“ Brand: Comfort / Type: Fabric Conditioner / Category: Laundry „
I had never seen this in any supermarket, but seem to remember the fragrance. I found this in Poundland, so think that this used to be out in the normal shops and now found in places such as Poundland. I don't mind to go into Poundland and get cheap bargains like this. Often you can find old but nice scents and I find that you get a lot of the older Impulse sprays in here as well. This cost £1 for the 750ml bottle. Although you can get this size in Supermarkets sometimes for this special offer price, the normal price is around £1.60 or that bit more. This is in the usual rectangular shaped bottle. It seems to be thick enough plastic with a shiny label wrapped arounf the bottle. The main colouring on here is green which I would have guessed from the Pear scent. The lid doubles up as the measuring part, which is ok and at least you shouldn't lose it. This bottle gives an average of 21 washes. Have never counted the washes, but this is based on an average washing load. Most of our washing is done when it is a full load so 1 full capful does this amount. This is a good amount for softening and a nice gentle scent. How does this smell? It is a nice scent but not the nicest scent I have smelt in the Comfort range. You can smell the Juicy Pears in here and a sort of gritty kind of eathy scent as well which I would guess is the Ginko scent. I think the 2 scents make a nice contrast, but I think the PEar is nicer than the other scent. I can see why this isn't available as readily as the other scents out there, as there is so much more nicer ones, but I suppose if you like the scent of Pear then this would be ideal for you. Nice enough, but just not for me.
I love anything that makes my washing smell fresh. I stick with the same brand for a while then get bored with the frangrance and try something new. Usually I look for a nice looking one on special offer. This week a little bottle caught my eye, the green coloured bottle stood out on the shelf. As I took a closer look I was surprised to see this little 750ml bottle claims to last for 21 washes. Not bad, I thought but would it pass the ever important smell test. I cannot buy anything like this without having a sniff before buying. Well the smell was very fresh and summery. So I popped my little bottle into my trolley. I think that these little 750ml bottles are so much easier than the huge unconcentrated ones. As I said this really is a small bottle, its transparent so the green conditioner is what you see. So time to see if this lives up to my expectations. One little cap in the machine and let it do its thing. Well the first thing I noticed when I opened the washing machine was very strong fresh smell. I can only describe it as fresh and really clean but not overpowering.Still early days though, will I be able to smell it when it has been line dried or tumble dried. The answer is yes to both. My washing smells really clean and fresh, I can't honestly say that I was blown away with the aroma of Wild pear and Ginkgo it just smells fresh. The clothes that were line dried were quite soft and the tumble dried things were very very soft. Comfort also claims that this has * fresh release technology *that gives you a burst of freshness when ever you move. I must say that the smell really does last, the towels I washed still smell really nice after 2 days use. My works clothes still smell nice at the end of a long hot day. I paid £1.00 for this in Morrisons but I think the RRP is £1.59. I would pay full price. Comfort is made by Unilever, the same company that makes Surf washing powder, Signal and close up toothpaste, Sunsilk, Dove, Cif , Domestos to name but a few. Unilever have a website for product information and faq's which is www.unilever.com.
750ml / Fabric conditioner.