Can you use Downy Unstopables as laundry detergent?

A: Simply shake as many Unstopables beads as you like into the cap, and then toss into the drum of your washer before adding clothes or your usual laundry detergent. Add your clothes, and then enjoy the fresh scent from wash until wear.

Are scent boosters the same as detergent?

Laundry scent boosters are designed to be used with laundry detergent. Scent booster beads and pods dissolve into the water to add a fragrance to clothing and linens that will last longer and be stronger than what you’d achieve with detergent alone.

What can you use Downy Unstopables for?

You can keep your favorite Unstopables scents filling the whole house even if you haven’t done a load of laundry in weeks by simply tucking away a small sachet of Unstopables beads into your linen closet or dresser drawers. Or, if you want luxurious fresh scents to-go, you can even put a sachet in your car.

Do Downy Unstopables clog washer?

Yes!!! Downy Unstoppables WILL clog washer drains causing clothes to not come clean. It also clogs sewer lines having to commercially clean out.

Do Downy Unstopables go in with clothes?

Yes, Downy Unstopables are safe for washers.

They are safe for your clothes and don’t cause any harm to your washer. Downy Unstopables simply mix with the water in the washer along with the detergent and mixes up with your clothes in the washer.

Does Downy make laundry detergent?

If you want laundry that stays fresh all day, add Downy Fresh Protect to neutralize bad odors as you move through your day—it’s like a deodorant for your clothes. While detergent cleans and Fresh Protect neutralizes odors, Downy softens, freshens and protects clothes.

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Can I use Downy Unstopables with Tide Pods?

Downy Unstopables laundry scent boosters are your go-to product for great-smelling clothes whether you’re dealing with strong odors or just want a little extra freshness in your next laundry load. If you love the scent of Tide, you can add Unstopables with Tide Original to it.

Can you put Unstopables in your vacuum?

What if there’s another very simple way to leave your vacuum smelling great and smell for a few months? Well, there is! Drop some Downy Unstopables (about 12 pieces) in your vacuum bag and you’ll be amazed how wonderful your vacuum and your house will smell every time you clean!

Do Downy Unstopables dissolve in cold water?

They dissolve completely in all water temperatures without leaving any residue on fabrics or in the machine. Unstopables can be used alone or in combination with Downy liquid softener or dryer sheets and the “Fresh” and “Lush” scents compliment the current fragrances of P&G’s detergents and Downy softeners.

Can you use Downy Unstopables as air freshener?

Use Downy Unstopables as an air-freshener…the scent lasts for months! All you do is place a small amount into a small open tray and the scent will fill up the whole room with a fresh clean scent.

Do you put Unstopables in the washer or the dryer?

UNSTOPABLES are designed for use in both regular and high-efficiency washers. Just toss them directly into the washer drum before you start the wash. So YES! Use them like you would in a regular washer!

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Can you put Downy Infusions in the dryer?

Add a capful to your next wash for soft, fresh laundry. Add a little or a lot – depending on your desired scent level – directly to your washer’s drum. Simply toss in the dryer with your clothes for laundry that smells oh-so fresh.

How many loads can you do with Downy Unstopables?

31 Loads

Downy Unstopables In-Wash Scent Booster Beads, Fresh, 31 Loads 14.8 oz.

How long do Downy Unstopables last?

12 weeks

Downy Unstopables In-Wash Scent Booster gives you long-lasting freshness for up to 12 weeks. * Add to each load of laundry for fresh, delightful-smelling clothes, sheets, and towels. *From wash until wear, based on a 2017 Downy study of noticeable freshness over 12 weeks.

Are Downy Unstopables toxic?

Downy Unstopables do not contain ingredients considered hazardous as defined by OSHA, 29 CFR 1910.1200 or WHMIS under the HPA.