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Friday, April 25, 2014

Purex No Sort Laundry Detergent Review & Giveaway

We have another new giveaway from Purex! Purex Insiders recently sent us a bottle of the New Purex No Sort Laundry Detergent to try out! 

We've all heard the horror stories. Leave a red sock in your laundry and everything is going to come out pink. Well Purex No Sort Traps those loose dyes and reduces color bleeding accidents in your laundry with the help of their Anti-Color-Transfer Technology. 

While it's definitely a break through and will save you a little time of sorting the laundry out, it's not a miracle worker. So it's recommended that you wash your new strongly covered fabrics and clothing separately at least 5 times before you mix it up with the rest of your clothes. 

I am not a fan of sorting my laundry and I haven't been new shopping for myself in a long long time so I loved trying this out. So nice to not have to have many piles in front of my washer and can just pull right out of the basket and into the washer. Now if Purex can come up with a way to not have me fold and put clothes away I would really be in Heaven! 

And we have coupons to giveaway! 3 Lucky Winners will receive a coupon to try out the new Purex No Sort Laundry Detergent for themselves! Enter to win using the Rafflecopter below. Giveaway is open until May 2nd at 11:59pm eastern. Good Luck!! 
**I received a bottle of Purex No Sort to help aid this review. Along with the coupons provided for me to give away and everything was provided by Purex Insiders. All opinions expressed in this post are purely my own and do not reflect those of anyone else. Giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook or Twitter in any way.**

Leah Shumack is the voice behind Clair's Freebies. Born and raised in ski country Western NY where I still live today with my beautiful 8 year old daughter. When I'm not tending to her or out scoping deals I enjoy entering giveaways and trying out new things in the kitchen!

26 comments:

  1. The only part I hat about doing laundry is putting it up once its done. I don't mind the washing (even if I have to sort) or the transfer/drying or even the folding.

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  2. I hate when I think I am done with the darks, and go to do the lighter colored clothes, and see that one red shirt I missed.

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  3. WHEN WET CLOTHING FALLS ON THE FLOOR

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  4. Folding the clothes is always the worst part for me. It's so time consuming.

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  5. The worst part for me is pairing up the socks. I really hate doing that

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  6. Barbara Riffe I hate sorting the small things when they came out of the dryer.

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  7. The worst part about laundry is folding.

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  8. I hate matching up socks and folding towels.

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  9. i would say folding them after they are washed

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  10. I think the worse thing is the Buzzer at the end of the dryer cycle. Our's buzzes every 5 minutes till you take it out or open the door. We affectionally call it the "Nag". Of course, I could turn it off but then I forget to get out the clothes that need hung.

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  11. I don't mind laundry but if I don't have to sort the clothes that's a great way to money less loads to do

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  12. Sorting thru the stinky clothes is the worst part of my laundry.

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  13. I hate folding it! (Today was my laundry day and I only have 2 loads out of 5 left to fold and put away...not too bad for me!)

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  14. Folding the laundry then putting it away.

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  15. I hate matching socks!! Especially with my twins! IF I have any singles leftover, they usually get washed again!! :)

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  16. Definitely folding the laundry and putting it away! I don't mind washing it.

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  17. stains that wont come out and shrinkage, or just the fact it never ends!

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  18. Putting it away and discovering the stain didn't come out!

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  19. I do not like folding, especially the socks and washcloths,smaller items seem to be the problem.

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  20. Folding and putting the clothes away!

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