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    So I've just realised on my 5th load of washing that I've been putting 2 lots of fabric conditioner in the washing machine rather than one detergent one conditioner.

    A. What will this have done to the washing machine
    B. what will this have done to the clothes
    C. Do I have to wait for the clothes to dry before washing them again

    I can't call my mum or dad because they've both gone on a rural trip to the middle of nowhere and forgot both their phones.

    Help!
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    Hahahaha got to be kidding me. Just add some washing powder in in the drawer... jesus.
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    (Original post by sharp910sh)
    Hahahaha got to be kidding me. Just add some washing powder in in the drawer... jesus.
    Read what I put, I am on my 5th load, I've already done 4, I can't do that!
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    Wash all the clothes again. Jesus. Fabric conditioner doesn't wash the clothes but conditions them. You will have to wash all the clothes using washing powder.
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    It depends how dirty they were. If they were just "worn" rather than visibly stained it's probably ok - the act of washing should be sufficient. If it was your sports kit or anything more dirty it's best to wash them again.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    It depends how dirty they were. If they were just "worn" rather than visibly stained it's probably ok - the act of washing should be sufficient. If it was your sports kit or anything more dirty it's best to wash them again.
    I don't think I could get any stupider, I've just put detergent in the softener bit, now what the **** do I do!!!
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    What are you 12?
 
 
 
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