I 'm not into sweet vanilla's or Lavender for a fabric softener, It sound to good to be true, generally there fragrance scents are to over barring in my book. I would rather use the fresh outside for drying the clothes, then to disguise the real Odors that on the clothing, at least when its drying in the wind or sun, it smells fresher and lasts longer hanging up or folded in the dresser draws. where does it say on the bottle Nice and Fluffy? Reading labels is like a puppet on a strings, can't believe the wording, its the product that sells either way, pro or con. I would prefer simple green concentration then go with a nice and fluffy label that doesn't smell, the product and the chemicals are the seller of the product, not the wording"Nice and Fluffy" Simple Green is also Concentrated and is used variable in all purpose functions, such as a fabric softener, it fragrance is fresh and leaves no stale odor.