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Your age has nothing to do with this but either your parents didn't use this or they didn't prepare you to do your own laundry. Secondly, there is a full product description that explains what this is. Lastly, It's a fabric softener which most machines have a slot for during the rinse cycle. It makes your clothes s… see more Your age has nothing to do with this but either your parents didn't use this or they didn't prepare you to do your own laundry. Secondly, there is a full product description that explains what this is. Lastly, It's a fabric softener which most machines have a slot for during the rinse cycle. It makes your clothes soft and non clingy and smell great. see less Your age has nothing to do with this but either your parents didn't use this or they didn't prepare you to do your own laundry. Secondly, there is a full product description that explains what this is. Lastly, It's a fabric softener which most machines have a slot for during the rinse cycle. It makes your clothes soft and non clingy and smell great.
kami kritzberger
· May 10, 2019
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I feel it's better. I've always been pleased with the scent
Amazon Customer
· February 12, 2019
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51oz
Cindy Colon-Gariba
· June 12, 2019
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The bottle states 51 fl. oz., but if you look at the bottle at just the right angle, you can see it's not filled all the way up...so I'd say they go strictly by weight.
v w fork
· September 25, 2018
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Yes
Chris Frazier
· June 12, 2019
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No. Fabric softeners are not septic friendly o safe. They have the same affect as basically putting oil down the drain into the septic tank.
Erin Fenimore
· August 25, 2019
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51 oz
Jay
· January 9, 2019
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Yes
Tl
· July 7, 2019
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The manufacturer does not list them and for good reason. You will find the term "cationic surfactant softeners" listed as being on the product back label and with it that (some of} the chemicals involved are biodegradable. This is quite true. What is also true is that certain fabrics, like fleece or terrycloth can burn… see more The manufacturer does not list them and for good reason. You will find the term "cationic surfactant softeners" listed as being on the product back label and with it that (some of} the chemicals involved are biodegradable. This is quite true. What is also true is that certain fabrics, like fleece or terrycloth can burn up to 5 times faster when exposed to this class of ingredients, so note the flammability warning also included in the product use instructions. In addition some people may be allergic to some classes of cationic surfactant, though with Downy I have not personally experienced this event.

Anyway, there are safer alternatives that might be of help. baking soda or 1/2 cup of white vinegar per load washed. Synthetic fabrics may be resistant and require separate washing and drying from natural fiber based clothing. When possible air dry synthetics.

For more information contact the manufacturer and request their chemical hazards data information which they are required to have on hand for the manufacture of their solvents, soaps or any chemical products known to have some chemical irritant effects on human beings. see less
The manufacturer does not list them and for good reason. You will find the term "cationic surfactant softeners" listed as being on the product back label and with it that (some of} the chemicals involved are biodegradable. This is quite true. What is also true is that certain fabrics, like fleece or terrycloth can burn up to 5 times faster when exposed to this class of ingredients, so note the flammability warning also included in the product use instructions. In addition some people may be allergic to some classes of cationic surfactant, though with Downy I have not personally experienced this event.

Anyway, there are safer alternatives that might be of help. baking soda or 1/2 cup of white vinegar per load washed. Synthetic fabrics may be resistant and require separate washing and drying from natural fiber based clothing. When possible air dry synthetics.

For more information contact the manufacturer and request their chemical hazards data information which they are required to have on hand for the manufacture of their solvents, soaps or any chemical products known to have some chemical irritant effects on human beings.

Tested and evaluated
· June 17, 2019
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I don’t know I have never canceled a delivery. Sorry.
Beatris Perez
· September 2, 2019