We recently rearranged my son’s room and added more foxes (more on this soon). Unfortunately, Bug gets nosebleeds in the middle of the night and of course he has had 3 on his new bedding in the last few weeks. I have tried several stain removers and have had modest success with the stains. I had just gotten a bottle of Purex with Oxi and I gave it the 2 am bloody nose test. How did it do?
Purex plus Oxi liquid detergent claims to remove tough stains-101 of them apparently! Well lets just say at 2 in the morning I didn’t follow the ‘Pour a little Purex onto the stain, and then rub the stained fabric together using your fingers. After waiting firve minutes, wash as normal’ part to the T. Try ‘dump a bunch on stained pillow case, ball up so it doesn’t dribble all over the floor. Ignore until reasonable hour’. And guess what—-once washed I couldn’t find the stain! I could see a trace of one from the last time but not this new one! Yipee!
I have tried it for a few weeks now as a stain remover and as a regular detergent. As a regular laundry detergent I would say its cleaning power meets my expectations (but I am a regular Purex user). As a stain remover I was impressed with most stains but I will still be keeping a few other pre-treaters on hand as it hasn’t removed all my stains, all the way, all the time. But to be honest I think i expected that. Different stains work better with different types of removers and I am ok with that. The reason I like Purex is it has a great price, goes on sale often, has coupons AND it works well!
Now for the exciting part Purex has launched a contest (link here), Bid Adieu to Stains and Win. One person will win $500.00 and 50 people will win a voucher for a free bottle of Purex plus Oxi. Sounds great right? It gets better—-I have vouchers for 2 of my readers to win a bottle as well.
Open to Canadians