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Old 11-01-2018, 09:50 PM   #21
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Good shout on the softer Brian 1612,its a niggle though,but no signs of it.Both Rian and i did look.Baby washing kit and no softer seems odd.
SO FAR,
After the wash and fast spin. I have given them a realy good shake out to get the shape ,Nap and pile back.Holding the corners i have given them all a good shake,turn and repeat with all sides.The pile and nap have returned well.No smell,no hint of perfume or products,no wax smells,no detailing spray smells,no wash fluid smell at all on the Microfibers.The drying towels look rejuvenated. I wouldn't usually mix cloths,microfibers and drying towels in a wash.
They are still damp yet though.I dont tumble dry. I Air dry on a Radiator Maiden[not a hot rad,just warm] i find does a good job usually or in the airing cubard.I shall report back when they are dry.
So far i have done the same as i usually would when washing[apart from mixing microfibers and towels as explained earlier],but replaced the Branded specialist cleaner fluid with the Boots liquid .
They look great ,feel soft,and look fluffy.
Back In The Day

I remember my mum pegging outside.Washed Towelling Baby's Nappies.Left them out overnight if a good FROST was forcast. Used Soap from the Pitt[coal miners perk]or Fairy non bio to wash them in.All Baby's Nappy's used to come from the Pitts back then.Before the days of Indestructible,drain blocking,none flammable, disposable ones that we have today. The frost made them Softer she used to say.

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Old 11-01-2018, 10:02 PM   #22
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We can all sleep Tonight

I did a copy and paste from Boots reviews.They are asking for the SOFTNER to be put back in.

★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5 out of 5 stars.

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· 7 months ago
Fantastic affordable product
This is such a great product and it doesn't cost a fortune. My baby has very dry skin so we decided to use perfume free detergents - love it!. Please bring back the fabric softener

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★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5 out of 5 stars.

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· 7 months ago
Sensitive fabric softner
Like others with sensitive skin and hypersensitivity to perfumes and some chemicals, I rely upon Boots sensitive skin washing products. Why have you stopped manufacturing / selling the fabric softener???? Please, please bring it back!

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I would recommend this product.

Read more at http://www.boots.com/boots-sensitive...tcTsU9X3UkS.99

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Old 12-01-2018, 12:51 PM   #23
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Now the wash is dry and fluffy.Very very slight,faint, pleasant odour.They are soft,but not like Comfort soft at all,just nice.The Nap,pile and shape are excellent.Washed clean and they did have the odd stubborn stain.The Towels Look much better and they are old ones i thought would be perfect to test the liquid on.
I pay good money for quality Microfibers as we all do,so i like to look after them.I have to say i am converted.I will also be going out buying more liquid before everyone starts buying it and the price goes up.Like the cost of quality Microfibers have recently.
Also worth noting,its realy good for folks with sensitive skin like me....Bonus.
Thanks once more to Rian for posting his hidden gem.Makes this forum CLASS.

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Old 12-01-2018, 01:04 PM   #24
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How much of the boots detergent do you use? It says 16 washes in the front, do you use 1/16th of a liter bottle (60ish ml)?

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Old 12-01-2018, 01:56 PM   #25
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The instructions say 1 capful (30ml) for normal and two (60ml) for heavy soling, so that’d be about right.
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Excellent. Going to pick some of this up right now

Thanks for the info guys!
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