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New Purex Crystals for Baby Review and Giveaway



Thank-you Purex for providing me with a sample of Purex Crystas for baby in exchange for a product review.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine, and I was not paid for this review.  

I have always been a huge fan of the Purex Crystals but now with the Purex Crystals for Baby I am even more excited!  You use these baby crystals just like the other Crystals.  

Gentle formulat, long lasting freshness
- Baby-inspired fragrance
-hypoallergenic
-dye free
- Natural Formula (87% natural)

My baby might be nearing age 2 but he is still my baby and I still enjoy finding safe products to use!  I reviewed the other Purex Crystals over a year ago and you can read that review: HERE

I enjoy all the scents of the crystals and the baby one is no different, it smells great.  If you are expecting, have a baby or child, or just like safer products then you need to try Purex Crystals for Baby.  

Enter to win a coupon for a free bottle of Purex Crystals for Baby.  Use the easy rafflecopter form below.  GOOD LUCK!  

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Comments

debijackson said…
i made a quilt and the red color run and destroyed the whole thing first time it was laundered.
Maria K said…
I don't really have any big fiascos - my I have to say infant iron supplements are soo hard to get out.
Let's just say I've turned my husband underwear pink more than once. LOL!!!

Maggie True Armstrong
maggie at pdclarion dot com
D Cheatle said…
Lipstick. A brand new tube left in my daughters hoodie pocket. The hoodie was white. The whole load was white. The lipstick was NOT. It turned the entire load a lovely shade of pink. Not a pretty pink either, lol.
bkennedy said…
I accidentally throwed my babies shirt in with the towels and bleached it an awful color of orange! EEKKK!
tess said…
I washed mu husbands phone and wallet many times and passport once.
Sam Stamp said…
We live an apt and use a laundry card to pay for our laundry. I dropped out laundry card in the laundry and sent it through the washer
Unknown said…
My husband helped me...once. He thought he'd wash things I don't normally wash every week...and put a red throw rug from in front of the kitchen sink in with socks, jackets, sweaters,sports uniforms, etc...on warm... everything turned out hot pink... I never did get the color out...and ended up buying 2 new baseball uniforms for my son.. ugh.

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