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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Which Detergent Works on 100 Different Stains? #PurexPlusClorox2 + #Giveaway

The Purex® brand provided me with a sample of Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent in exchange for a product review. However all the opinions expressed here are my own.

Okay, I think I'm pretty sure I begin 99% of my posts with:


"Because I have three little girls under age of 5....."

You may tire of hearing it, but the majority of my life experiences right now center around something having to do with my three little tater tots, so that's what I write about. 


Can you guess what one of the things I spend the most time on currently is?

That's right, laundry!  With three little girls (there I go again...) that enjoy multiple wardrobe changes in a mere hour, and refuse to wear aprons or bibs, you can imagine how much laundry we go through.

So, we need detergent that works...and works the first time because in California with our water shortages, we can't afford multiple rinses!


stain fighting color safe bleach


Have you ever used a laundry detergent that might as well have just been water, because it did absolutely nothing to clean your clothing?

Or, the opposite?  A laundry detergent that was so harsh, it turned your colors three shades lighter and added a year's worth of wear in just one wash?

I have.

Purex® plus Clorox 2® is not one of those, and I'll show you just what I mean.


stain fighting clorox 2 colorsafe before after



Not 30 minutes after I received a sample of this Purex plus Clorox 2, stain fighting detergent, my 3 year old dropped her hot dog, yes, doused in ketchup, down the front of her shirt - no kidding. 

So, I put the detergent to the test, took some photos of the BEFORE (above) and threw it in the laundry to see if these color safe stain fighters really worked. 



As you can see, the ketchup stain was lifted off completely!

I was very excited to see how well the Purex plus Clorox 2 worked, without soaking or scrubbing or bleaching.

Want more? I've got more!

cherry stain, detergent, colorsafe laundry detergent
Now, the pretty little pineapple shirt above, was brand new, and somehow my 2 year old got to the cherries from the Farmer's Market before I could grab her and completely stained the front of her tank top.

I honestly thought there was no way cherry stains would come out - but
Purex plus Clorox 2 totally worked on the cherry stains like they were a piece of cake. 



The BEFORE/AFTER photos were taken in two areas of the house, so there is some lighting differences - however again the detergent worked really well on this colored shirt and only lifted the actual cherry stain. 



Be sure to check back with me next week to see how well Purex plus Clorox 2 did at tackling waffle, syrup and fried chicken grease off this red shirt my toddler is wearing! 

Oh, and if you'd like a chance to try out the Purex plus Clorox 2 detergent on your family's clothes enter to win a bottle below!  

Happy Stain Fighting, to YOU!


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Prize: 1 Bottle of Purex plus Clorox2 (3 winners will be chosen)
  • Only 1 mandatory entry
  • ends June 24th, 2016 at 11:59pm
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31 comments :

  1. The toughest stain I've had to tackle is a grease stain that splashed back on my white shirt while cooking.

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  2. Grass stains are the toughest.

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  3. I prefer the original fresh scent.

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  4. What's the toughest stain you've tried to tackle?

    i would say coffee stains are me worst nightmare

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  5. I would say grease oil and transmission fluid from my husbands work clothes.

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  6. I would choose The Sunny Linen Scent

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  7. I think spaghetti sauce is one of the toughest stains to tackle.
    Thank you!

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  8. Ink is the hardest, but if you can get to it before it dries it will come out.

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  9. I would choose the sunny linen variety.

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  10. Greasy food stains are the worst. Sometimes they are just impossible to get out.

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  11. I would prefer the original fresh scent. I don't like too much scent.

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  12. The toughest stain I've tried to tackle is rubbed in grass

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  13. My husband grease stains from working on his truck.

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  14. I think i would prefer the sunny linen scent.

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  15. i think salad dressing oil stains are the worst to get out

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  16. I would like to say it is a stain my children have made that is the worst but it really it is the coffee I regularly spill on myself that is the toughest stain for me.

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  17. Mustard and Ketchup stains.

    Thank you for having this giveaway!

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  18. I would like the sunny linen scent.

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  19. Ink is the toughest stain for me.

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  22. My toughest stain is my hubby's ring around the collar on his white dress shirts!

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  23. I would love to try the Original Fresh!

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  24. chocolate has been the toughest stain to get out

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  25. What's the toughest stain I've had to tackle is the red clay dirt my husband gets on his baseball clothes

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  26. I would like the sunny linen scent to try.

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  27. Stains from ketchup and grass.

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  28. Grease stains from my husband working on his truck

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