Saturday, December 29, 2012

Washing Laundry with Purex Baby Laundry Detergent


 Purex sent me another great product to review!!

Purex Baby detergent is hypoallergenic and will get your babies clothes bright, white and clean all while being gentle on your babies sensitive skin! This formula is dermatologist tested and proven to remove stubborn stains without ruining sweet delicate clothing. 
Purex Baby is designed to be used in all washers from high efficiency to traditional top loader washing machines. And will get your babies clothes clean and feeling soft, for a more affordable price 
then other leading baby detergents!

After using Purex Baby detergent, my clothes came out feeling 
so much softer, especially my towels! I love that! I'll admit I'm not overly impressed with the scent, but the softness is pretty sweet and gets rid of the scruffiness of towels so just imagine how
 soft it will be on your babies skin. 

Purex has a fun Oh baby sweepstakes going 
on where 3 people will will $500 each! 
And 250 people will win free detergent!
           Enter sweepstakes HERE while it lasts!

Also....THREE Lucky Readers will win your very own FREE Bottle of Purex Baby detergent!!! Follow the Rafflecopter below and be sure to leave your email address so I can contact the winner! :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway


*This post is made possible by Purex, for allowing me to be an Insider and providing me with the supplies to test and review.

8 comments:

  1. I accidently left a wet diaper in the car in the summer.......uck debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  2. My husband threw up in the washing machine one time while washing our cloth diapers. It was a huge mess that I ended up cleaning!

    Maggie True Armstrong
    maggie at pdclarion dot com

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  3. the worst is green food stains :(

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  4. The worst for me is always bathing suits that get stuffed in plastic bags and left for days in the car. Ugh!

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  5. I always debated on whether to throw away the baby clothes when my son had a blowout or try to wash them!

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  6. I always manage to wash gum and it ruins whole loads of clothes. Tiffypoot @ (aol.com)

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  7. There have been times that no matter how many times I washed, I could not get the bright yellow newborn baby poo stains out of the back of a onesie from a blowout.

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  8. I've washed a pantiliner that had been in my pocket in the washing machine before, and it left a mess of little balls of absorbent material all over everything.

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