Friday, March 4, 2011

Purex Crystals {Giveaway}



Recently, I was picked to be a Purex Insider. This is something I was very excited about since Purex is the laundry detergent we use all the time. They have come out with a new product that I am so excited to tell you about: Purex Crystals


Purex Crystals Softner are 92% natural a purer way to get laundry that smells clean and fresh for weeks. 92% natural, this product’s unique crystal form works differently than traditional oil-based softeners that coat fabrics with oily residue, because it infuses fibers with long-lasting fragrance. In addition, since you add it directly with your laundry, this means no more waiting for the rinse cycle, no messy residual gunk in your washing machine, and no more stains from spilling liquid fabric softener.


[How it's used]
It's really easy to use Purex Crystals, add them to your washer at the start of your wash cycle.

[How it works]
The Purex Cyrstals dissolve to infuse your fabrics with the wonderful smells. Over time, traditional oil-based softeners coat fibers causing harmful oily residue to accumulate. Purex Complete Crystals Softeners penetrate fabrics to reduce fiber entanglement and smooth frayed fibers providing a naturally soft feel.


[Why it's different]
It's safe for ALL fabrics. Purex Crystals will not harm, wear down or discolor your fabrics. They will:

• Preserve the flame retardant benefits of your children’s clothes
• Retain your athletic wear’s wicking ability which draws sweat away from your body
• Maintain your towels’ built-in ability to absorb water
• Keep your white clothing from yellowing and graying vs. using traditional softeners

[Scents]
Fresh Spring Water, Lavender Blossom and Tropical Splash
[Price]
Suggested Retail Price is $3.99-$5.99 depending on the retailer and these can be found in food, drug and mass retailers nationwide. In every bottle there are 32 or 64 loads. There is a $1.00 off coupon listed on the Purex Crystals site right now.

{Giveaway}

THREE lucky readers will will a bottle of Purex Crystals

{How to enter}

1. Go to the Purex Crystals site and tell me one thing about Purex Crystals you learned, then come back and leave a comment here.

2. Tweet about this giveaway, then come back and leave a comment: "I registered to win 92% natural Purex Crystal with @domesticprncs. If you want to win too go to http://tinyurl.com/67rthff and tell her something you learned" (Once per day)

3. Become a follower of The Domestic Princess on Facebook and come back and leave a comment


 **Don't forget to leave an email address so I can get a hold of the winners**

Also, Purex is having a contest to see who can get the most clicks to the Purex Crystals site. There is a cash prize, this could really help with the IVF Fund so if you wouldn't mind giving this a click for me:

CLICK HERE

The giveway ends Sunday March 13 at Midnight.

**Winners: Eric.Patrice, Angie, Claudia. All winners have been contacted and have 48 hours to get back with me**

13 comments:

erin.patrice said...

I've learned that when you coat something in oil it prevents it from absorbing water. that = no sweat absorbancy. which = nasty smelly self.

Katie J. said...

I learned that traditional fabric softeners are oil-based, which can coat fabrics...I did not know that.

Katie J. said...

I'm also a follower of Domestic Princess on FB.

mk1110 said...

I love that, according to one review, it works so well with well water.

mk1110 said...

I'm also a FB fan :)

Anonymous said...

The only softener that don't use flammable oils and is safe to use on children's clothes

Sarah said...

Grrr why did it come up an anonymous?!? Also a FB fan (since everyone else is mentioning)

katychick said...

it goes in at the start of the wash
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Angie said...

Purex crystals are 92% natural
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Angie said...

RT'd giveaway: http://twitter.com/#!/angiewith3/status/46022546985979905
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Claudia said...

I learned that Purex Complete Crystals it's the first major fabric softener that is 100% safe to use on children's sleepwear since it does not interfere with the flame retardant qualities
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Claudia said...

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Claudia said...

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