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Purex detergent plus Fabric Softener with Crystals Fragrance

We all know how much laundry a mother does! It doesn't matter if you have one child or 6 kids it seems like it is just never ending, either that or it breeds I am not yet sure. Recently as part of the Purex Insiders Program I was given the chance to review Purex detergent plus Fabric Softener with Crystals Fragrance. I always love the new and creative things that Purex is always coming out with. This new product has Dirt Lift action, which is really exciting as the gardening season gets going in full force. Maybe it is a weird thing....
okay most likely a weird thing, but my first impression of a laundry soap always comes from smell. When I opened this new soap with crystals fragrance I was expecting a strong scent. It was actually quite a light scent, which is good because as I have mentioned before to much scent is bad for my middles sons skin. Lucky for me I had several load of laundry available when this product arrived, so I started my laundry machine right up. It was simple to use just add a cap to the wash and watch it go. I was shocked when the laundry came out that the scent was actually much more noticeable, but still not overwhelming. as far as the Dirt Lift action I did not notice any difference from the traditional laundry soap I had been using. All together though it is a great product. 
If you are a prior reader you know the great part of being in the Purex Insiders group is that I get 3 product coupons to give away to my readers. I have added these to our Spring Cleaning Giveaway! So head over HERE and make sure to enter for a chance to win a big prize package of great products. Also don't miss out on the Purex Sweepstakes going on new!
 *The Purex Brand provided me with a sample of Purex detergent plus Fabric Softener with Crystals Fragrance in exchange for a product review. However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.**

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I was just going to try Purex for the first time, thank you for a great review it helps me know I am making a good change.

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