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Asda Midnight Gold Fabric Softener

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Brand: Asda / Type: Fabric Softener / Category: Laundry

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      16.09.2011 07:54
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      A nice conditioner.

      I am always on the lookout for the next bargain to be found, especially on the dearer branded items such as washing detergents, things that you have to have, but refuse to pay through the nose for!

      After such a search, I found that for a change the washing detergent was on offer, but the fabric softener wasn't, so had to start looking within the Asda own branded range for substitutes.

      That particular week Asda had launched it's own range of fabric softeners, which were (luckily for me!) all on offer, at £1.00 for a 735ml bottle!

      After having a little look through I decided on the one I wanted (to go with the other four already in the trolley! Lol!), and decided on the "midnight gold", more for the fact that it contains the scent of night blooming jasmine, one of my mothers self confessed favourite scents, so decided to try it!

      The bottle itself is considerably smaller in size than many of it's better branded counterparts, but still contains approximately 21 washes worth of conditioner.

      There is all the basic information to be found on the bottle, do's don'ts and properties, but the proof is of course in the pudding!

      As always I slightly under dose my loads of washing, as most of the time I use quite strongly scented washing detergents, so don't always need much more addition scent wise.

      For a dose it states that for larger loads a cap and a half full is required, for normal loads capful and for hand washing half a cap is sufficient, but at no time should neat conditioner be used on the clothes, it should always be diluted down before use.

      As I said I always slightly under dose, so almost filled the cap up, adding to the draw in my machine ready for the rinse part of the cycle to kick in.

      The liquid at this point is a lovely pale lemon colour, and has a lovely musky floral scent to it, it is not over powering (even in it's undiluted stage), but actually smells more like perfume than fabric softener.

      Once washed, my laundry still holds some of the scent, though of course not as strong, but still detectable enough.

      Once dried my washing is lovely and soft, even line dried with the scent being there in the background, though if tumble dried the scent seems to be much stronger, filling my kitchen with a lovely smell!

      This is a lovely conditioner that I do still use, and would recommend!

      For more information visit - www.asda.co.uk

      Thanks for reading x

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