Monday, April 13, 2009

Questions

What is the difference between laundry soap & fabric softener (liquid)? I bought fab softener thinking it was laundry soap. I do use the sheets. Dryer sheets. Also is there a difference between a muffin pan & a cupcake pan? Thanks for the help.

5 comments:

Kelli said...

Hi... Fabric softener doesn't have soap in it. It kind of like conditioner for your hair. As for the muffin pan, it's the same. Just use the liners for cupcakes. Have a good one!

Stephanie E said...

hmmmm well I use Tide, and then I use the blue downy fabric softner, and I also use the sheets. It helps keep the clothes smelling fresh, wrinkle free, and static free! I have no idea about the pans...I use cupcake pans for muffins too! LOL

Sandi said...

I can't use the softener anymore as I seem to be allergic to it. I am pretty sure Kelli has it right though. It's just like a conditioner. It makes things soft and smell good.

WhisperingWriter said...

Stopping by from SITS.

I always thought that you added fabric softener to the detergent. I rarely use fabric softener though. I've been getting that Tide Total Care stuff.

And I'm assuming that a muffin and cupcake pan are the same. I use the same pan for both.

Kimmie said...

Laundry Soap is used to clean clothing and such. Fabric Softener is added at the rinse cycle. It makes the clothes nice and soft, esp. blankets and sheets. I prefer fabric softener over dryer sheets.