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Thursday, May 8, 2014

Purex Crystals Dryer Sheets **GiveAway**

Fresh-from-the-dryer laundry. The best, right? Nothing beats getting out of the shower and using a soft fresh smelling towel or climbing into bed and snuggling up with a super comfy clean-smelling quilt.


I was super happy with the Purex Crystals for the washer that I reviewed recently, so I was quite excited when I got an opportunity to review Purex Crystals Dryer Sheets.


The sheets are super scented when in the box. My son brought the package from the mail to me and I couldn't figure out why he smelled as flowery as he did - not the norm for a 12 year old boy. Come to find out, it wasn't him at all, but the dryer sheets!


The dryer sheets are used one to a load, in the dryer. I was a little nervous about the strong scent but  that wasn't necessary. The sheets left the laundry very fresh, soft, and static cling free, without a super flowery scent.


These sheets aren't just for the dryer! We have found many other uses for them; they're great under the sheets and in the linens bins in the camper, keeping the whole camper smelling nice and fresh, and a welcome addition to the kids clothing drawers and in their closets near their shoes.

You can try these Purex Crystals Dryer Sheets out yourself by winning two free boxes of them! Enter below to win two free boxes of dryer sheets. Come back every day to enter and increase your chances.

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The Purex brand provided me with a smaple of Purex Crystals Dryer Sheets in exchange for a product review. However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.

6 comments:

  1. I use Renuzit cones to keep our home smelling fresh.

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  2. We keep the windows open when it's warm and keep our house clean!

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  3. I keep the windows open and I also use Scentsy bars.

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  4. I use Febreeze and try to air it out.

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  5. I use scentsy to keep my house smelling nice.

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  6. I try to open the windows whenever possible to let in fresh air when the weather is nice.

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