Purex Crystals in Fresh Mountain Breeze Scent

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Keeping a nice & clean home is something I take great pride in as a home owner and a wife. Every day I am cleaning or organizing something and I am always looking for new products to make my cleaning life a little bit easier.

One of the areas that I am a fanatic about is having clean and fresh smelling laundry. I like my whites to look white, my colors to be bright and I don’t like seeing any darks, fading. In addition, when my laundry comes out of the washer & dryer, it better smell clean!

Let me introduce you to the Purex Crystals in a brand new fragrance called Fresh Mountain Breeze. Now you can infuse your laundry with long-lasting freshness that will last for weeks, not days!

The Purex Crystals is a natural formula that is safe for your family and the environment. It smells like you are standing in the middle of the mountains, the breeze is going and you catch a light whiff of some wildflowers growing nearby. The fragrance brings back a lot of fond vacation memories for me of when hubby & I used to travel up to the Pocono Mountains.

Each bottle comes with a removable cap that is marked with small, medium and large measuring lines so you know how many Purex Crystals to pour into the cap, per the size of your laundry load. You do not want to put this product in your liquid fabric softener dispenser and it should be tossed right in with your laundry.

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After receiving the product I immediately started using it. We have well water here at our home which is very hard which I am not fond of. I tossed in our household laundry with some liquid Purex detergent and added the Purex Crystals. It smelled so good just being poured from the bottle.

Once it was done washing, I took it out and tossed it all into my dryer. I did NOT use any type of “dryer” products like dryer sheets, etc. Just tossed them in and walked away. An hour later I came back, removed them and started folding up my laundry. Oh my gosh, everything smelled so good, felt super soft and I had no static cling!

Now for the real test…I put my towels and linens away into our linen closet. Every time I got into that closet I could smell that fragrance and it was heavenly! As we used up our towels and linens…the softness and fragrance remained. Nice!

I am really tickled pink (or should I say tickled GREEN) about this new fragrance from Purex Crystals!!! What a great laundry product that is definitely a “pick-me-up” at the grocery store! It is on my shopping list and I will be getting more!

Sweepstakes: To celebrate the release of the New Purex Crystals Fresh Mountain Breeze, Purex is hosting a Sweepstakes! One grand prize winner will receive $500 while 100 second place winners will receive a coupon for a free Purex Crystals Fresh Mountain Breeze! Head on over to their web site to grab the info and to enter today!

Giveaway: One lucky winner is going to win a product coupon to go out to their local store to grab a FREE bottle of the new Purex Crystals in the Fresh Mountain Breeze scent.

CONTEST CLOSED

Giveaway Details: This giveaway is open to residents of the US ONLY age 18 and over. Please read our Terms of Service & Disclaimer Policy before entering. This giveaway will close on February 17th, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST time. No purchase necessary to enter or win.

Disclaimer: Shelly Hill has personally reviewed the product listed above. Shelly has not received any monetary compensation for her review. Shelly did receive a free product to try out so she could evaluate and use it for her review. Her thoughts & opinions in this review are unbiased & honest and your opinions may differ. Two Classy Chics is not responsible for delivery of any giveaway items won from this blog. We are not responsible for injury or mis-use of any products won from the Two Classy Chics Blog. Please read our Terms of Service & Disclaimer Policy before entering our giveaways. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook or Google+ in any way. Thanks!

Comments

  1. Deborah Peck says:

    I put clothes in a laundry basket right next to the washer and detergent.

  2. Buddy Garrett says:

    My best tip is to pretreat stains.

  3. Melanie Montgomery says:

    If a sale is realllly good on detergent I stock up!

  4. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    I buy my products at Cosco they are more affordable that way and I save money

  5. subscribe email: slehandwc at gmail dot com

  6. Melanie Morin says:

    I hang the clothes to dry instead of using a dryer.

  7. Paula Tavernie says:

    I wash in cold water and hang them up outside to dry!

  8. amanda Whitley says:

    my biggest laundry tip is to keep laundry baskets for everyone seperate and just do one person’s at a time to cut down on sorting time

  9. I only do full loads of laundry & I hang them to dry 🙂

  10. Kathy Pease says:

    I try to line dry clothes when the weather is good to save on electricity

  11. I only use cold water to save money

  12. Karen Drake says:

    My best laundry tip is to use a good quality laundry soap and I air dry my delicates.

