn in by the low price of £1.80 for a 1.2l bottle of Bluebell and Bergamot. I can't resist a bargain and a quick sniff inside the bottle confirmed that this would be going home with me!
I have a large capacity washing machine but do not always fill it completely so how much fabric conditioner i use varies between washes. Regardless of whether I use this fabric conditioner in a big or small load, at 30c of 60c or which laundry detergent I use alongside it, the results have been equally as good. The blue liquid is easily poured from the bottle and appears to have a substantial thickness but not so thick that it clogs up my machine drawer. I personally choose to pour it in to the lid and then in to my drawer as this means less chance of me making a mess.
Within the bottle, this fabric conditioner has quite a powerful, concentrated smell which is very uplifting and refreshing. After my laundry has been washed and spun, I open the door to reveal a very clean and fresh aroma. This fabric conditioner scent overides any laundry detergent and transfers on to my laundry very well. With some laundry detergents, the scent is weak and barely noticeable but I am pleased to confirm that the Bluebell and Bergamot scent is very much evident on my laundry. The scent is gorgeous and very gender neutral. The scent is very bright and Summery in my opinion. There is a well balanced mix of light florals with sweetness and I personally notice a slight minty undertone which gives the scent a refreshing and very pleasant boost. Ultimately, my laundry smells lovely and the scent remains on my laundry for quite a few days even when the laundry has been stored away in the wardrobe. I have noticed that bed sheets hold the scent well even when stored away. Some may find the scent a little too strong but this can be altered by simply using less fabric conditioner.
As well as leaving my laundry smelling nice, this fabric conditioner performs well at softening my laundry. I generally find that Comfort is the best range of fabric conditioners for leaving my laundry feeling very soft and conditioned after being washed. I particularly like how well it softens towels as there is nothing more appealing than stepping out the shower and wrapping a super soft, fluffy towel around you in my opinion. I dry laundry out on the line and also indoors over the clothes airer and find that whilst I prefer drying my laundry out on the line, the laundry still feels good and smells nice after being dried indoors. My home also benefits from the fragrant aroma of this fabric conditioner when the laundry is dried indoors.
I find that this fabric conditioner is of a high quality. It works a treat on all types of laundry and smells gorgeous. Both myself and my son have sensitive skin but haven't experienced any irritation from using this product. It ticks all the boxes for me. I only buy Comfort when it is on offer but I do feel that it is worth the higher price. I will be stocking up on this one whilst Tesco have it reduced. I have been pleased by how many washes I have been able to get from one bottle as I used different amounts each time.
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***Why do I use it? and How much?***
I have been using Comfort fabric softener on and off for many years and after giving up on the Ecover softener I came across the Exhilarations line which boasts 100% more fragrance in every drop and has quite a wide range of scents including Strawberry and Lily (Not to my taste), Poppy and Peach (Not a fan of peach), Blueberry & Jasmine (A lovely aroma), Vanilla & Gold (Not exactly certain what gold is supposed to smell of but I'm not one to smell like an ice-cream) and finally my favourite Bluebell and Bergamot. As much as I love this softener I will not pay the RRP of £3.30 for 1.2 Litres as you can always find it for £2 somewhere provided you shop around.
The plastic bottle is recyclable and the lid is too but double check with your local recycling service provider as some have got a bizarre idea about lids not being recyclable. The plastic bottle tapers on one side near the lid making handing much easier when it comes to pouring the solution and the cap is pretty much bog-standard for a fabric softener. The measurement of solution is explained on the rear of the bottle with the following recommendations: 6-7Kg load - 55mL (full cap), 4-5Kg load - 35mL (2/3's of a cap) and finally Handwashing - 18mL (1/3 of a cap). I personally do find these measurements a little generous and tend to use a little less and have found the product to be just as effective.
