If you can't get enough of the smell of Gain laundry detergents and fabric softeners and want more, more, more of the scent, then you will love Gain Fireworks. The product offers more, more, more of the scent and it can permeate your clothes for days and days and days.
Gain Fireworks In Wash Scent Booster
Gain Fireworks is one of the newest offering in Procter & Gamble Company's Gain line of products.
Gain Fireworks is an in-wash scent booster. The product is presented as small pellets that dissolve in the wash cycle. The sole purpose of the pellets is to add scent to your laundry.
The product comes in four fragrances including Original, Tropical Sunrise, Moonlight Breeze and Wildflower and Waterfall Duet Scent. The recommended amount to use for each load of laundry is one cap full (2 ounces) or about one-fourth cup. You may use the recommended amount or as little or as much as you like. The pellets are added directly to the washer before clothes are loaded. The pellets should not be added to the automatic dispensers because they may not dissolve completely and leave residue on fabrics. Do not add to the dryer.
Gain Fireworks pellets are safe to use in high-efficiency (he) or standard washers. They are also safe to use with any detergent (liquid or powder) and with any liquid fabric softener.
Gain Fireworks dissolve in any water temperature (hot, warm or cold).
The pellets are safe for all washable fabrics.
Gain Fireworks Product Ingredients
- Poly Ethylene Glycol - perfume dispersant
- Liquitint Pink - dye
The Procter & Gamble Story and Gain
Procter & Gamble began in 1837 when Cincinnati brother-in-laws, William Procter, a candlemaker, and James Gamble, a soapmaker, came together to form the company.
In just twenty years, the company would reach one million dollars in sales. The company continued to grow during the Civil War when the Union Army awarded two contracts to Procter and Gamble to supply soldiers with soap and candles.
Procter & Gamble found gold with the launch of Ivory soap in the 1890s. In the years to come, Procter & Gamble would invent and produce some of the most common products - like Crisco, Tide and Pampers in American homes. The company now is one of the largest advertisers in the United States and around the world. The products are available in 180 countries.
Gain was introduced to the Procter and Gamble laundry line as a mid-price laundry detergent. Gain soared in popularity due to its variety of scents - Original Fresh, Apple Mango Tango, Icy Fresh Fizz, Hawaiian Aloha, Butterfly Kiss, Dreamy Desire, Flirty Fresh and now Sweet Sizzle - and products including liquid detergent, Gain Flings single dose pods, fabric softener, dryer sheets, dryer bar and dish washing detergent.
Product Review and Laundry Recommendations
If you like one of the scents of other Gain products, Gain Fireworks does infuse your laundry with a strong and lasting perfume if you use the recommended amount. Since the product does not contain oily residues like a fabric softener that can coat fabrics and reduce the fire retardant qualities, it is safe to use on children's sleepwear. It will not reduce the absorbency factors of terry cloth towels. However, ask your pediatrician about using the product on baby's laundry or small children due to chemical sensitivities and allergies to fragrances. The dye is also a concern because studies have shown that dyes are a problem to sensitive skin and can cause irritation and rashes.
I don't prefer to have scented clothes or linens. Clean laundry has no smell. I don't like to have my clothes compete with my perfume or my tablecloth compete with the dinner served.
But if you like lots of scent, Gain Fireworks works well in adding fragrance. However, if you are watching your laundry products budget, since it does not whiten, brighten, soften or remove stains, you are paying purely for laundry perfume. Your money might be better spent on choosing a better quality detergent that remove the odors you are trying to cover.
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