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Purex Crystals for Baby Review


Living quite a distance from a big city our water is terrible, making fabric softener just about a necessity. For some reason though my washing machine does don't have a place for fabric softener. We have tried the liquids, but lets face it sometimes you can't hit the spin cycle on time. We tried the balls that hold the liquid, those don't work right either. Fabric sheets work great but don't give that nice scent that I love! Recent I was introduced to Purex Crystals for Baby. Now I know what you are thinking....but I don't have a baby! That is the great thing about this product. It is good not only for people with little babies around but also for people with small children. The scent is light but really nice and easy on even the most sensitive skin. It is easy to use, just throw in with  your detergent at the beginning of the wash cycle. We also have pets and it really help to keep the hair from attracting to the clothing after being washed. Here is a great list of more positive things about Purex Crystal for Baby.
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*I received the above mentioned product as part of the Purex Insiders Program. Regardless all views are those of my own and were in no way influenced.

Comments

I used to use their baby detergent for my oldest son, we no longer have babies but still use Purex.
Amanda said…
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This sounds like a great product. I will have to try it!!

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