***Scent & Softness***
As for the scent labelled as Bluebell and Bergamot well I can certainly make out Bergamot but as for Bluebell which is actually a rather scentless flower (from what I can recall from spending time in Bluebell covered forests as a child) I cannot detect it's presence. However apart from the obvious Bergamot scent I can also make out notes of lemon, orange blossom and other white florals which I cannot specify with certainty. The combination of the above notes produces a happy spring/summer time aroma which permeates the room and pretty much the whole home but without being too heady. As for softness this conditioner works really well with both my son's clothing and mine and hasn't triggered any allergies in either of us - unlike Ecover which left too much of a coating on the clothes and inturn left us itching like crazy.
I have definitely noticed that my ironing has gotten easier since I used this product and my iron glides through the toughest of shirts and skirts without any creasing issues. I had real issues with Ecover when it came to this as I found that there was far too much friction due to the coating on the clothes and ironing took much longer and I hate ironing as it is.
***Would I recommend this product?***
Well if you like the scent yes but if you're not so keen then give it a miss. Not everyone has the same taste in scent which is why there are so many fragrances in the world so check out the other aromas and if you like them well you can't go wrong really.
I am not one to buy a fabric softener without first having had a good sniff and so, needing a new bottle recently I looked forward to having a good look around to see what fragrances I hadn't yet tried. The world of fabric softeners, just the thing to pick up a tired and slightly blocked nose for a smell of summer as the winter ensues. Trudging down my Wilkinsons aisle, the colours of the various bottles grouped together like colours of the rainbow, each one unique in the scent that they gave. I have for many years been a fan of Comfort, not least because they provide good quality products but also because they offer some interesting takes on classic smells. As a result, noticing that the Comfort Exhilarations were on offer at 2 for £3, I popped a couple of bottles in the basket, one of which was this Bluebell and Bergamot bottle.
The product itself is definitely eye catching in my opinion. The bottle is plastic in material and is topped with a dark blue screw top cap which also serves as a measuring device. The body of the bottle is illustrated with two curved lines of colour in differing shades of blue, together with a bergamot leaf and two bluebell flower heads. Text on the front of the bottle indicates that my bottle provides up to 21 washes and has '100% more fragrance in every drop'.
Upon screwing the cap off my bottle the liquid is a light blue in colour and I can see why they say more fragrance in every drop. The fragrance is very strong and filled my nose with the strong scent of bluebell flowers and a hint of bergamot. The combined affect produces a floral and slightly citrus scent which reminded me of somewhere Mediterranean far far away, which isn't really a bad thing at this time of year. I really love the fragrance of this fabric softener and was keen to see how strong the scent would be after a wash cycle.
On the back of the bottle we are told about the quantity of fabric softener to use for each wash cycle, be it a large load (55ml), normal load (35ml) or handwash (18ml). Whilst I am normally a person who sticks to instructions, I do like my clothes to smell good and do own a family sized washing machine which can wash more clothes than standard. As a result, I will usually put a 'large load' quantity of fabric softener in each wash cycle, that being just under one capful of product.
To use this softener is simply a case of pouring the required amount of liquid into the washing machine drawer at the start of a wash cycle and then sitting back and letting the washing machine take care of the rest. It is advised that this product should not be poured directly onto clothing neither should it be left on skin and therefore your hands should be washed after use. At the end of my first was cycle with this product I eagerly pulled the clothes out of the machine and was pleased with the sweet floral scent that wafted out of my wet washing. My clothes were subject to a good drying cycle in the tumble drier at my local laundrette, and despite this the smell still was noticeable in my clean clothes.
Over time I have really enjoyed using this product as I feel that it not only helps my clothes to smell nicer but also makes them feel soft against my skin. This fabric softener is particularly good on towels as it seems to soften the surface of the towel whilst giving it a good dowse of fragrance. As with all reviews, the proof is in the result and I am delighted with this softener as I can still smell hints of this product on my clothing today as I sit at my desk.
This product can be purchased in any number of supermarkets and is currently priced at £2.25 in Wilkinson for 750ml and a slightly reduced £2.00 in Tesco. However, a larger 1.5 litre bottle is available for larger households.
This is another excellent product from Comfort and one which I really enjoy using and I would therefore recommend it. As a result of the above this softener scores an excellent five stars from me.
