Begin your laundry day by sorting clothes and linens. Check for stains and items left in pockets (candy wrappers, lunch tickets, coins, etc.). Next, select the right water temperature. Use HOT water for whites, colorfast pastels and light prints. Use WARM water for permanent press clothes and jeans. COLD water works best for bright colors and fabrics that tend to fade. Then add Laundry Detergent: 1/2 capful for an ordinary load, 3/4 capful for an extra-large or particularly filthy load of clothing. Don't worry, it's easy!
Simply use ½ capful in the rinse cycle to add a nice fragrance to your clothes, make them fluffy and soft, reduce unsightly static cling, and best of all, make your ironing easier. So nice.
How do you reduce static and add a wonderful fresh scent to your clothes? Open this box. Pull out a single dryer sheet. Tear apart at perforation to reduce risk of blocking dryer vents and toss into the dryer with your wet clothes. Turn the dryer on. Sit down. Relax. Tumble clothes until dry. It couldn't get any easier