Eco-Friendly Fabric Softener, Volume - 3.5 oz, Scent - unscented

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Especially designed for linens, our Linen Softening Potion elevates your stiffest linens into blissful linen clouds.

Perfectly plant-based, eco-friendly, skin friendly, allergen-free and fragrance-free means your favorite linens stay as pure as nature.

Concentrated for addictive softness.


  • Use in warm or cool water. Spot test for colorfastness first.
  • One 100 ml packet for 3-8 yards of fabric.
  • Regular or Gentle cycle recommended.
  • Dry low. Remove promptly.

Paraben free, phthalate free, phosphate free.


  • Water and Dialkylester Ammonium Methosulfate
  • Naturally Derived and Plant Derived.
  • Readily biodegradable, Bio-Based Kosher (Certified).

We manufacture to the highest standards in a cosmetic-grade



Harmful if swallowed. Keep out of reach of children. In case of emergency, call a physician. If eye contact occurs, rinse well with water. Don’t mix with bleach. Don’t pour directly on clothes.

Customer Questions and Answers


Hi Can I used this on cotton fabric? I have some cotton fabric that is stiff....I was wondering if this softener would work. Pat

Pat • March 21, 2023
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This softener can be used on other fabrics. We have Designed and tested this product to work best on our Linen fabrics.

Lauren • March 21, 2023

Does Eco-Friendly Fabric Softener permanently make the linen much softer?

Desiree • March 6, 2023
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The softener aids in softening the linen from the start. With every wash and use the linen will continue to get softer, the softener does not wash it becomes part of the linen.

Maureen • March 6, 2023

I stpurchased 4C22 which I have purchased before and enjoyed. This time however it is so rough and stiff. I just washed it but it hasn't helped. If I were to get this softener will it make it like the 4C22, softened like I purchased before from Fabric-store?

M • January 27, 2023
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With wash and use our linen will soften up. Using this softener will help you achieve the desired softness you are wanting. Please also try a warmer water when washing and dryer balls which will also aid in softening the linen.

Maureen • January 27, 2023

This item contains an ammonium methylsulfate. I am very allergic to sulfur and it's derivatives. Therefore I'm allergic to the sulfur in my own tap water resulting in severe rash - possible hospitalization for IV drip if severe enough. So please advise: is this product used in a wash cycle at the beginning ? If so, the rinse cycle should reduce the residual amount of sulfur left on the dried fabric, I hope. But if it's added with the rinse cycle, then it's unlikely I can risk the sulfur exposure. Please advise. Regards, Clem

C • January 26, 2023
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As with most softeners this one would be used in the rinse cycle. Since there is an ingredient in our product that you have a known allergy we would not want you to use any product that could cause an issue.

Maureen • January 26, 2023

Does this softener act the same as With regular fabric softeners causing fabrics to be unable to absorb moisture when trying to dry dishes or after a shower.

Terry • January 25, 2023
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W have not heard of any issues with absorbancy when using our softener. In house testing did not show this to be an issue either.

Maureen • January 25, 2023

How many packets are contained ?

Pat • January 13, 2023
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These are sold as individual 3.5 ounce packets.

Maureen • January 13, 2023

Should this be used for every washing (after completed sewing project) or only the initial washing.

Grace S • January 12, 2023
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It is used primarily for the initial washing, but if you have some left over you can use it after as well.

Maureen • January 12, 2023

Do I need to use this on your linen that is advertised as "softened"?

Margaret • January 10, 2023
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You do need to wash the softened linen in order to remove shrinkage and yes you can use a softener to enhance and expedite the softening process. In our recommended instructions we advise that yes you can use a softener that is free and clear, which ours is.

Maureen • January 10, 2023

How many loads can I wash with one softening packet - how much do I use for 5 yards of unwashed linen? I am interested in this product but do need to order several packets? what is a typical washing machine load of the number of yards of linen? Thank you, Lelia Kentmeister

Lelia • January 10, 2023
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One 100 ml packet for 3-8 yards of fabric.. The amount of linen you are able to add to your machine depends on the size of your machine and the weight of the linen you are washing. As with regualr washings, you would not want to overload the machine .

Maureen • January 10, 2023

can this product be used on ramie? Nice light weight ramie coming via Australia.

kate • January 9, 2023
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Ramie is also a natural fiber and I cannot see why you would not be able to use our softener for this as fabric as well. Since we have not tested this product on Ramie, you should test a small piece to make sure there are no issues.

Maureen • January 9, 2023

Is this a one time fabric treatment and not something you would use regularly in the landry?

Beth • December 24, 2022
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It is meant to be used to soften the linen before you construct your project, but if you have some left over and you make sure to spot test for color fastness, there is no reason why you could not add it to your other linen items when laundering.

Maureen • December 24, 2022
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Linen Softening product

Apparently, I did not read the directions carefully enough, and added it at the beginning of the cycle, but did follow the temp and handling suggestions. I always add a dye absorber during first wash, but could tell that quite a bit of color must have released from the Japanese Blue, that altered the color of the other doggie bag pieces I wash with it. Their color was more muted and bluer than before, but lovely none the less. I'd recommend only washing it with small pieces of other colors, of if you enjoy experimenting, or several yards of either white or more Japanese Blue... that way you'd have a white with probably a slight overcast of blue. The fabric were truly much softer, and although I did also add dryer sheets, I always do that of the first wash of new linen. I plan to buy it again, so long as it doesn't get more expensive. I used the whole pack for one wash. Judith

Judith • December 31, 1969
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