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Protect your Clothes with Downy Fabric Conditioner

The agitation, spinning, and heat of the laundry process can damage clothes at the fiber level. But Downy Fabric Softener smooths and strengthens fibers to protect clothes from the damage of the wash, helping them maintain their shape. By smoothing fibers, Downy reduces the friction between them that causes them to break and leads to pills and fuzz. And when fibers break, colors appear duller, so using Downy also helps keep your clothes from fading.

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Downy protects against stretching

Your clothes go through a lot during the laundry process. The average top-loader washer thrashes your clothes 3000 times every wash. Protect your clothes from stretching out of shape with the fiber level protection of Downy Fabric Softener. Learn more

Downy protects against fading

The friction and heat from the laundry process can damage fibers, in fact some dryers on medium heat can reach temperatures hot enough to cook ribs. This fiber damage can dull the colors of your favorite clothes, so use Downy Fabric Conditioner to protect your fabrics from fading away too soon. Learn more

Downy protects against fuzz

As the fibers of your fabrics get damaged, you might notice unsightly fuzzing and pilling. That’s why you should use Downy Fabric Conditioner to protect the fibers from damage, keeping them intact longer, reducing pills and fuzz on your favorite clothes. Learn more

How Downy protection works during the laundry process

When Downy Fabric Softener is added to the rinse cycle, it conditions every fiber to help protect your clothes from stretching, fading, and fuzz.

Did you know?

Downy helps protect your clothes from 50 mph spinning in your washing machine.

Downy helps protect your clothes from 60 times the G Force of a space rocket launch.

Downy helps protect your clothes from a dryer hot enough to cook ribs.