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Well, well, well….just when I thought Purex had already invented the greatest thing ever to hit my laundry room (Purex Crystals, I never have fewer than 3 bottles in my laundry room at any given moment), the company has knocked my socks off (and cleaned them!) again. And this time, they are saving me tons and tons of time with sorting laundry.
May I present to you Purex® No Sort™ for Colors. This detergent is the reason why I can stop sorting laundry. For good. For real.
I never realized how much time it took me to sort through all the laundry in our house before each wash. I also never realized how many extra loads of laundry I was doing because I thought I was supposed to sort out all the pinks and reds for one load, all the dark colors for another load, all the light colors for another load, and all the whites for another load. I would often have maybe 3/4 of a load in any one category, but I’d go ahead just so that I could check that thing off my list, only to be right back at it the next day or the day after.
And now? My laundry routine is FAST. Like, it kind of blows my mind how fast it is. See this pile?
This is the pile the accumulated after 3 days of not washing clothes. It goes all the way to the back of the bed, so it is really quite large. If I had sorted this, it would have been 4 loads of laundry. With Purex® No Sort™ for Colors, I got it all done in two loads because I was able to fill each load to capacity with whatever I wanted.
It was SO awesome. I can tell you after having this product in my home for about 10 days now that I don’t do laundry as often and when I do go in there to tackle laundry, it gets done so much faster.
And are my whites discolored at all? Not one little bit! Purex® No Sort™ for Colors has dye transfer inhibitors in it, and that will prevent color bleeding that you might be currently sorting all of your loads in an effort to prevent.
Can I make a suggestion, friend to friend? Head to Walmart and pick up a bottle for yourself to try out. Go fast because it’s flying off the shelves!
If you have something with very vivid colors that has never been washed, it’s probably a good idea to keep it separated for the first handful of washes. But after that, let Purex® No Sort™ for Colors take care of it for you, and just throw it in with whatever else needs to be washed. This is #LaundrySimplified, and I’m absolutely loving it!
Don’t Fear the Color
In fact, I realized that I was saving so much time on my laundry routine throughout the course of the week that I had the time over the weekend to go do something really fun for me, and something that would bring a little color to my own home. We headed to a local nursery to find some colorful plants and a pretty door mat to help our front porch, which was pretty much dying from a lack of color. I mean, just look at it. So sad…
Thinking of my new favorite detergent, I said to the salesperson helping us, “We want to mix up some different colors all together!”. She helped us put this together for our front porch, and it has certainly brought some life to the front of the house, and I can see it through the window every time I come down the stairs. It’s like having fresh flowers on hand every single day. 🙂
I also found a beautiful WASHABLE door mat. And I kid you not, when I picked it out and showed it to Tim he said, “That’s going to get dirty fast,” to which I replied, “But it’s washable!” And then he said, “I’d be worried about those colors bleeding together.” JOKE’S ON YOU, TIM. That’s how people used to think about laundry back in the day. But that’s just not how it works anymore! And that colorful, washable rug is now at the entrance to my home, getting a little bit dirtier every day, and a little bit closer to its upcoming rendezvous with Purex® No Sort™ for Colors.
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What do you think about this new product from Purex? Think it might save you a ton of time in the laundry room, too?