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Monday, April 25, 2016

#Giveaway: New Purex Plus Clorox 2 Conquers Stains Protects Colors - ends 5/16/16 US


With having such a large family, fighting stains in clothing was an ongoing war.  I was always trying something to get those rascally stains out of the clothes.  I finally ended up using hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and dish washing soap.  What a bother it was treating item after item for the wash.  Now I have a new method to get out the horrible stains - Purex plus Clorox 2 detergent with Stain Fighting Enzymes.  Many thanks to the Social Insiders team for selecting me to review this brand new detergent from Purex!


What a vast difference New Purex with Clorox 2 has done to our laundry routine - so much more simpler!  Purex with Clorox 2 detergent has been specifically formulated to remove the toughest stains.  It will work hard in the wash water to remove 100 different types of stains, yet it is safe for colors, and is bleach free!


Kids are notorious mess makers.  Most of the times it's because they are having fun!  I still remember many a good outfit that I would put on my kids and come to find a stubborn stain that just would not come out - no matter how hard I tried or what I used.  Family's are so lucky to have new developments in stain treatment now.

To keep your family's clothes their cleanest, Purex plus that extra powering boost of Clorox 2 contains 3 stain-fighting enzymes to remove 100 stains:

  • Removes starchy stains like chocolate and tomato sauce
  • Removes protein-based stains like grass and blood
  • Removes food stains that use guar gum like ice cream and BBQ sauce.
Have a tough tough stain.  Just rub some Purext plus clorox 2 detergent into the fabric and letting it sit for 5 minutes before you wash.  That will take care of it!

Does it matter what kind of washing machine you have?  Not at all! Purex plus Clorox 2 detergent has been specially formulated to work in High Efficiency machines as well as standard top-loading washing machines.


There are two different scents that you can choose from.  I received Sunny Linen scent.  It's a sweet light scent that does not overpower your senses.  You also will also find that Purex plus Clorox 2 comes in their Original Fresh scent.


Totally Color Safe and contains no bleach!  To be on the safe side, you should check the labels on your clothing and follow the direction there.


I am very happy with the results from using Purex plus Clorox 2 in my wash.  I do see a difference in the level of clean!  For Purex, innovation is about formulating new products with quality ingredients at a smart value.  Check out the Purex website for yourself.  Here's you'll find where to buy New Purex plus Clorox 2.

Connect with Purex for the latest laundry tips, stain removal, and family life


Would you like to get FREE Purex plus Clorox 2 detergent?  I have a coupon for FREE Purex plus Clorox 2 (the coupon officially says: "Save up to $7.00 on one (1) Purex Liquid or Powder detergent").  This giveaway is for US residents 18+ only, and will end on May 16, 2016.
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Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

47 comments:

  1. Stains from my husbands work clothes!

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  2. My toughest stains are baby food stains on my daughter's clothes.

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  3. that would be stains on my grandsons white football pants,they are horrible to get clean

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  4. Spaghetti sauce is one of the toughest stains I recently had to get out of a shirt.
    Thank you!

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  5. My toughest stain lately was an oil stain from a leak of a chainsaw. My husband had the chainsaw in a bag and he took the chainsaw out of the bag and the bag flew on on the ground, had no idea it had oil on it when i picked it up and it got on my jeans. I had to pre soak and pre soak. I still didn't get it all out.

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  6. The toughest stains I handle anytime are grease stains on clothes, I think!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. My husband is my biggest stain haha.. 😉 every time we eat he drops something on his shirt or pants. I keep a little tiny bottle of purex in my purse and rub on his Stain if we're not home does the trick every time

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  8. My husband is my biggest stain haha.. 😉 every time we eat he drops something on his shirt or pants. I keep a little tiny bottle of purex in my purse and rub on his Stain if we're not home does the trick every time

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  9. Grass stains have been the toughest.

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  10. The toughest stain would be engine oil and grease.

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  11. Mayo has always been the hardest for me to get out, especially on whites.

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  12. Hubby has started working in the garden to prepare it for the planting season. You would not believe the dirt stains on his jeans!

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  13. Oh our little one got a blood nose during the night last week. The blood was so hard to get out of everything. That was my hardest so far!

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  14. We have been painting, so I have seen how impossible that is. I wear old clothes of course, but mistakes are inevitable.

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  15. What's the toughest stain you had to take on lately?

    coffee is the worst,but i just got a toothpaste stain that drove me crazy..

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  16. My son came home with hydraulic fluid all over his clothes.

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  17. Honestly, the worst stain I've had to treat is the dreaded ring-around-the-collar. No joke!

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  18. My toughest are grass and red dirt stains on my son's baseball pants! I've gotten pretty good at it over the years but it seems to get worse every year! LOL

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  19. Lately the toughest stains have been grass and dirt stains from farm work for me.

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  20. I have this oil stain on my favorite sweatshirt and I still can't get it out no matter what I try. It's looks like a big ol' wet spot, but I spilled melted butter on it. :(

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  21. I've been dealing with bloody noses. And sometimes they happen while I'm sleeping, resulting in blood all over my sheets. So, I'd have to say, that's probably my worst stains I've dealt with as of lately.

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  22. My toughest stains are food stains.

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  23. oil stains from my husbands work clothes

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  24. Oil and grease stains from my husbands work clothes!

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  25. Salad dressing oil stains! UGH!!!

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  26. My toughest stain that I had to get out was grease/oil! It's really tough to get out!

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  27. My toughest stains have been oil and grease stains.

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  28. Oil and grease for sure- I live on a backyard farm and I am constantly doing laundry. Purex is good stuff I am loving this give a way and crossing my fingers :) I could really use this to keep my laundry looking fabulous! Great give a way thank you so much for doing this for all of us ;) - Ruthie

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  29. Greasy stains are the worst. Spaghetti sauce is a recent one I have had trouble with.

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  30. I have a terrible time getting my white clothes white enough. I am hoping Purex can help.

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  31. I have problems with cooking grease. Really, any time I go into the kitchen I get something on me.

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  32. My tough stains are always the ones my husband gets at work. Not only visible but smell too.

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  33. My toughest stains are coffee and for some reason I must be dumping coffee on me alot.

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  34. Grass stains are my toughest to get out.

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  35. the toughest stain is grease. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  36. Clothes that had been sitting in the back of a closet for 10 yrs.

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  37. Dirt from the baseball field off my husbands uniforms is difficult.

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  38. Spaghetti sauce and toddler clothes stains.

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