US Patent No. 10,160,936 B2 (Jodi Lee Brown, Cincinnati; Kristin Marie Finley; and Jaden Scott Zerhusen); The Procter & Gamble Company
has patented an array of fabric treatment compositions, each member of the array being a fabric treatment composition comprising a plurality of pastilles. The pastilles comprise: a balancing agent selected from the group consisting of glycerin; polypropylene glycol; isopropyl myristate; dipropylene glycol; 1,2 propanediol and mixtures thereof; polyethylene glycol; and friable perfume microcapsule that comprises an encapsulated perfume. The array comprises at least a first fabric treatment composition and a second fabric treatment composition, wherein there is a difference in percentage by weight of polyethylene glycol between the pastilles of said first fabric treatment composition and the pastilles of the second fabric treatment composition of less than about 2%. The pastilles of the first fabric treatment composition have a first encapsulated perfume and the pastilles of the second fabric treatment composition have a second encapsulated perfume, wherein the first encapsulated perfume differs from the second encapsulated perfume.