Monday, January 3, 2011

Purex Complete Crystals Review & Giveaway


A while back, I applied to be a part of the Purex Insiders Program. Last week I got an email saying I was accepted, and a few days later, I received a new product to try.

The product is called Purex Complete Crystals. They're fabric softener like you never seen before. They look like a bottle of bath salts. They leave your clothes smelling nice, scented, but not overpoweringly so. They're also easy to use. You just pour them in the washer at the beginning of the wash cycle, and forget about them.

According to the literature I received, Purex Complete Crystals are different from traditional laundry softeners in several fundamental ways.

First of all, unlike oil-based softeners, which can leave an oily residue on your clothes, reducing absorbency in towels and moisture wicking workout gear, Purex Crystals are not oil based. Secondly, they're also safe to use on childrens' sleepwear, as they do not impair the flame retardant treatment present in children's pjs.

The bottom line for me is that this product works. My clothes are soft, and they smell nice.

Purex wants to hook several of my readers up with coupons for a free bottle of Purex Complete Crystals.

Three (3) commenters will each win one (1) coupon for a free, full size product.

To enter, leave a laundry related comment, best tip, biggest laundry challenge, etc.

For additional entries, you may do any of the following: follow my blog, tweet/blog/FB about the giveaway. Please leave a comment for each entry, and don't forget to leave a way to be contacted if you are the winner. This giveaway will end on 1/10/11. at 11:59 central time.

Disclosure: I was provided with product samples, product information, and the opportunity to host a giveaway from Purex, as part of the Purex Insiders program. All opinions expressed are my own.

14 comments:

  1. Don't let your laundry pile up. Do it daily and you won't hate the job so much!
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  3. I use lots of laundry baskets...and when we built our house I put the laundry on the second floor with the bedrooms. LOVE it!
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  4. Laundry is a chore that I actually don't mind doing. You can do so many other things while doing this.

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  6. My tip - DO NOT let your laundry pile up! Stay on top of it or you will never catch up!

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  10. My biggest laundry challenge is removing static electricity, especially this time of year :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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