Product Type: Comfort household products
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Fresh and Soft
Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies
Member Name: -michelle-
Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies
Advantages: Makes washing smell lovely and feel soft
Disadvantages: A little expensive
As far as fabric conditioner's go I like to use either Comfort or Lenor, I think they are both as nice as each other and so I will buy one or the other for softening my clothes in the wash.
~Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies~
Presently I am using Comfort Concentrate Blue, It has a delightful fragrance which to me smells a bit like bubble gum. the color of the liquid is a lovely sky blue which although appears quite thick, is in actual fact a much thinner substance than you think. As it is concentrated the bottle is smaller, so less packaging making it easier to store at home. I buy the 1.5 litre bottle and it sits very nicely in the cupboard under the kitchen sink. The bottle is transparent so I can see how much liquid I have left in the bottle, the lid is blue which is also used for dispensing the liquid into the washing machine drawer. I usually use a cap full of liquid per wash and this washes my clothes well enough. The smell of the Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies is very strong, as I pour the liquid from the cap to the washing machine drawer I get a very strong smell of bubblegum freshness, it's a wonderful smell which I continue to smell once my washing machine has finished it's cycle and I open the door. My clothes also smell lovely and do indeed feel nice and soft. When I hang my clothes on the washing line I can still smell the wonderful aroma as they dry. Once dry, my clothes feel soft and smell lovely.
The bottle states you get 42 washes from this 1.5 litre bottle of Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies, I've never actually counted how many washes I do get out of a bottle but I seem to get quite a few. On the back of the bottle there is a usage chart for different size loads and a hand washing guide as well. It does say that you shouldn't pour this liquid directly onto fabrics and that the bottle should be stored between 5 and 25 degrees celcius. The bottle can be recycled after use.
As with all products such as these, this bottle of Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies should be kept out of the reach of children. As for skin irritations from this product I have to say I have suffered none at all if and when the liquid touches my skin directly. The liquid is soft and gentle and hasn't caused me any reason for concern.
There is a list of a few of the ingredients written on the back of the bottle but If I was concerned about anything this product contained, personally I would check out the website to find out more so I guess you would do the same.
The 1.5 litre bottle I buy, costs me around £4.00 from Tesco, I think it's quite expensive really but then you get what you pay for and I guess I get the result I want from using this product so I shouldn't complain.
This Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies is recommended by Persil and Surf and also by me, so 5 stars for Comfort Concentrate Blue Skies.
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Summary: A lovely fresh smelling fabric conditioner