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By backtothelaundrettethen - / Monday 3 December 2012 11:40 / Germany
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By  DocBastard  |  47

So you thought you'd mask the scent of something you don't like with something else? Are you the same guy who hangs 17 pine tree deodorants from your rear-view mirror to cover up the scent of the dead body in your trunk?

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  pradip  |  19

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  pradip  |  19

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  the_smart_way  |  19

Note that OP bought fabric softener, I'm no laundry expert here but as a guess, you use detergent as well as softener. A posh softener probably smells quite nice but might not have the full cleansing prowess of the detergent, thus the need to mix.

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  Enslaved  |  30

Personal, I hate the smell of Gain. Especially, that mango/apple one. To me it smells of rotten fruit. **since the OP is masking smells, now is the time for her to Febreze her clean clothes. (:

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  Sonfang  |  30

Arm and hammer, no scent, no dye for sensitive skin is the way for me! There is no smells to over power your nose, no dye to irritate the skin!

By  Pleonasm  |  47

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  Pleonasm  |  47

36- what on earth are you talking about? I made no references here. 39- in your opinion. Or do you just base the quality of my comments by the way it is thumbed? Because I can tell you that I am commenting just as I used to, the variable is the thumbs attributed to my comments.

By  RealTalk0  |  18

Okay..why would you mix them if one has a bad smell, and how did it take you two weeks to realize that the combination of the two smells worse? This is unusual.

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  jelly713  |  18

It didn't take 2 weeks for her to notice. It was 2 weeks of dirty clothes that she decided to wash with the detergent & new fabric softener. She barely found out after washing the load.

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