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Purex Baby Detergent Giveaway

You know this mom loves Purex products!!  The cost, the cleaning, and the smell all get two thumbs up for me.  Have you tried the new and  improved Purex for Baby Detergent?

Thank-you to Purex for sending me the item to review.  All opinions are 100% mine and I was not paid for this review.  

Gentle on Baby’s Skin. Tough on Baby’s Messes.

You want the best for your baby, and so do we. Purex Baby detergent is hypoallergenic, dermatologist-tested and formulated to be extra gentle on your little one’s sensitive skin. Purex Baby detergent leaves your baby’s clothes smelling fresh and clean, and won’t harm the flame resistance of sleepwear.

My Review:
The product works great in my machine and it cleans my two children's clothes great. Even with a son who is older but still occasionally has a diaper blow out, makes me happy to report that his clothes were left clean so I do recommend this product.  It is unscented but the best part is being gentle on your kids skins!  :) 

The best part is this item is more affordable then majority of all other baby detergents!!  

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Maria B. said…
Vomit chunks after lunchtime.
debijackson said…
black raspberries debbie jackson
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com
Nicole said…
Carrots. That orange stains everything.
Poopie stains!

Maggie True Armstrong
maggie at pdclarion dot com
Meghan said…
I also entered your Floppets contest.
Laura Jacobson said…
Oh carrots and squash are difficult!
Rachel said…
I think the worst is spit up that is on clothes that have been stored for a long time.
Aly said…
Worst stains have been my son's formula spit ups. So hard to get out!

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