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How do you soften hard laundry powder?

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Do you mean that all your laundry powder has stuck together?  It is probably from moisture in the air.  The best thing to do it use a knife to cut blocks off it and put it straight in the machine.  The water will dissolve the powder even if it is hard. Dont forget that laundry tablets are hard.

Yes it is from moisture and is hard.  Need to know how to soften it.  Thank you

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