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Cologne Fabric Softener Sheets

Fabric softener sheets for bachelors
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Am I the only single guy who doesn't want his clothes to smell like flowers? I want fabric softener sheets that smell like my brand of cologne or after shave.

Obviously you can't just dump cologne on a rag and toss it in because alcohol, lint, and hot are a bad combination. Besides then it wouldn't really be fabric softener it'd be clothes smellifier.

Anyway, I'd buy it.

illustratedgeek, Mar 17 2006

they sell fragrance free sheets http://www.refreshi...sc.2/category.18/.f
[xandram, Mar 17 2006]


       you could have different fragrences for different moods and situations. fun idea+
jhomrighaus, Mar 17 2006

       i so get you! flowers don't seem to like me.
Tanned Black, Mar 17 2006

       I'm not a bachelor and consequently I smell of wild pear and ginko. No one should have to smell of things they've never seen.   

       PS Mr. Geek, when writing ideas you will find a drop-down menu that will give you access to the categories such as Product:Dryer sheets. You can then use the title field for something more imaginative.
wagster, Mar 17 2006

       New cigarette butt fragrance.
skinflaps, Mar 17 2006

       You will smell however women want you to smell. Sure, you may get away with doing otherwise for the moment, but ultimately, resistance is futile.
Shz, Mar 17 2006

       Amen, [Shz]. Tell it like it is.
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Mar 17 2006

       I smell a dichotomy, when all we really want is wrinkle-free clothes.
reensure, Mar 17 2006

       Name should be "Scentless Fabric Softener Sheets"
DesertFox, Mar 17 2006

       You could always toss a can of Axe in the dryer. Except, if you believe the ads, you won't make it out of the laundry.
DrCurry, Mar 17 2006

       I agree, [DF]. I keep thinking this is to reduce bed wetting.
spidermother, Mar 17 2006

       That would be "Product: Drier Sheets"
DesertFox, Mar 17 2006


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