GIT scented febreeze.... lol
Some houses make a fragrance, deodorant, soap, body wash, even candles. Is there any that make a laundry detergent? I'd be in heaven if my laundry could smell like GIT.
Does such exist? Or maybe a scented fabric softener for the dryer?
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Le Labo makes a Rose 31 based detergent. Meant to be used for hand washing items.
There is a GIT bodywash which might do the job.
Maison Francis Kurkdjian makes Aqua Universalis detergent (washing liquid) and fabric softener.
That would be genius. Creed are pretty good at releasing 'supplements' like deo etc.
I have the Hermes Infusion d'Iris linen spray, so I know those at least exist. Not sure outside of Hermes, though.
If you'd use a scented detergent or softener, might as well just use a linen spray. But then, if you're going to use a linen spray, might as well spray your cloth with regular old juice, IMO. I spray by bed and carpets with scents from my drobe quite often, actually.
My IdI linen spray was a gift, and I only use it for ironing, because I like the irisy steam!
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