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Purex Crystals Limited Edition Fabulously Fresh~Review & Giveaway!

I am part of the Purex Insiders and the Purex Brand provided me with a sample of Purex Crystals Limited Edition Fabulously Fresh in exchange for a product review.  However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.

Now when I recieved this bottle of Purex Crystals I was concerned with the size of the crystals, but the product smells excellent.  I loved the scent and couldn't wait to try it!

I had to wait a few days since I do laundry on the weekend, so after 4 days of waiting the weekend was here.  I've never been this excited to do laundry....LOL!!  Down I went and started the water going.  I added my detergent first, then poured a capful of the Purex Crystals and poured it in the washer.

I waited for it to mix well with the water, then I added my clothing.  After the wash was over, my clothes smelled amazing!!!  No stains, no lingering crystals or residue.....just clean clothing that smelled Fabulously Fresh!!
I put everything in the dryer, and I don't use dryer sheets so I was hoping the clothes would still smell like they did now.  Once all was completely dry, the scent was really nice.  It wasn't overpowering, it was a nice clean, fresh scent.  I love this product - still have 1/2 a bottle - and will buy another one once mine is done!!


Now.....would you like one???  All you have to do is 'LIKE' my Facebook page and comment below. Let me know what household chore you'd like to see disappear and if you'd like to win a coupon for a FREE bottle of Purex Crystals Limited Edition Fabulously Fresh!!

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