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I use fabric conditioner with almost every wash and my favourite brand is Comfort, which I find to provide consistent high quality and a range of beautiful fragrances. When in Morrison's a while ago, I noticed the Bluebell and Bergamot scent, which is one I hadn't tried before. I thought that this sounded like it would be a lovely fragrance and even better it was on special offer, so I snapped one up.
The fabric conditioner comes in the usual shaped Comfort bottle, with a screw top cap which doubles as a dosing device. The label is decorated in luscious tones of blue and is certainly appealing on the eye - well as much as a bottle of fabric conditioner can be anyway!
The conditioner is a pale blue in colour and reasonably thick. Unlike some other fabric conditioners I've used, it doesn't leave a residue in the drawer compartment of my washing machine. The dosing instructions are printed clearly on the back of the pack alongside diagrams.
The scent of the product can be detected as soon as the lid is unscrewed and in my opinion the fragrance is the best thing about the product. It has quite a feminine smell, which is orangey but with a sweet floral undertone. It's a very fresh scent, very clean smelling and perfectly suited to this kind of product.
As soon as the machine door is opened after using this product the scent hits you. I have used with both scented and unscented detergents, but even with the scented ones the smell of this fabric conditioner seems to take over and is the only thing that can be smelled. I have also found if drying my clothes indoors, wherever I hang them the room is always filled with scent, so it's almost like getting a free air freshener! In fact yesterday, I was drying my clothes in the spare room as it was raining outside and I could smell the scent of this fabric softener all the way up the stairs.
In terms of softness, although it can be quite difficult to judge with these things, my personal feeling is that this does leave fabrics feeling softer after use. I have also noticed that clothes and fabrics retain the scent quite well and even if I wash an item and don't wear it for a week or so, I can still smell traces of this product on it when I take it out of the wardrobe.
Both myself and my fiancé have sensitive skin and neither of us have experienced any irritation since using this product.
I paid £2 for a 34 wash bottle of this in Morrison's and ASDA are currently selling it for the same price.
Overall, I've been very pleased with this product and would use it again. It smells lovely and my clothes retain the scent, so it gets a big recommendation from me.
I love fabric conditioner...I tend to go for quite sweet smelling ones, Im not too keen on the talcy perfume type.
Comfort never seems to let me down, in particular this range, I have so far tried the Bluebell and Bergamont variety and was perfectly happy with the lovely flowery yet slightly fruity fragrance that seems to last forever, nothing beats that feeling when you climb in to clean sheets that still have the just washed fragrance.
However I have now discovered the new Blushing Poppy and Peach creation. This is beautiful, a fresh very fruity slightly flowery fragrance, I think this is definately my new favourite.....for now....until the next one!
The bottle I purchased was on offer in Asda at £1 well worth it, it contains 750ml or 21 measured doses, I always tend to be a bit heavy handed with fabric conditioner so I dont think I get 21 washes however this is an uneccessary extravagance on my part.
The bottle states that the range has been designed by top international perfume experts..I really do believe this. All of the fragrances in this range are absolutely beautiful, I find that when I dry clothes around the house, the whole house takes on the refreshing fragrances, even when dried on the washing line or in the dryer the fragrance still lingers!
I have totally dwelled on the smell of these fabric conditioner so just a quicky on the effects..my washing is really soft when I use this and even jeans are easy to iron after this has been in the wash so recommended on this part too.
I am a massive fan of these new fragrances from comfort, I am looking forward to working my way through the whole range and will no doubt keep you informed via updates of how I get on with them.
Recommended for anyone who likes nice smelling soft clothes!
Those of you who read my reviews regularly will know I am a sucker for the aroma of bergamot - so much so that I actually find it hard to walk past products which are scented with it.
I recently spied Comfort Exhilarations had added a new fragrance to their fabric conditioner range, entitled Wild Bluebell and Bergamot Thrill. I honestly think they could have had me in mind when they were developing this fragrance - well certainly I was thrilled to see another product with my beloved bergamot! Add to that childhood memories of picking copious amounts of bluebells in the woods across the road from my parents' house and of the beautiful scent these pretty wild flowers left when put in vases throughout the house then this was a "must buy" for me.
