Product Details

Key Benefits

• contains no dyes or perfumes

• is hypoallergenic

• fights stretching

• fights fading

• fights pilling and fuzz

• fights static

• softens fabrics

• reduces wrinkles vs. detergent alone

Videos

  • How to do laundry

    protect your clothes from the damage of washing

Faqs

How do I use Ultra Downy in the wash?
Simply add Ultra Downy to your fabric softener drawer. For top-loaders, you can also add directly to your washer drum during the rinse cycle, or use the Downy Ball if you don't feel like waiting around for the rinse to begin. Go to OLV/LINK for more information!

What does the Ultra mean in Ultra Downy?
Ultra simply means it's a concentrated product, having most of the water removed (as opposed to non-concentrated formulations). Be sure to carefully follow dosage instructions on the bottles.

I love Ultra Downy! What other products should I try?
We’re so glad! You might enjoy Fresh Protect In-Wash Odor Shield: use with detergent and Ultra Downy liquid fabric conditioner for 24-hour odor neutralization—like deodorant for your clothes!

Do I need to use detergent with Ultra Downy?
Yes, for best results, use WITH detergent. Ultra Downy is a fabric conditioner that will provide your clothing with scent, softness, static reduction and protection from the laundry damage of stretching, fading and fuzz.

How is Ultra Downy different from Unstopables?
Ultra Downy is a fabric conditioner; Unstopables are long-lasting scent boosters, not conditioners. Fabric conditioners provide scent, softness, static reduction and protection from the laundry damage of stretching, fading and fuzz.

What's the difference between a fabric conditioner and a dryer sheet?
Both provide fabrics with scent, softness and fight static; however, dryer sheets are heat activated in the dryer, whereas liquid fabric softeners are more easily infused in the wash. Additionally, fabric conditioners reduce wrinkles, provide for easy ironing and protect from stretching, fading and fuzz that occur in both the wash & dry processes.


Ratings And Reviews

This area allows consumers like you to express their own opinions and comments. Downy does not represent or warrant the accuracy of any statements or product claims made here, nor endorses any opinions expressed by the reviewer.

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4.11/5 (81)
80% Recommended
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CT
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04/05/17

way too thick

I am not sure if it's the bottles I bought, but the product was not like liquid at all. It was this big goopy mess. I tried to put it in my HE washer and it barely left the drawer after the load ran. I thought maybe the first bottle I bought just went bad (can fabric softener do that?). Nope my second bottle was just as bad. After fighting with it for a bit, I finally decided just to pour it down the drain, which took forever you might imagine. I wanted to recycle the bottle. I wish I could post pictures to show the goopy mess. Frustrated as I really like Downy products and it was a huge waste of money.

Not Recommend Product

*your location:
upstate ny
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03/13/17

product ok but tight cap & leaky collar

I like this product but the bottle definitely needs fixing. Like others have said, the cap is WAY too smooth and WAY too tight. If you can open it and pour out the liquid, you might get your floor leaked on. Frequently I've noticed that liquid leaks out the collar that sits just beneath the cap. This joint should be molded into the bottle so users don't get leaked on.

I do recommend this product

*your location:
White Lake MI
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03/01/17

Love the Liquid Softener

I agree with others - the new lids are on way too TIGHT. I have not been able to open the past 3 bottles - needed my husband to do it - very discouraging.

I do recommend this product