Much to my husband’s dismay, I love to shop.
No trip to the store is complete unless I have at least one new piece of clothing in my bag.
So how do I protect those clothes I spend fortunes on?
Not only do they leave my clothes smelling softer than a parade of velvet bunnies, they come out of the wash so fresh and so clean.
But the method laundry products also protect the environment. The bottles are made out of plastic that can be recycled unlike those nasty dryer sheets that are often made out of polyethylene or polyester, meaning that they can’t be composted or recycled after use.
Did you know that most dryer sheets are made using animal fat in the form of tallow for softening? Nasty, huh? Method’s dryer spray uses coconut oil to help your clothes stay soft.
Yes, I said dryer spray. That’s right. Method came out with a fabric softener that is a spray. Not a sheet. 4 sprays and bam, you’re done.
The smells are delicious for laundry. Fresh air and lavender lilac. Sometimes, the spray gets on fingers a little bit and for hours after I get little whiffs of the fragrance. It kind of makes me happy I have to do the laundry.
Once the clothes are dried, no need to find that stupid dryer sheet that may or may not be stuck to your clothes as you walk out the door (not that I’ve ever had that happen to me).
Plus, you can refresh your favorite jeans by throwing them in the dryer for 15 minutes with a few sprays of the fabric softener instead of having to wash them and get them to stretch back out to that non-muffin top comfy spot. You know that spot I’m talking about.
And the environment is happy from the spray instead of the sheet because it’s one less thing to clutter the landfills.
Awesome, right? Just say yes. You know I’m right.
So, now I can continue to shop for new clothes knowing method’s got my back when I do the laundry.
Who’s in for a trip to the mall? I’ll bring the fabric spray.
Note…I was provided with some of the above method products and I will receive compensation for this post as a method maven but all opinions are my own along with many of the goofy pictures and my new found love for doing the laundry.