Advantages Lenor makes such a difference to the feel of your laundry.
Disadvantages There are none really.
|Value for Money||Good value|
|Do you need to use much for each clean?||The suggested amount produces best results|
|Irritable to skin?||Gentle|
|Longlasting effects?||Average results|
During the Summer months I tend to use a little less fabric conditioner that I would maybe use throughout the Autumn/Winter months. If all goes to plant then I like to line dry as much of my washing as I possibly can, as it blows in the wind it seems to pick up that natural freshness and it smells good.
On the otherhand if the laundry has to be tumble-dried then it is good to use some fabric conditioner in the washing process, it helps to soften the fabric and it adds a special fragrance that may be artificially produced but never the less it is good too.
Lenor is among one of my favourites and I have really taken to the Lenor Burst of Sunshine, it has a really zingy fresh smell that is very appealing.
But the Lenor Spring Awakening concentrate fabric conditioner was being offered at a very competitive price at my local Wilkinson's store last week , so I decided to give it a whirl.
The Lenor fabric softener may be concentated but it is not a thick liquid and as you pour it out of the recyclable plastic bottle and into the allocated dispenser in the washing machine you need to get your aim straight to avoid spillage.
The liquid is strongly perfumed, it is very hard to describe the fragrance but I would say that it is a good mixture of sweet florals.
Once the laundry has been through the tumble dryer it comes out unbelievably soft and if you start to fold the laundry as soon as it is taken out of the drum then a lot of it will be fine without ever seeing an iron.
The Lenor fabric conditioner leaves the woollens feeling really soft and very fragrant. I love my underwear to smell fresh and when it comes to bedding there is nothing better than getting into clean soft scented sheets.
I admire the Lenor packaging theory, the recyclable bottles contain concentated liquid that takes up far less space ( in fact 70% less space ) therefore it costs less to transport. Transportation pollutes the environment and heightens our CO2 emissions so less transporting cuts back on both of these problems.Lenor is produced by Proctor and Gamble in Surrey. Lenor have a comprehensive website that you can refer to, the website is easy to locate and easy to navigate.
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