Color me new

March 2000
Consumer Reports;Mar2000, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p10
Product Review
Compares the effects of two types of fabric softener on the colors of clothing. The results of tests using Downy Ultra Care liquid fabric softener and Bounce fabric softener sheets, both manufactured by Procter & Gamble Co.; Color differences in clothing after being laundered with both products.


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