That pretty well sums up my experience with this new detergent, Purex PowerShot Liquid.. Well, that and it's super easy to use with a perfect measure every time and no spilling, it has a nice, not girly, "Mountain Breeze" scent that lasts, and it gets clothes clean.
The key to this brand new, hitting the market in February, Purex detergent is the PowerShot feature.
Flip the bottle upside down,
right it and see the detergent in the holder at the top,
open the cap,
and pour into the washer.
The detergent stop pouring after one full dose, even if you don't right the bottle immediately. Once you've used it once the dose container will refill automatically and will be ready to go next use.
Fool proof laundry dispensing with easy, no-guesswork measuring and no spills.
If your load is large or extra dirty give it two flips.
For spot and stain removal you can open the cap and slowly pour the detergent directly onto stains.
I've been asked at what age my kids start doing laundry. To answer: all my kids are very capable of sorting laundry, and all but River load the washer and run the dryer (because River can't reach the knobs). They start running the dryer at about age 8 and the washer around age 10.
River and I are the folders. River is the towel folder, he began with small dish clothes a few years ago, when he was 3 or so, and has worked his way up to bath towels, with some shorts, socks, and tees thrown in on occasion.
Ironing is also a task they all learn as they get a little older. The teenagers do all their own ironing, especially the ones with retail jobs. Most of them started by ironing neckties and bow ties and worked up to shirts and pants as their need arose.
So ... now you know.
Congratulations to Rochelle and Kathe, the winners of this wonderful giveaway.
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The Purex brand provided me with a sample of Purex PowerShot detergent in exchange for a product review. However, all the opinions expressed here are my own.