  13. have 3 baskets for dirty clothes to go in so i dont have to sort later

  14. My number one laundry tip is to have my better half do it! 🙂

  15. I use tennis balls instead of dryer sheets.

  16. I use coupons and buy in quantity when the sale is exceptional.

  17. I use cold water

  18. My tip is to sort clothes as they come in to the laundry room.

  19. Sarah Hall says:

    My time saving idea is to check all your clothes for stains before you put them in the wash so you can pretreat and not have to rewash them.

  20. Brenda Elsner says:

    I air dry all my clothes and use coupons when I am shopping for detergent.

  21. tina reynolds says:

    I do full load and cold water

  22. My #1 saving tip is when the weather is nice line dry your clothes. The dryer costs so much $$$$$

  23. krystal wethington says:

    I use coupons on almost everything to help me save money.

  24. When it comes to laundry – my #1 money-saving tip is to use an effective detergent and fabric softener and not worry about certain name brands. Some of the more economical brands, such as Purex, work just as good if not better!

  25. Christa Lopez says:

    I always use coupons for my laundry supplies!

  26. Lori Walker says:

    I like to start the laundry right before taking a walk – seems to save time for me

  27. Don’t procrastinate in getting the clothes in the dryer and folded and put away. The more you procrastinate, the longer it will take you to get around to it.

  28. I use cold water and do a full load also!
    Thank You

  29. virgil poore says:

    i learned to do it as you get a load that way your not spending all day doing laundry and money saving is to use cold water on all load except white clothes..

  30. Jacqueline W. says:

    I wash everything in cold water which keeps down the cost of electricity. Also, I hang most of the clothes to dry.

  31. Allison Downes says:

    Use cold water.

    Thanks for the nice giveaway!

  32. Just always do a full load.

  33. I always try to make my laundry day in a regular basis to not have less clothes to too much for a load

  34. Dry part way and hang up to dry the rest of the way. Use coupons!

  35. Rhonda Clemens says:

    Cold water, dry clothes on low and then hang up to continue to dry.

  36. shirley hicks says:

    only wash full loads, in cold water and when its warm I dry on the line.

  37. kelly mcgrew says:

    add a dry towel to the clothes in the dryer to make drying time faster.

    and clean the lint trap.

    thanks!

  38. Kathy Luman says:

    I wash everything in cold water.

  39. I actually try to conserve water by wearing a pair of jeans more than once, etc before washing. I also use dryer balls and save not buying drying sheets.

  40. I wash in cold water in full loads. Also, if it’s a nice day outside, I’ll hang dry whenever I can. It saves a lot of my bill not using the dryer constantly!

  41. Happi Shopr says:

    I always wash in cold water and use a dryer bar.

  42. melissaandkeith miller says:

    cold water and always do full loads

  43. I have different baskets for laundry separating the whites, towels, work clothes etc. And I make the family USE them so that when I do laundry all of it is already separated.

  44. I use wool dryer balls. They are a great energy saver and really reduce static cling.

  45. I wash in cold water and do full loads to save time and water

  46. krista grandstaff says:

    I commented on the GE reveal post on facebook 🙂

  47. krista grandstaff says:

    I only wash in cold water – if I need to pretreat a stain, I do, and then let the entire load soak – I never have to rewash anything. I also add a few tablespoons of borax to my whites, it makes them so much brighter!

  48. Rebecca Peters says:

    Making your own laundry soap saves money

  49. I make sure I do full loads and I make sure I use pre treaters and stain removers so I only have to wash the load once.

  50. Rebecca Williams says:

    I use coupons on laundry soap.

  51. I look for the laundry soap is on sale and use coupons

  52. dan williams says:

    use a dry towel in the dryer to cut drying time

  53. Cynthia Conley says:

    I wash full loads in cold water.

  54. Linda Lansford says:

    One time saving measure is to use towels more than once

  55. julie matek says:

    I wait until the load is full and I also use coupons and stock up when I find a good deal:)

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

  56. Brittney House says:

    We always use cold water to wash clothes.

