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Fels-Naptha Review and Giveaway

Purex Fels-Naptha is a powerful laundry bar that works overtime to remove greasy, oily stains, perspiration, and ring-around-the-collar. With over 100 years of removing America’s stains, you can rest assured that this laundry bar knows how to tackle your toughest stains.
All you’ve got to do is rub the stain with a wet bar of Purex Fels-Naptha and let it sit for a few minutes. Then wash your clothes as you normally would and say farewell to tough stains for good.

My Review:
I recieved a free sample of Fels-Naptha from the Purex Insiders team to conduct a review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are my own. 

I was more excited to use this laundry bar as one of the ingredients in homemade laundry soup but I never made the time to try that recipe yet.  Instead I have used it as a laundry booster.  It's a great addition to the laundry soap and is good for anyone with sensitive skin.  

I love the versatility of Fels-Naptha since it can be used as a pre-treater, stain remover, and laundry booster.  

I recommend just grating the entire bar of soap when you get it instead of for each use.  It is much easier to grab and go with it grated then spending a few minutes grating it again when your in the laundry shuffle rush!  

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D Cheatle said…
I use it all the time! It's one of the ingredients in my homemade laundry detergent. I also use it on stains and I use it to make a detergent for scrubbing carpets!
Emi said…
I shave the bar down with a cheese grater and either add it to commercial laundry detergent or use it as part of homemade laundry detergent. This stuff should sell itself as it has been around for generations and works great.

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