The All brand of laundry products has added fabric softener dryer sheets to their "Free Clear" line, offering another choice in sensitive skin laundry softener at a lower price point than most other brands.
Sun Products Corporation provided me with a sample package of All Free Clear fabric softener dryer sheets in return for an honest review.
While testing the All Free Clear dryer sheets, I used my regular top-loading washing machine, liquid laundry detergent, stain pre-treatment and chlorine bleach in white loads.
I often use liquid fabric softener rather than dryer sheets, but I was pleasantly surprised at the soft and static-free condition of my laundry when using the All Free Clear dryer sheets. My clothes came out of the dryer smelling fresh and clean with that delightful feeling of no static electricity crackling. Plus, I liked the convenience of throwing in a dryer sheet rather than measuring out the right amount of liquid fabric softener.
A potential disadvantage of using liquid fabric softener is that accidental drips can leave greasy marks on clothing, and you can easily dribble liquid softener while measuring, even without realizing it.
You can find All Free Clear dryer sheets at most major retailers. You can pick up a pack of 120 All Free Clear dryer sheets from Walmart for about $4, which comes out to roughly 3.3 cents a load. For comparison, Bounce Free & Sensitive brand dryer sheets cost about 4.8 cents a load.
Using dryer sheets instead of liquid fabric softener can save you significant money, especially if you choose a lower cost brand such as All, and watch for sales and coupons. All frequently offers coupons for their products in Sunday newspapers.
If someone in your household has sensitive skin or allergies, or you just prefer using laundry products without dyes or perfumes, All Free Clear dryer sheets will soften your laundry and keep it static free without the measuring, mess or expense of liquid fabric softener.
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