Mind & Body

Saturday, 10 August 2013

Purex Detergent review and Contest

I have gotten the chance to try out a new product from Purex, It was the Purex+OXI Laundry detergent. i have to admit that i can be caught using the cheapest detergent i can get, sometimes with less then desirable results but i have to say i'm kinda impressed with this detergent.

So i put this to the challenge! how else does one create a honest review? I used a old dirty blanket that had been sitting around collecting dust, i think the cats played on it and the occasional dirty dog paws, I figured this would be the best way  to test the product. So i threw it in the wash and waited

Results: I noticed that smell was a bit to much for me, i mean i love love love scents but it was a tad overwhelming. Other then that the blanket came out perfectly clean. After doing that test i had tried it on a load of clothes and i have to say im impressed, i didn't pre treat the clothes as i didn't feel like they needed to be but they all came out very clean! I would recommend this product and its a bonus to have OXI infused instead of having to buy separate. When i find something suitable to pre treat i will be adding pictures.

If you would like to learn more about the product just click HERE

If you want to say money on pre treatment i would opt for this product
If you don't like strong smells i would say maybe give it a try and see if it works for you.

My clothes smell fresh, they are soft and most of all CLEAN :) This product works!!

I'm giving you a opportunity to try this product to :)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

"purex provided me with a sample of purex plus Oxi detergent in exchange for a product review. however,all opinions expressed here are my own"

From August 19 - September 19, Purex will be providing one lucky winner with $500!
For years, stains have caused you endless grief and frustration. No matter what product you use, nothing seems to give your family’s clothes the Bright, White & Clean look they deserve. But now that you’ve found Purex plus Oxi detergent, specially formulated to fight 101 of your toughest stains, you can finally bid adieu to stubborn stains for good.


  1. I look for something tough enough to take out my childrens stains on their clothes I find a lot of soaps just don't fit the bill this did for sure took out the stains I couldn't ..I love love this soap

  2. for laundry i look for laundry detergent that keep the clothes cleans,remove the stains,the smell,thge efficacity and the works

  3. I have to watch out for scent that is too strong.

  4. When I am buy laundry products I look for ones that works for many different stains, including blood, grass.

  5. Finding products that work for my family is always hard. Purex is always what we use as my kids have allergies and we have no issue with it

    1. i have found that certain detergents have caused rashes in my family so i have to be extra careful. So far nothing has happens from using this so im extra happy

  6. Love trying new products, and last year was very surprised with how well I liked Arm and Hammer. I will use several different types of detergent, depending on the price I can get it for. I don't like huge bottles, prefer the smaller 1.5 - 2L bottles. Right now in my laundry room, you can find Purex, Arm and Hammer, Tide and Gain. :)

  7. We currently use Purex and occasionally Tide or Gain. We usually look for detergents that smell nice and doesn't cause rashes on the little guy

  8. I like Tide cold water as it seems to work pretty well. I look for something that will get my kids clothes clean and that smells fresh.

  9. We are a purex and gain family. When my children were born with ultra sensitivity to every soap, detergent, and fragrance we had to be careful.we couldn't even use ivory snow, we found purex baby and began using all things purex. Its less expensive than other big names, yet works on stains, has nice fragrances, and a variety of products for the whole family. Im glad i use it and have saved a fortune on clothing, with stain removal and durabily most items can be passed on as our children grow. ;)