Saturday, April 16, 2016

Purex Plus Clorox2 Review

I'm a Purex Social Insider and as a social insider I get to try various free full sized products for free and give my honest opinion.

This time I'll be reviewing Purex Plus Clorox2 Detergent. I was sent a free full sized bottle and   I also have three free Products coupons to  give away to my Blog readers. Rafflecopter will pick three winners and these coupons will be mailed to you at your address.

I was very thrilled to get my package and above all I like very clean and fresh clothes in my closet and lots of  clean kitchen towels in my kitchen cabinet.I just can't stubborn stains and I do everything to get rid of them.









































The following Challenge from Purex Community for the participants of this review:

1. What's the Toughest Stain that you had to tackle: My answer to that would be Turmeric. Turmeric is a very healthy spice and gives a nice golden color to the food but it also is a very hard stain to tackle and looks awful on clothes and it doesn't go away easily. People in my household somehow manage to smudge their clothes more when I use turmeric.

2. Purex Plus Clorox2 works on 100 Stains, was there any rare stain?: I'll say that Turmeric is still the rare stain that I have tackled because it is not very widely used and very few people know about it and/or use it.I myself use it very rarely.

3. Do I have any tips to tackle stain?: Yes, Sure I do. Try to start the process of washing as soon as possible and don't let the stain sit on clothes for too long. Pre treat the stained areas by applying detergent but gently rub only that area so that the stain doesn't spread to other parts.

Little info about this product:

Purex Plus Clorox 2 comes in 2 Scents~ Original Fresh and Sunny Linen  (I got to try the Sunny Linen). Purex Clorox Plus 2 is safe for colors and bleach free. It contains 3 Stain fighting enzymes to remove 100 stains.It removes starchy stains like Chocolate and Tomato Sauce.It removes Protein based stains like blood.It also removes stains that use guar gum like BBQ sauce and ice cream.


I used  to remove turmeric stain from my white Kitchen towel.At first I  pre-treated the stain by pouring some detergent on the stained area and then I gently rubbed that with my fingers so that the stain doesn't get spread . According to the directions on the bottle we should leave the  detergent on for 5 minutes but I waited for a slightly longer time.

Then off it went in to my washer. The stain was gone when it came out of the washer.



































































The Turmeric Stain is gone. I did have to put it in the stain cycle for extra time because Turmeric stain is a very stubborn stain and doesn't easily go away but good thing is it go away so this detergent did work on it.

Next I tried this with Mustard Stain.
























Mustard Stain was mostly gone by pre-treatment itself and I left the detergent for 5 minutes before  putting it in the washer.




















This is a after washing picture of my kitchen towel.

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Disclaimer: All the pictures and opinions are mine in this review and I didn't receive any Monetary compensation  but I did receive a free full sized product.


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15 comments:

deidre coffey said...

I have a hard time with Addie's clothes. Especially chocolate!!!

mletso11 said...

I hate all stains, but grease stains really bother me and ruin clothes. Just one spot of butter while eating crab legs can ruin a shirt!

Courtney South said...

I have such a hard time with Braxtons clothes, in fact I threw a onesie away because I tried for four times to get it out! I have loved Purex products so interested to try this!!

Courtney South said...

Breast fed poop stains and now eating some solid food is awful!!

Wendy said...

My hubby always manages to get something on his shirt while eating, no matter how careful he is! I already use Purex since you introduced me to it last year, so this will be the perfect companion to finish the stain removal process. I certainly don't want to get rid of his clothes so I am excited to try Purex Plus Clorox2!

Rose-Marie said...

The worst are cleaning clothing that was worn for working on the storage bin or garage. Purex is my absolute favorite. I often soak items for a couple of days, then wash. It works good.

Kristy Wolfgang said...

I don't like arm pit stains. Ewe!!

Karen Rosenick said...

Baby stains are the worst.

TOYYA Waller said...

Getting mud and dirt stains out of my kids clothes

TOYYA Waller said...

Getting mud and dirt stains out of my kids clothes is the worst

LauraJJ said...

Oh for me its the spaghetti sauce stains! Never fails...I always seem to get some on me!

Vickie Kulp said...

I have LOTS of t-shirts. The white ones usually turn dull or get yellowish stains around neck even though my neck is clean! ha ha I'd like to try this on those t-shirts.

Hillary said...

I think grass stains are the worst!

Amie George said...

My kids play baseball and grass and mud stains are so hard to get out of their uniform

Bethany Cook said...

For me grass stains are the worst, my kids are always getting their clothes stained up with grass stains and I cant ever get them out :(