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Purex Natural Elements


Hi Neighbors!

We have another exciting new fragrance from Purex to review!  This one is called Purex Natural Elements.  It is a Tropical Splash scented liquid detergent.  With a combined fragrance of pineapple, coconut and distant flowers you will feel like going on a tropical vacation. Because it is from the Natural Elements line the formula is gentle enough for sensitive skin.  The biodegradable formula promotes green cleaning practices.

Purex Natural Elements, Tropical Splash is hypoallergenic and dye free.  It packs the cleaning power of Purex with DirtLift Action.  It is available in 50, 75 and 100 oz. sizes.



This should be perfect for my daughter who is sensitive to many soaps and detergents.  It should still have enough clean power to remove some of my toughest stains.  Like I said in a previous post, with all this snow melting we are ending up with mud everywhere, including our clothing.  Of course dogs leaping on us while outside doesn't help any!

Now, how many of my neighbors would like to try out the new Purex Natural Elements Tropical Splash scented laundry detergent?  That is GREAT, because 2 of you will each receive a coupon for a free bottle of Purex Natural Elements Tropical Splash.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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Comments

Sandra VanHoey said…
We do 5-6 loads a week
DEBIJOT said…
I usually do 2 to 3 loads a week.
D Cheatle said…
Usually 4 or 5

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Darlene said…
3-4 loads a week
scottsgal said…
during baseball season from now until August - daily
lknott said…
We do three to four loads of laundry a week, depending on the week!!
Carmen said…
Around 4 to five, depending on the time of year
carolwegs said…
I do at least 15 loads a week. Af few less in the summer. thanks
DShope said…
I do around two loads a week.
LauraJJ said…
Oh we do about 12 a week here.
Shelley P said…
I do about 14 loads a week.
Wanda McHenry said…
3 loads, sometimes 4
Julie said…
6 loads a week
thanks
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JLT said…
I wash about 4 small loads a week!
Angela Saver said…
Usually 6 to 8 loads per week.

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Tami Valentine said…
We do at least 5 loads a week.
Unknown said…
8 loads per week :)
Allison Downes said…
about 10

thanks for the chance to win!
lmurley2000 said…
i do about 14 loads a week

lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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