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Five Oceans

Fabric Freshener

Regular price 149 kr
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Five Oceans

Fabric Freshener

Regular price 149 kr
Unit price
Tax included.

500 ml


A freshly scented, biodegradable fabric freshener for clothes, shoes and all types of textiles. The natural formula keeps garments fresh between washes and prevents bad odors.

  • Conditions, protects and reinforces textiles.
  • Protects against staining.
  • Direct and long-lasting odor controlling effect.
  • Spray 3-4 times to keep textiles fresh between washes.

Powered by Oatium XR™ – let oats protect your clothes

Fabric Freshener contains Five Oceans’ one of a kind fiber conditioner: Oatium XR™.

This little molecule is made from locally grown high-grade oats, and it loves textiles.

Operating at a fiber level it reinforces fabrics to protect clothes from damage. At the same time it conditions and smoothens fiber structure for a softer texture and feel.

Fabric Guard – a natural shield against staining

Five Oceans’ bio-based fabric guard helps protect against staining so that spills and stains can more easily be wiped off from clothes, furniture and other textiles.

For the love of the oceans & environment

  • Wash less & spray more! Less laundry means lower direct and indirect water usage.
  • Oatium XR™ keeps microfibers in place and prevents microfibers from escaping into the waterways.
  • Sustainable, renewable and biodegradable.


Rain on Sandalwood

  • Top notes: Airy/breezy, agrestic, green
  • Heart: Floral, fruity
  • Base: Musk, sandalwood, patchouly, milky

Bottle made from 100% recycled plastic

Vegan & Cruelty-Free

To protect the oceans – the world’s largest ecosystem – is Five Oceans’ mission and our reason for being. Therefore, it is important for us to give back to a project that protects our oceans, seas, and waterways for coming generations. We have chosen to support Naturskyddsföreningen’s work for healthier and living oceans and waterways. 5% of all our sales at our own website goes to their work for the oceans. Read more about their water protection projects here: