Mom in Training: Let New Purex plus Clorox 2 "Do the dirty work" - #Giveaway Ends 5/2

April 18, 2016

Let New Purex plus Clorox 2 "Do the dirty work" - #Giveaway Ends 5/2


With a teenage son and an almost tween daughter it seems like I'm battling some sort of stain almost daily in my house. And that means I always have to be prepared. I'm sure if you have kids you know what I mean. There's always that occasion when that unexpected accident happens and they spill something on themselves, or trip and fall in the mud or wet grass. And as a mom I feel like it's my job to take care of those unforeseen accidents for them. It's almost like they think I'm a magic wizard at times when they come to me and say mom I need you to get this stain out. They've skipped asking "can you" and have automatically gone to assuming I can just do it. Thankfully I have a good partner on my side to help with those stains called Purex®. I've been using Purex® for as long as I can remember and have always had good results, even with tough stains. At any given time I have at least two different Purex® products sitting on the side of my washer. I use their Free and Clear version for my husband because he works in a factory that has many restrictions on laundry detergents and I know this one is safe. And for the rest of us, I tend to alternate depending on what I'm washing and what kind I have on hand.

Recently I had the opportunity to try out the new Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent and I think it will definitely be one of my favorites for my kids clothes. It has the stain-fighting enzymes (that's the Clorox 2® part) right in the detergent so it fights them all the way through the washing cycle. I really like the results I've had so far with it and plan to keep on using it for their clothes because they seem to get them dirtier than I do. I love having a detergent I can turn to even for stains on colors and not have to worry about bleach discoloring them.

About:
• Works with 100 stains
• Contains a powerful boost of Clorox 2® stain fighters
• Safe for colors (contains no chlorine bleach)

Normal Use
Follow washing machine instructions for adding detergent.

For Tough Stains
Pre-treat by applying some detergent directly to stains and rub into fabric. Allow formula to sit on stains for 5 minutes. For added power, use ¾ cap of detergent in wash.

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44 comments:

  1. Jessica ToApril 18, 2016

    I have to pre-treat stains but I usually don't know they are there until they've been washed.

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  2. I actually use Purex for tough stains!

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  3. I let them soak before washing them (Laura DeLuca)

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  4. I usually pre-treat tough stains before washing.
    Thank you!

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  5. Pre-Treating and washing as soon as possible

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  6. I use Oxi Fresh for stains.

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  7. I try to get to the stains before they dry, other wise I pre-treat them

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  8. I usually do some type of pre-stain stick treatment.

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  9. I normally use Spray and wash.

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  10. I usually take it to the cleaners but this will make me try it myself at home!

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  11. We use the spray cleaners and treat them ahead of time.

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  12. I pre-treat the stain, soak and wash.

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  13. I usually just was the stain by hand with dawn before throwing it in the washer

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  14. Jessica K.April 18, 2016

    I like to use a pre-wash stain fighter with a good detergent.

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  15. I try some shout to spray on and soak then wash.

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  16. I handle tough stains with Tide pens.

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  17. I spray with a pre-treater or use the stain stick. I also don't usually use the dryer preferring to air dry, that way if you miss a stain or it doesn't come out completely, it doesn't get locked in.

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  18. I use a spray on spot treatment for tough stains.

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  19. I pre-soak stains as much as possible.

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  20. I try to pre treat and hope for the best.

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  21. I usually try to get them in the wash as soon as possible, and scrub the stain a bit with a few drops of laundry soap.

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  22. I try to pre-treat as soon as possible

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  23. I use shout on tough stains

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  24. I use shout on tough stains

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  25. put shout on them and then wash

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  26. I treat them with Shout and then wash!

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  27. I usually treat tough stains with Shout, let it sit for a few hours, then wash it!

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  28. I try to pretreat everything!! If i remember!

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  29. I spray stains with Resolve before washing.

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  30. I normally use shout for tough stains. I can not wait to try this!

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  31. I try to pre-treat with laundry detergent

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  32. I treat tough stains with a spot treater. I try to take care of stains before they get set in as often as possible.

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  33. I pre-treat stains with vinegar and dish detergent.

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  34. I use oxiclean a lot on tough stains.

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  35. I pre-treat stains with Shout Triple Action Stain Remover before watsh.

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  36. I pre soak m tough stains

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  37. I soak them for several hours.

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  38. I pretreat the stains and hope they come out

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  39. I pre treat and soak usually.

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  40. I usually try a stain remover..if that doesn't work I throw it out.

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  41. AnonymousMay 02, 2016

    By pretreating. nathankyle1707@yahoo.com

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  42. I pretreat stains and us a bleach pens on stains on white clothing.

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