& # 39; I will never buy softener & # 39 ;: the $ 7.99 product meshes omit the bad smells of EVERY sportswear for kids or gymwear
- A Perth-based mother has a & # 39; hygiene laundry rinse & # 39; credited with fresh clothing
- She calls Canesten & # 39; s washing liquid a & # 39; must buy & # 39; if you have teenagers
- Two caps of the special product will clean all types of smelly gym equipment
- Others agreed with the sentiment and said it was well worth the investment
A brand that is best known for its antifungal cream is praised by mothers online for a $ 7.99 product that removes sweat odors from sportswear apparel.
A Perth-based woman posted about Canesten & # 39; s Hygiene Laundry Rinse in the Mums Who Clean Facebook group, who said she was grateful that others had pointed her to the & # 39;
& # 39; If you have teenagers, it is recommended. Two caps full in the washing softener segment of the washing machine (along with clothing detergent) and the top sports uniform smells as good as new, & she wrote.
A brand best known for its anti-fungal cream is praised online by mom for a $ 7.99 product that gets sweaty odors from sportswear
& # 39; I will never buy softener, this is great. & # 39;
She managed to buy the Coles one-liter bottle, but said there was a similar offer at Aldi.
The product, which describes itself as antibacterial and antifungal, helps prevent cross-contamination and is gentle on all fabrics.
It also eliminates 99.9 percent of the germs and has a pleasant lemon scent.
Canesten is well known for producing a treatment cream for thrush, but this specific item seems just as popular.
The product, which describes itself as an antibacterial and antifungal agent, helps prevent cross-contamination and is gentle on all tissues
& # 39; This stuff is awesome! We save it when Woolies has it on specially, & a woman said under the post.
& # 39; This is my favorite laundry product, & # 39; another said.
A third added: & # 39; I use this with my hubby chef's clothing and it smells the kitchen outside & # 39 ;.
Aldi & # 39; s version is called Di-San and is cheaper for $ 3.69 per bottle, with just as many women referring to it as an equivalent alternative.