Your age has nothing to do with this but either your parents didn't use this or they didn't prepare you to do your own laundry. Secondly, there is a full product description that explains what this is. Lastly, It's a fabric softener which most machines have a slot for during the rinse cycle. It makes your clothes soft and non clingy and smell great.
these respondents are a$$holes. blame the askers parents for not teaching. this product goes into a specific compartment of your clothes washing machine to soften the clothes and make them smell fresh. Furthermore; my mother, born in the 60s believed fabric softener and dryer sheets were the same thing and a waste of money. Y’all are rude and should be ashamed. Instead of bashing the kid maybe you should educate to help our future grow.
There is a slot for it on in the washing machine (front loaders) next where you add the detergent. It consists of a lot of chemicals that reduce static and make things smell great. If you have a problem with static it's good but otherwise completely unnecessary.
You add it to the washer before you start the machine. It disperses automatically during the rinse cycle. If you people have a problem giving advice to someone just asking for help, maybe you should keep your comments to yourself!
Fun Fact: millennials grew up in the Great Recession. We didn’t have time to worry about conditioning clothes because a great deal of us watched parents struggle to even put food on the table. Leave this person alone. We’re figuring out adulting the best way we can- by asking for more information.
Anyway- total game changer. You’ll feel like you’re wearing new clothes each time and may even get second wears out of stuff!