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Purex Natural Elements Review and Giveaway

The weekend is here again which can only mean one thing.....nope it is not time to party those days are behind us. It is time to catch up on laundry *sigh*. If you are like me you swear time and time again that you aren't going to let your laundry get away from you, let those stains and smells collect all over your laundry pile. Luckily Purex has just the detergent I needed to make this weekend just a little more tropical.
Recently in the mail I received a bottle of Purex Natural Elements as part of the Purex Insiders program. When I opened it to start my first load of laundry this weekend I couldn't believe how good it smelled! I have mentioned before that I love to smell laundry Yeah you know you do it to don't judge ;) The new Purex Natural Elements is a scent that I hadn't smelled before in a laundry detergent. I am going to say it is kind of a pineapple coconut mix. Anyways enough about the smell :) This laundry soap is perfect for my middle son who has severe skin condition! It is dye free and made with natural products where possible. Like most laundry soaps it was really easy to use, simply add a capful to the wash and off you go! It cleaned really well with the new dirt lift technology. When I threw it in the dryer was the biggest surprise. I was outside pulling weeds and I could smell the tropical smell coming from the dryer vent. Mmmmm...........The people at Purex want to share this experience with you. I have 3 product coupons to give away to one lucky winner! Just enter on the rafflecopter below for a chance to win!

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Daisy said…
Thank you, Awesome giveaway!

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