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Smelly washing powder virgin needing guidance please

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YouLukaAmazing Tue 09-Jun-09 19:23:34

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Sidge Tue 09-Jun-09 19:25:41

I like Persil for the lovely laundry smell. Also Comfort blue softener, and the Tesco green one.

(No doubt not remotely eco friendly but it gets the clothes amazingly clean and they smell lovely too.)

YouLukaAmazing Tue 09-Jun-09 19:31:13

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GoodWitchGlinda Wed 10-Jun-09 09:32:41

I like the Persil smell too, and it lasts for AGES smile

YouLukaAmazing Wed 10-Jun-09 12:22:22

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GoodWitchGlinda Wed 10-Jun-09 12:26:15

I use the non-bio. Regularly enjoy sniffing my sleeves while sitting at my desk blush

YouLukaAmazing Wed 10-Jun-09 12:28:45

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GoodWitchGlinda Wed 10-Jun-09 12:32:13

Well, my LO is 2.3 and she gets a few grass stains but not as much as older ones might. I use a blob of Ace bleach on tougher stains - that smells gorgeous too! haha sorry, your shopping bill is creeping up wink

But I would guess that the fragrance is similar with other types of persil, so you will probably get the same sleeve-sniffing loveliness with a 'stronger' one smile

YouLukaAmazing Wed 10-Jun-09 12:38:10

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LovingTheRain Wed 10-Jun-09 21:23:25

fairy non-bio powder smells amazing too!! grin

Tiredmumno1 Fri 12-Jun-09 16:00:49

Yeah persil non bio + fairy, love em both :-D

moaningminnie2020 Fri 12-Jun-09 20:58:05

persil non bio liquid smells lovely, and often on offer somewhere, think it works out cheaper than tablets too.

shivster1980 Sun 14-Jun-09 20:36:44

I am a persil non bio and comfort pure girl and I love the smell. My DS is 3 and we was on 30 most things and it still gets rid of the marks. I am sure if I used a hotter wash I wouldn't need to soak the scary stains (passata being one) first.

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