The one thing that did put me off however was the price. I try to only buy Comfort when it's on offer purely because of the price, which seems to be around the £2.20 mark currently for a 750 ml bottle. I usually shop at Morrisons but they only had the larger 1.5 ml bottles, so when I found myself in Asda a couple of weeks ago with my daughter and her friend, I decided to pick up a 750 ml bottle while I had the chance.
The Comfort Exhilarations range includes several scents but the only one I have used prior to the Wild Blueberry & Bergamot Thrill is the Strawberry and Lily Kiss version which I must admit was my fabric softener of choice until recently and something I would always stock up on when it was on offer. Sadly those offers seem to have dried up of late, leading to me using Cussons' Morning Fresh range which I have reviewed previously.
The 750ml bottle of fabric conditioner is supposed to be sufficient for 21 washes but this is only the case if you follow the dosing advice for normal loads and only use 35 ml of product. If you use a full cap of 55ml then you will only get 13 washes from the bottle.
The conditioner itself is a very deep shade of blue and the smell when you open the bottle is very strongly floral - but not instantly detectable as bergamot - or bluebell for that matter. You do have to bear in mind that this is a concentrated fabric conditioner however and as such you are not going to get a really good idea of how this will smell until after your washing machine has finished washing clothes dosed with this product.
I have been using this softener every day and in every load for the past week and have to say that I was a bit dubious even when I picked this up in the shop to try about how "intense" the fragrance is. My doubts weren't due to any lack of intensity - more by the sheer power of an indeterminably floral aroma which emanates from the bottle when you open it.
I had to remind myself however that the Morning Fresh products have been a bit of a letdown in the fragrance stakes so hopefully the pungency of the fragrance would be a good sign.
I have to admit at this juncture that I have been using a full cap every time I have used this product. That's probably more by habit than anything else and I haven't really got an excuse because unlike the Morning Fresh fabric conditioner, the correct doses are measured inside the cap with 18ml marked for handwashing along with a clear line showing 35 ml. The cap capacity is 55ml.
When I opened the washing machine after using this for the first time I was delighted to be met with a more recognisable aroma of bluebells and while the bergamot isn't as obvious as I would have liked, you can still pick it up. The overall fragrance is one of the bluebell wood where I used to play as a child and I have to say I really like it.
I have been very happy with the softness of my laundry too, with towels coming out noticeably softer. I've also found it seems to make ironing a little easier too.
The aroma seems to linger on the clothes too - and certainly when I am drying clothes indoors you can pick up the fragrance indoors as it dries. The fragrance doesn't hang about on the clothes so much if they are dried outdoors and as such I am minded to stick to using the cheaper Morning Fresh product on days when the sun shines and keep this one purely for when I need to dry indoors.
The floral fragrance might be a bit too feminine for some men too - I live in an all girl household so it's not an issue here but I can't imagine my husband would have liked this one at all!
Comfort do claim this product has an intense fragrance and I really cannot disagree with that. However it's perhaps a little too intense before it is diluted and I wouldn't recommend you leave the bottle open for long otherwise the scent does become a little overpowering. It's fine once it's been diluted in the washing machine.
I have been a bit concerned that because the aroma is so strong that this might irritate the skin but there have been no problems. I do my mother's laundry as well as my own and she has eczema and other skin problems but this hasn't caused any of these problems to flare up.
It is also expensive - especially if you use a full cap - but at the end of the day I can't argue with a fabric conditioner which softens so well and also fragrances clothes so well. Just don't expect the aroma to linger if you line dry outdoors however - this is one for days when that's impossible.
In my house I do a lot of washing and I really like it to smell nice so I tend to buy a more expensive fabric conditioner, at the moment I am using Comfort Exhilarations in Wild Bluebell and Bergamot Thrill. The exhilarations range is available in four different fragrances the one above plus Strawberry and lily Kisses, Melon and Lotus Flower and Blueberry and Jasmine Twist. There are two different sized bottles, 21 wash and 42 wash, the 21 wash bottle currently sells in Asda for £2 and the 42 wash bottle for £3.86 which I don't think is a great saving and more of a pain as it is such a big bottle it will only fit in one spot under my sink.
