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softener

A flat brush of hog bristle; used to blend or soften markings in a paint coating.
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Family-owned Hague based in Groveport, Ohio, manufactures a line of water softener products.
Michelle Roberts, from Alum Rock, says she was left in agony after she picked up a leaking bottle of softener at the discount chain's Stechford store on Saturday.
Fragrance is almost as important to fabric softener users as is the softeners' stated purpose -- softening clothing, Mintel reports.
When a water softener fails, the symptoms are hard water, frequent regeneration cycles and excessive salt usage, brine tank overflow or resin beads clogging your faucet aerators.
These are just a few of the benefits homeowners will experience from having a water softener installed in their home.
Dropps Fabric Softener Pacs work in all washers and all water temperatures on all fabrics and colors.
By this time the water softener had been joined by a line of Calgon bath salts and bath oils.
Purex Complete Crystals Softener is said to be easier to use than traditional softeners because it is added directly to the laundry load at the beginning of every wash cycle.
Washington, Feb 17 (ANI): Scientists have shown that installing a water softener for three months brings no additional relief for eczema sufferers.
NEW YORK -- This month Henkel North America is introducing a truly innovative fabric softener, Purex Complete Crystals, to mass market retail shelves across the country.
SCIENTISTS are investigating if installing a home water softener can relieve children's eczema symptoms.
com, some of the most harmful ingredients in dryer sheets and liquid fabric softener alike include benzyl acetate (linked to pancreatic cancer), benzyl alcohol (an upper respiratory tract irritant), ethanol (linked to central nervous system disorders), limonene (a known carcinogen) and chloroform (a neurotoxin and carcinogen), among others.