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Method Dryer Spray: A Story of Mother Daughter Laundry Love

Monday is laundry day at the Ginocchio house. It starts early and goes for most of the day. In my book, this chore totally counts as legitimate learning time for my toddler, Sloane. There are colors, textures, temperatures and scents involved, and I always crack up every time I hear her belting out the teamwork song from The Wonder Pets as we sort and fold. However, our laundry bonding just got even better with the newest addition to our laundry routine, the Method Dryer Activated Fabric Softener Spray. Buh-bye funky old dryer sheets. Hello new laundry love. See us in action…

I liked the idea of ditching the stiff dryer sheets from the get-go, and you can see how easy the spray is to use since my 2-year-old has it nailed down. Just four little sprays right on wet clothes is all it takes for a full load, and because it’s plant based, I feel comfortable letting Sloane spray it herself (under my supervision, of course). Since it’s a Method product, you can trust that it’s safe for the whole family and better for the environment too. The fresh air scent is crisp and clean, as laundry should smell, and the clothes come out soft but not overly wilted like they did with my old dryer sheets. Not to mention that each bottle is equivalent to 100 dryer sheets. Home run, method laundry peeps—thanks!

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  • http://projectnursery.com/ Melisa Fluhr

    “What’s gonna work…Teeeamwork!” You got it stuck in my head now, thanks. I too LOVE this stuff.

  • airconditioned

    Wow, I never thought of making laundry day a bonding day with my girl. Thanks for the idea.

  • Lisapeck

    It’s lovely how you have these activities to share with your daughter. I just wished that my 4-year-old can help me out rather than just running around the house.

  • Tasha Cune

    I have a five-year-old and I really want to teach her some basic household chores by letting her help me. I just didn’t know which chore it would be. After reading this post, maybe it would be doing the laundry. I can ask her to help me sort out clothes according to colors, and then she can help me measure the laundry detergent.

  • Faye Pearson

    I want to try this one. I love Method products and I have a feeling I will fall in love with how this spray smells.

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