I have an awesome new laundry detergent to share with you from Purex called the No Sort for Colors! It has what they call Anti-Color Transfer Technology. What does that mean? Well, for starters, it means three things:
1.) Helps keep dyes from transferring onto other fabrics
2.) Simplifies your routine so you can avoid extra loads
3.) Same bright clean performance of Purex liquid detergent
I really loved this new detergent! I don't know about you, but when my husband decides to "help me" and does the laundry, I never know what to expect. If he happens to throw something white in with something red, well, it comes out pink! Has that happened to you? Or maybe you did it yourself and are beating yourself up over it? I have done that, too. So, now, I can rest a little easier because Purex has made it a little less complicated.
Here's a few quick questions and answers:
How does the Anti-Color-Transfer Technology™ in Purex® No Sort™ for Colors work?
When washing your colors, dyes can often bleed, or transfer, from your darker colored garments onto the lighter ones in the wash. Our new Anti-Color-Transfer Technology™, exclusive to Purex® No Sort™ for Colors, traps loose dyes in the wash, and does not let them settle onto other fabrics. When your wash cycle finishes, the trapped dye is simply washed down the drain along with the water – leaving your clothes bright and clean.
Does Purex® No Sort™ for Colors prevent color transfer for all laundry types?
We designed Purex® No Sort™ for Colors for washing mixed color laundry loads. But despite all the innovation it does not perform miracles. So we strongly suggest that with any new or strongly colored fabrics, that you wash these separately 5 times before combining them with mixed colors and using Purex® No Sort™ for Colors. Also be sure to check your label for any special care instructions. Purex® No Sort™ for Colors does not eliminate the need to dry clean particular clothing.
You are going to love the look of your clothes and other washables when you use this detergent. I have washed all of my area rugs (the ones that can be washed) and a load of towels and both loads came out beautifully! I even mixed up the rugs with different colors and types of fabric. I figured they would be something I could experiment on and not get stressed if something went wrong, but it didn't.
The beige & brown coffee cup kitchen rug came out clean without any blue being transferred from my blue and white rugs that I have all over the house. It also worked wonders on the load of towels. And all I used was about what the cap has in it above. I used the same amount in both loads and it got everything totally clean!
Please note a word of caution from Purex:
* Purex® No Sort™ detergent is packed with innovation, but it can’t perform miracles, so please follow these words of advice: wash strongly colored fabrics or new pieces of clothing, especially jeans, separately at least 5 times before doing a mixed color load with Purex® No Sort™ detergent.
Check out the YouTube video that I got off of Purex's website:
The Purex brand was founded in Los Angeles, California in 1922 and, for 90 years, has been known as the laundry brand that consumers trust to provide the most value for the money. Over the years, the company has grown from a single product—liquid chlorine bleach sold in amber pint jars—to the almost two dozen laundry products sold under the Purex brand name today. Moreover, along the way, Purex has been a leader in sustainability and developing eco-friendly products.
Purex is running a new Sweepstakes for you to enter called The Rules Have Changed with NEW Purex® No Sort™ for Colors Detergent Sweepstakes. Enter for your chance to WIN $1,000 & a year’s supply of this game-changing NEW detergent, so you can avoid extra laundry loads. Just click on the above link I provided and enter to win!