The Cleaning Power of Purex


My life is full of stains, both literally and implicitly.  I would bet that all of our lives are.  While we may work to address the “dirt” in our lives, it is nice to know that there is one sure fire away to clean away some of that “dirt.”  Purex and Clorox have teamed together to bring you the best dirt fighting detergent on the market.

Purex® plus Clorox2 detergent is specially formulated with Clorox 2® stain-fighting enzymes to remove the toughest stains. Works with all washing machines, including High-Efficiency (HE).  It works to fight 100 stains, contains a powerful boost of Clorox 2® stain fighters, and safe for colors (contains no chlorine bleach). So we decided to test it out.

Even as a 40 plus year old, I still manage to drop things on my clothing.   As an Italian food loving family, you can imagine I am always dropping red sauce on my clothing.  In the past i have had to pre-treat the stains just to even begin to treat it.  It typically took us to two washes just to get the stain out.  With the Purex plus Clorox2, I do not have to worry about putting in the extra time.  In one wash this is what happened:



The color stayed in tact and it is super clean!  And with no pre-treating!

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It also came out easily with our white dishclothes.

If you have some tough stains that need treating, they recommend that you pre-treat by applying some detergent directly to stains and rub into fabric. Allow formula to sit on stains for 5 minutes. For added power, use ¾ cap of detergent in wash.

Purex with Clorox2 is a great stain fighting detergent, and it comes in two scents:  Original Fresh and Sunny Linen!  If you are looking for something that works, then pick up a bottle of this.  Be sure to check out our Facebook post.  All likes will be entered into a contest to win a free coupon.  Winner will be contacted through social media.  Giveaway ends May 30.

So what kind of stains do you feel are hard to deal with?

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Disclaimer:  I was provided with a bottle of Purex to test.  All opinions presented are 100% mine and were in no way influenced by the promoters.  No compensation was received for this post. 

19 thoughts on “The Cleaning Power of Purex

  1. alison says:

    Mustard is the one thing I have had the hardest time removing from clothes especially white pants! But I may need to try this and see if it gets it out!

  2. efabuloushb says:

    I am really impressed you have white dish towels. Lol. I have given up on having white linens of any kind because the stain remover I was using was truly lackluster. Thanks for the heads up on this product.

  3. Jeanine says:

    Love purex its one of the only things we use in our house for cleaning stains out of clothes! it’s really great and works like a charm.

  4. Dora Clemons says:

    I am a lover or all things clean when it comes to my laundry, but for my family we just can’t use Purex. 😦 Everyone broke out with a rash and I had to throw out a ton of it. I love the way some of the scents smell, but beyond that I am unable to enjoy the savings that come with buying it.

  5. Elizabeth O. says:

    Purex is a staple in our home, it really is great for stains! It’s especially helpful when you have kids who just can’t seem to resist making a mess!

  6. Nicole Escat says:

    I heard a lot of good things about Purex, I am not sure if it is available in our area but when I see one, I’m sure to buy it.

  7. Danne Reed says:

    I love Purex, this brand is very tough on stains and I like it because I don’t have to worry anymore.

  8. Kari Jonard says:

    This is great! I struggled with a grease stain a few weeks ago and finally got it out after scrubbing with a bunch of hand soap.

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