  57. I always choose cold water for my laundry. I also make sure I only wash a full load

  58. Joanne Gregory says:

    Commented on the Dream Skin Beauty Pillowcase fb post.

  59. Our energy saving is that we only have the cold water hooked up to our washer so thats all we can use.

  60. Christie Kammerer says:

    always use coupons if at all possible stock up when on sale.

  61. Dana Rodriguez says:

    I do laundry twice a week and use cold water most of the time.

  62. Liked and commented on the Favorite Super Bowl Ads post.

  63. Susan Christy says:

    I wash everything in cold water and wait until have a full load.

  64. steve weber says:

    Pre-treat any tough stains.

  65. Christy Garrett @ Uplifting Families says:

    We strictly use cold water in our house unless I need to disinfect something in hot water. I also use coupons as much as I can to get cheap laundry products.

  66. Kathleen S. says:

    I hang my clothes outside in the three seasons that aren’t winter.. 🙂 Thank you!

  67. Jennifer T. says:

    My money saving tip is to try to run the washer with full loads.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

  68. Cheryl F. says:

    Learn to use cold water. It cleans as well and costs less.

  69. My best tip is to use Purex because it eliminates the task of having to add softeners, bleach etc.

  70. sandra davis says:

    i keep the clothes separated before washing so i do not have to spend all that time separating colors and whites. when its time, i can just put them in the washer.

  71. Cori Westphal says:

    The best thing I can say about laundry is to use quality detergents. If you use the good stuff, you get good results. If you use the cheap stuff, you spend more time pretreating!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  72. Cheryl B. says:

    When the weather allows. I hang my clothes outside to dry.

  73. rebecca day says:

    i always wait till the laundry soap is on sale and use coupons

  74. Dawn Ganey says:

    I wash full loads, & use a high efficiency washer that uses 66% less water & electricity.

  75. Hang my clothes to dry! It saves money!

  76. Pretreat as soon as a stain happens

  77. Kim Pinch says:

    Use cold water.

  78. My tip is to do laundry only when you have full loads, and to wash in cold water.
    Thank you!

  79. Joanne Gregory says:

    I take hubby’s shirts out of the dryer before they are completely dry and hang them on hangers. This way I almost never have to iron them.

  80. Always use cold water.
    Thanks for the contest.

  81. My number one money saving tip when it comes to laundry is to watch for sales when it comes to laundry products and use coupons when you can. I also do laundry so it does not build up that I find does save time in the long run.

  82. cheryli s says:

    try to soak stains immediately

  83. nannypanpan says:

    when I fold laundry I put it into baskets based on level of the house so its easier to put away

  84. Julie Smith says:

    A time saver AND a money saver (because it keeps you from having to wash clothes AGAIN just to get the stains out) – do NOT overload the washer – make certain there’s plenty of room for the clothes to move around to get their cleanest! Thanks for the chance to win!

  85. rochelle haynes says:

    I commented on the meat and fish post giveaway.

  86. rochelle haynes says:

    Useing coupons help me a lot

  87. For smaller loads of laundry, I’ll use the liquid detergent and measure how much I’ll actually need. For larger loads, that’s when I’ll use one of those toss in tablets.

  88. Sherry Compton says:

    I commented on your FB post Looking to fill up your freezer with some gourmet meats?
    FB name: Stephanie Compton

  89. Sherry Compton says:

    I watch for sales on laundry detergents. Often target will have theirs buy 2 or 3 get a gift card. I stack this with one of their coupons and a manufacturer’s coupon to save money.

  90. I do each family members clothes on different days so I don’t have to sort them and take them to one room.

  91. Donna Cheatle says:

    I liked and commented on the post about the review for these Purex Crystals!

  92. Donna Cheatle says:

    Making your own laundry detergent is a huge money saver!

  93. friederike graedener says:

    I liked and commented on the Facebook post about February beauty and fashion event.

  94. friederike graedener says:

    When drying a large load such as comfortors, it speeds up the drying time if you add a dry towel to the dryer load. Also, I do my laundry after 9 because our electrocity is cheaper then.

  95. jennifer harriman says:

    Well, I just started making my own laundry detergent and I love it! So far seems to be a money saver