The bottles are all very brightly coloured, this one is coloured bright blue and has pictures of flowers floating around on the bottle, the bottles are certainly attractive all stood together on the supermarket shelves. The bottle is curved upover so that the bottom is much wider than the top but the neck of the bottle is also shaped to allow easy use and then there is a screw on cap which hides a pour dispnser underneath. This bottle also has the great value 42 wash written across on a yellow banner and the name and fragrance of the product written on the front.
On the rear of the bottle is all of the information you should need, there is a statement about the product basically telling you it is good for the environment as it is a concentrated product it means 50% less packaging. You are provided with a few ingredients but it states along with others, the ones that are declared on the bottle are catonic surfactants, perfume, limonene and benzisothiazolinone. The other information is the dosages, you are given three different dosages for 6-7kg, 4-5kg and if handwashing although I would never think to use a fabric softenener if I was handwashing. These bottles I think are quite misleading as I personally think that most people just think that one capful is what is needed in each wash which actually isn't the case most the time, I personally use about ¾ of a capful even though our machine is a bigger one.
The smell of this product is lovely and you can smell it as soon as you open the bottle, I think it smells flowery yet sweet at the same time. The product is easy to use as it is simply pouring the correct dose into the machine although getting the right dose can be a little more difficult with the bigger bottle as it is so heavy when it is full. When you open your machine after using this the smell is instant and when drying clothes around the house it leaves a lovely fragrance however if you dry your clothes in a dryer the clothers seem to lose the fragrance pretty quickly. I love this product and most in this range as they smell divine however I do stock up when I see them on offer which is actually quite often especially in Asdas cleaning events that are often running.
As readers of my reviews will know I dont write about products like this very often at all - let alone suggest them to Dooyoo so you know it is either a fantastic product or a really rubbish one for me to do that. Thankfully this "Comfort Exhilarations Fabric Conditioner Bluebell & Bergamot" falls into the first category and I couldnt wait to write about it because it is a fantastic product and now something I dont like being without a bottle of. My mom is always buying different fabric conditioners and we probably have about 10 bottles sitting under the sink at the moment but recently the Comfort Exhilarations range has become a firm favourite with everyone in the house and even though they all smell amazing this one - which happens to be the newest scent in the range - has got be be my favourite!
Price: 750ml bottle - 2.20 1.5L bottle - Around 4.00
Stockists: Any supermarket.
Other Info: A 1.5L bottle is said to eb enough for 42 loads of washing & one capfull each time you want to use this is MORE than enough so one bottle will last a proper long time!
This product comes in a large, bright blue bottle which if nothing else is sure to capture your attention in the supermarket. There is the usual screw off cap at the top which is used to measure the liquid and any details you may need about the product such as: other scents, address, website and warnings can be found on the back.
Now I know people tend to use fabric softeners in 2 ways, either: pour the capful into the little draw on your washing machine or pour it directly onto your clothes while they are in the drum. Now this one actually says not to do it the second way but Ive tried it both ways and I think it is just as effective either way and dont worry this will not stain your clothes or anything like that! One capful is more than enough to make all your clothes smell really amazing though so I doubt you would need any more than that regardless of how big the washing load is.
Now I assumed this was going to smell horrible before I used it in all honesty. Im not keen on the scent of bergamot usually and in this case mixed the bluebell I just didnt think they would mix well but I was wrong. Also dont expect this to be a floral scent either because again it isnt really at all - it does have very light floral notes but nothing to major. This to me smells more fruity than anything and reminds me of Hubba Bubba chewing gum I used to have as a kid and it makes all your clothes smell really fresh and fruity but best of all proper clean.
This makes the whole house smell gorgeous whenever we've used it and Ive been washing all my bed sheets practically every other day just so they smell of this! It's definitely my favourite from the range and my clothes smell and feel dead clean after Ive used this so I highly recommend it. One bottle will last you a proper long time and this is something I will no longer be without!
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