Friday, May 2, 2014

Review & Giveaway: Purex No Sort for Colors Laundry Detergent

I've been using my homemade laundry detergent for a couple years now, but Purex is my favorite detergent at the store and as a Purex Insider I get to try out and share the new products Purex rolls out - which I love!  Purex Baby and Purex Crystals are a couple of my favorites!!  Now, they have a new detergent to help simplify your laundry routine - and who doesn't need that??  It allows you to stop sorting clothes, by trapping loose dyes and reducing color bleeding accidents in your mixed color loads! 

Every once in a while I have a half a load of lights and half a load of darks left....I'd love to finish the laundry but am a little nervous to run them together.  I thought I'd give this detergent a little test, so the first load I tried this on, I put light beige sheets and dark stinky (toddler/baby...ugh!) clothes together.  I'm not going to lie, I was a little apprehensive because the boys had a lot of really dark blue in that pile.  But I took it out of the washer, and not only did it work great on the baby pee-pants smell, but I didn't notice any bleeding stains at all!  Now I'll have no excuse not to finish the laundry since it can all go in together!  ....umm, wait a minute...

Seriously....a navy blue baby outfit, dark purple pillowcase, 
beige sheets and white leggings -- all in the same load with no color bleeding at all!

*They do say it's not a miracle worker though, lol, so if you have new or strongly colored pieces of clothing (like jeans or reds...) it's recommended to do those first on their own a few times.

Now, onto my favorite part...a giveaway for you!!  Sign up here to win a FREE bottle of Purex No Sort for Colors detergent!!
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Disclosure: The Purex brand provided me with a sample of Purex No Sort for Colors detergent in exchange for a product review.  However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.


Dawn Cook said...

I like the using liquid fabric softner on my towles the air dry. They smell so good

1froglegs said...

Using no-sort would be a time saving tip. We waste a ton of time and energy having to do two medium loads rather than one large load.

Natalie Yeoman said...

wash all your clothes together in cold water to save loads