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Purex® plus Clorox 2®

NEW Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent combines Purex® DirtLift™ power w/ an extra boost from Clorox 2®

Having a husband who works as a machinist, and raising kids who love to be outdoors, I have come across some of the worst stains ever. From oil and chemical dyes from my husbands work, to blood, sap, and natural dyes like grass and pollen, I can’t even begin to tell you my worst. I do know the oil based stains seemed to be hardest to get out, and using a bleach or other harsh chemical either wears your clothing out faster or is not safe for your colors. Purex® plus Clorox 2® has the added dirt lifting power Purex is known for as well as the color safe Clorox 2 to get the tougher, oil based stains easily and since there is no bleach its safer on your fabric. I have been a huge fan of Purex most of my adult life. Its a brand I trust and personally use. My personal use of Purex is actually what got me involved with the Purex Insiders program, which allows me to offer these great giveaways.

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Recently my gram moved in with me and she has extremely thin skin. Seems she is always getting a nick here or there or catching herself on something. She likes using white sheets or light colored pastels. I try to change out and wash her sheets every couple days because she also has very dry skin and I feel like it flakes off while she’s sleeping, and after a couple days just feel like it needs done, but anyways, there is almost always little spots of blood. Sometimes she will tell me and I will get to it right away, but sometimes she doesn’t even notice and I don’t see it till I go to take all her bedding off. I usually use an oxy stick to pre-treat any kind of blood or other stains, no matter what detergent I use or if it has oxy in it or not, but this last time, I decided to see if I could use the Purex plus Clorox 2 to pretreat it then wash. These sheets were a light blue, so I didn’t want to use a bleach and I honestly wanted to see if it would wash out in the wash. Well, I didn’t even get it in the wash. Simply putting a few drops of the Purex plus Clorox2 and rubbing the fabric together to get it into the stain was enough. It had almost taken the stain out and I hadn’t even made it to the washing machine yet. I proceeded to wash as normal and when it was all done, the little blood spots were all gone. Next time I wash her sheets, I am going to try and remember to not pretreat with anything to see if they come out easily or not. Usually they leave a little light brownish colored stain if I don’t pre-treat and even sometimes when I do, if it’s been awhile or I missed it the first time, there was no hint of color or any indication there was ever any kind of stain there to begin with. This is one major reason I am a huge fan of Purex. Even when you don’t have time to pre-treat or mess with sorting, such as separating colors for my husbands work clothes, I can still count on the stains being removed without bleach or other additives. Purex plus Clorox 2 seems to be the trick.

FAQ:

Can Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent be used in a High Efficiency Front Load washing machines?
Yes, Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent has been specially formulated to work in High Efficiency machines as well as standard top-loading washing machines.

What makes Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent different from base Purex®?
Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent contains an extra powerful boost of Clorox 2® stain fighting enzymes. As a result, it works on 100 different stains!

Can I use Purex® plus Clorox 2® on all types of laundry?
Yes, Purex® plus Clorox 2® detergent is safe for colors and contains no bleach. As always, be sure to follow the directions on garment labels.

Should I still use Clorox® chlorine bleach and/or Clorox 2® stain remover & color booster with my laundry?
Yes, using Purex® and Clorox® together will deliver even better results. We recommend using Clorox liquid bleach with white clothes and Clorox 2® for laundry with colors.

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    • Lynne B on January 25, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    Underarm stains on white t-shirts are the most difficult for me to clean. I need to keep an eye out for more detergent giveaways!

    • Donna Culbreth on May 6, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    Mud stains from sloshing in pastures are the worse stains

    • tat2gurlzrock on May 6, 2016 at 10:17 am

    Spaghetti sauce stains are the worst!

    • Lesley F on May 5, 2016 at 6:46 pm

    I always have problems with chocolate stains

    • Brandon Sparks on May 5, 2016 at 5:26 pm

    when my son got mustard all over himself.. what a mess

  1. Red wine and grass stains are really hard to get out.

    • richelle bowers on May 4, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    pit stains are the worst

    • Juana Esparza on May 2, 2016 at 10:29 pm

    I’m always getting my clothes stained with tomato sauce.

  2. We use Clorox 2 already with out Purex. Having it combined saves us money!

    • rochelle haynes on April 28, 2016 at 7:18 am

    Grease stains are the worst to me

    • Vera K on April 27, 2016 at 5:57 pm

    Blueberries is one of the worst stains!

    • Realia M on April 27, 2016 at 11:12 am

    grass stains are just awful!

    • Kat on April 27, 2016 at 7:29 am

    Grease stains from cooking are my worst stains.

  3. I would have to say the toughest stains are the sports related. With two active boys, they are always getting tough stains.

    • mita on April 19, 2016 at 11:39 am

    Food and grass stains

    • Julie Murphy on April 18, 2016 at 6:12 am

    I hate football grass stains.

    • Jessica on April 14, 2016 at 11:40 pm

    The worst stain is the baby food stains on my daughter’s clothes. She is a really messy eater, so everything gets stained. Hopefully this would help keep her clothes looking clean 🙂

    • Kelly Nicholson on April 13, 2016 at 8:52 pm

    Tell me about one of the worst stains you have ever dealt with or how you feel Purex Plus Clorox2 can help your laundry routine?

    i find coffee stains to be the worst for me

  4. Oil and grease stains are very difficult for me to clean.

    • LauraJJ on April 11, 2016 at 3:28 pm

    Oh for me its the mud! The kids love to play outside, and always seem to find the mud. 🙂 I would love this to help!

  5. grape juice stain on my grandson’s clothing is the worst that I had to deal with.

    • David on April 8, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    Ink stains are so difficult that I don’t even try anymore. If I get ink on a shirt, I just use it as a mowing shirt or painting shirt.

    • Jessica To on April 7, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    The worst stains usually involve food grease on our shirts.

    • Donna Cheatle on April 7, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    Some of the worst stains I’ve ever dealt with have been on my hubby’s clothes. He does a lot of work in the garden once Spring arrives. I swear he’s got to be rolling around in the dirt! Our soil has a lot of clay in it, so it’s taken him a number of years to get the soil in good condition to grow great food. That translates to a lot of stains over the years, lol

    • Lauren on April 7, 2016 at 2:55 pm

    Ink is my worst stain.

    • Andrea Williams on April 7, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    My biggest stains usually have to do with cooking grease or food based stains.

    • Amy Orvin on April 6, 2016 at 7:23 pm

    The worst stain I ever dealt with was trying to remove an oil stain. It just would not come out.

  6. One of the worst stains I have dealt with is beet juice spilled on my white blouse.Ugh!!
    This is so hard to get out.

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