Method's plant-based, dryer-activated fabric softener spray is like a fabric softener and dryer sheet in one. The ultra-concentrated, hypoallergenic formula with smartsoft technology® softens fabric, reduces static + leaves clothes smelling fresh. All with no waste. How ‘bout that?
Ingredients: water (aqua), dicocoylethyl hydroxyethylmonium methosulfate, propanediol, glycol distearate, glyceryl oleate*/stearate, propylene glycol, cocamidopropylamine oxide, phenoxyethanol, calcium chloride, methylisothiazolinone, fragrance oil blend
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Liz: a few months ago
Absolutely love this product. I've come to Well.ca to repurchase it after buying it locally and trying it out. The smell is absolutely perfect; 4-5 sprays on a medium to large sized load of laundry and every piece of clothing in there comes out smelling fantastic. I particularly love the scent on my towels, as it lingers on them a bit longer than clothes. Super satisfied with this product. The only improvement I would ask Method to make is to the nozzle on the bottle. I found it clogged and I could not un-clog it (white vinegar, hot water soak, etc.) no matter what I tried, so I have had to put the product into a different spray bottle. Please fix this packaging issue, Method, but don't change the actual product inside!!!
Dani: a few months ago
Love this scent for my towels because this scent is fresh, like clothes line dried. My big problem with this product however is that the spray nozzle quits working on many of these bottles. I would suggest that anyone who likes this form of fabric softener to keep an old bottle around because the chances that a bottle will not work is really good. This is disappointing and should be fixed by well asap.
Sarah: about a year ago
I think this product is utterly useless. It smelled very nice, but it does NOT remove static from the load. I've been using dryer balls lately but missed having my clothes and towels have that 'dryer sheet' perfume. Dryer balls don't remove all the static all the time, but they're a more sustainable option so you can forgive a little static with fleece hoodies, for example. The first load of laundry I dried with this product was a big ball of static. It was shocking, particularly because there weren't any fleece garments or other high-static producing fabrics. I had used the recommended amount of product so the second load of laundry I put through I used double the amount. This batch of clothes was full of static, too. I'm going to use the rest of the bottle in conjunction with my dryer balls so that it isn't wasted - as I mentioned, it smells nice - but if you're looking for static control in a fabric softener, do not buy this product.
Sharon: more than a year ago
I have purchased this product twice but wish I had read the reviews ahead of time. I used over half the first bottle before the sprayer clogged. After being unable to get it working again, I bought another bottle hoping I just had a faulty sprayer. The sprayer on the 2nd bottle lasted about 4 loads and is also clogged. I've tried soaking in hot water but its still broken. What am I supposed to do with the leftovers? I love the idea behind this product but do not think it should be sold until this clearly ongoing issue is resolved.
Pat: more than a year ago
I've only used it a few times, but I think it smells and works great. I find that I have to spray once on top, then flip everything over in the dryer and spray again on the other side to avoid static; which also probably avoids the intense smells that others have mentioned by avoiding concentrating it all in one spot. Pretty minor I think.