Friday, January 11, 2013

Purex Baby Detergent Review and Giveaway! (3 Winners) (CLOSED)

In November we were blessed with a new baby girl.  Like any mom, I want the best for her.  When I had my first baby, I was suckered into buying all of that expensive baby stuff and now with Ava, I know what I need and what I don't.  Well, with Bella and Sam, special baby detergent wasn't really a must have because they never had any issues with my normal detergent.  (I found that out after using a few bottles of the VERY expensive baby detergent - not naming any names, but you know which ones.)  Well, little Ava is another story.  She has already had several diaper rashes and rashes on her skin.  I've determined that the cheaper the better with diapers, since the expensive ones cause a bad diaper rash.  I've also discovered Purex Baby detergent to wash her clothes and that seems to be helping with the rashes on her skin.

You know me, I'm all for a good bargain, but like all mom's, my baby's health is way more important than saving a few bucks.  Well, I'm here to tell you that you can save money with Purex Baby and not sacrifice quality!  I've always been pleased with Purex products in the past.  They get my clothes clean at a fraction of the price of some of the other leading brands.  Well, this is true with Purex Baby detergent as well!  I love the light baby fresh scent of Ava's clothes and with the hypoallergenic formula of this detergent, Ava's skin is pretty and pink - not red and splotchy!  It's also great at getting those formula stains out of her clothing!  I'm anxious to see how well it works on baby food stains.


Gentle on Baby’s Skin. Tough on Baby’s Messes.

You want the best for your baby, and so do we. Purex Baby detergent is hypoallergenic, dermatologist-tested and formulated to be extra gentle on your little one’s sensitive skin. Purex Baby detergent leaves your baby’s clothes smelling fresh and clean, and won’t harm the flame resistance of sleepwear.

BUY IT:

Click here to use the store locator to find a store near you that sells Purex Baby.  It is not available in all stores just yet.

WIN IT:

Thanks to Purex, THREE lucky Adventures of a Thrifty Mommy readers will win a coupon good for a FREE bottle of Purex Baby detergent!  Click "Read more" and follow the Rafflecopter directions to enter.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 

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42 comments:

~SALLY~ said...

On really tough stains, I use Tide Stain Remover AND Oxy Stain Remover...the combination got some old, dried blood out of a piece of clothing. Worked GREAT!

Mary Kirkland said...

On greasy or tomato type stains I've learned if you get them in hot water and scrub some soap on them right away..the stain almost always comes out.

liberty boblett said...

I love Purex laundry detergent and Purex Color 2. I always add a little bit to my laundry to help w/hidden odors and to brighten colors!

Heather! said...

My best laundry tip is to start a load at night because rates are cheaper then. Always looking for the money savers! ;)

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Anonymous said...

I have no great laundry tips. But I have wanted to try this.

debijackson said...

put clothes in at night and soak overnight debbie jackson
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Aunt Maggie Rocks said...

I always cut my dryer sheets in half so they last twice as long! :)

Maggie True Armstrong
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mtbears819 said...

soak stain close before washing=Dorothy deakyne

Charlene S said...

Try to treat stains when they happen.

Renee Walters said...

Put a half cup of white vinegar in with your new clothes to set the color. It really works! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway and happy New Year!
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clc408 said...

I try to examine clothes before I put them in the laundry basket and use a laundry pre-treat stick on any stains I see.

scottsgal said...

I love the bath scents you can add now - they make laundry smell so fres
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Stephanie Larison said...

Get those grease stains out by rubbing in Dawn (dishsoap)

clynsg said...

Try to treat stains before they go into the basket, since it is likely that they will not be washed immediately.

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mscoffee77 said...

My tip is pre-treat a stain!

Carly H. said...

Always pre-treat stains.

Kris said...

pretreat your stains!! right away

Laura Jacobson said...

I cute my fabric softener sheets in 1/2 to help save money!

Emillie Rose said...

laundry sprays and separate colors!
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Gina Wildorchid said...

Vinegar makes a good softener! Entered the Rafflecopter form as "Wild Orchid"

Thanks for the chance to win!
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Jennifer said...

I use hydrogen peroxide to remove blood stains before putting them in the washer.

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Kristy Thiel said...

definitely use stain pre-treaters!

♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

never forget to check pockets before you do laundry
Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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lisa said...

soak stains asap

Jennifer Young said...

Do a load every day to keep up on it!

Giveaway Gal said...

Have your baby wear a bib at all times if they spit it up a lot. this will keep it from getting on clothes.

Sweeter the berry said...

Remember to get the clothes out of the washer within 2 hrs or it will stink.

one frugal lady said...

treat stains asap!
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Charlene said...

I pre-treat the stains & soak for 30 minutes before running the cycle.

susan1215 said...

Always pre-treat stains.

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yellowlabs said...

I wash in cold water to save energy

bac1 said...

dont clean white and darks together

c allen said...

my tip is to wash clothes in cold water, it keeps them from fading and shrinking thanks crystal

Kari Flores said...

Know your washer and dryer capacity. An over-filled washer does not get clothes very clean.

kathy pease said...

we take turns in our house doing laundry..which is a big help :)

Lisa Pecora said...

I always use cold water-less shrinking and cleans just as well

Sandy V. said...

I like to pre-treat anything with a stain. Purex is actually better at cleaning than some other brands.

Tricia316 said...

Sort your laundry TWICE before starting a load. Otherwise a red sock may be hiding in your whites.......I have learned this the hard way when everything in the load turned pink!
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Desirae Smith said...

Seperate your laundry into three loads: coloreds, whites, and jeans/towels!

faboosh said...

My only tip is to tear dryer sheets in half so your box lasts longer and the clothes dont smell as strong

Gianna said...

I do a few loads a day so i'm not overwhelmed.

Taryn Cain said...

Make your own laundry detergent. Its really easy and way cheaper.