About this product
This fabric softener from Method will leave your socks so soft and fragrant that you’ll be reaching down to stroke your toes. This has naturally derived softening agents that will gently hug your fabrics to remove that static and clinginess. Not only does this soften your clothes but it also leaves you with the sweet floral fragrance of jasmine, cyclamen and violet. This bottle contains 45 washes.
- Pour into softener dispenser of machine drawer
- Leave to work its magic
- Always check the care label
- Not suitable for certain fabrics such as silk or breathable sports fabrics
Safe for people and the environment
All of Method’s ingredients are comprehensively assessed by a leading research firm to ensure their safety for people and the environment. Please contact Method if you’d like more details on an ingredient, or visit MBDC to read more about the assessment process.
Did you know
An ancient myth for the origin of the violet comes from ancient Greece. It is said that Zeus was embarking on one of his many love affairs with Io, the daughter of the river god Inachus and Oceanid nymph Melia. One day, at Zeus and Io’s favourite “trysting place”, Zeus heard his suspicious wife Hera approaching (source, p192). In order to save his skin, he then turned Io into a white heifer (cow). Hera, understandly having trust issues, then asked Zeus to give her the animal as a gift. Zeus did not refuse.
Hera goes on to give the heifer Io a life of torment, causing a gadfly to chase her over much of the world. Zeus, helplessly watched on as his wife tormented his mistress, attempted to bring some comfort to Io by causing beautiful violets to spring up for her to feed on whereever she wandered instead of coarse grass (source, p192).
If you were concerned on the fate of poor Io, fear not, fortunately the god Mercury intervened to help Io and she was then allowed to return home to her parents. That being said, although Io’s torment was over, the violet continued to grow (source, p192).