The first time I made a sweater it was the second project I knit (I'm lucky it didn't turn me off knitting for good!). It's this huge turtle neck that looks okay but doesn't fit right, at the same time whenever it's super cold I slip right into it and I'm warm (it's 100 % wool and tightly knit). I've needed to wash it since this winter (don't worry, it's not like I'm wearing it now) and this wash with tea tree oil will get it clean, and kill allergens and bacteria.
If you use fabric softener, then the 'Crème' line of Snuggle fabric softener is a great way to go. Firstly, it's concentrated so rather than a bulky bottle of watered down softener, you get a more compact bottle of creamy con... If you use fabric softener, then the 'Crème' line of Snuggle fabric softener is a great way to go. Firstly, it's concentrated so rather than a bulky bottle of watered down softener, you get a more compact bottle of creamy conditioning softener. It goes without saying that the product does what it's intended to do, leaving your laundry nice and soft. The concentrated formula will do the trick, conditioning your laundry even if you have 'hard' water-- AND-- if you have softer water, you'll be pleased because you'll find it softens without leaving that horrible sticky or slick film on your laundry as some other brands do. The line of Crème softeners come in other fragrances (a good friend of mine swears by the Jojoba one), but the Sweet Almond Essence is my own favorite... we're talking serious product loyalty here. It smells DELICIOUS, but isn't an overpowering fragrance like some of the scents found with other softeners. Please try it, because should Snuggle ever discontinue it, I will be very, very sad.