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Time for a Giveaway!!!

I do laundery every day.  Every.Single.Day.  So when Purex contacted me to see if I wanted to try their new detergent, Purex Complete with Zout, I said of course!

Now, along with the bottle of detergent, there was a fact sheet explaining what a great stain remover it is as well.  Last night, that stain removing action was put to the test:

We took the kids to IHOP for dinner.  Colin wanted strawberries with his pancakes, so I asked for some on the side.  Now these are the yummy strawberries covered in a thick red (sugary) sauce.  And Colin was wearing his favorite Toy Story shirt, which is yellow.  By the time we left the restaurant, it had shades of strawberry red all over the sleeves and collar.  I was so upset because I assumed the stains would be there forever.

After getting home, getting the kids ready for bed, getting the kids to finally fall asleep (all in all, a two hour process), I was able to put the shirt in the wash, and I added some of my Purex Complete with Zout detergent.

30 minutes later when I went to check the washing machine, I was so happy to find that all the stains were gone.  Completely gone! 

Purex is offering two Embracing Chaos readers a coupon for a free bottle of Purex Complete with Zout.

To enter the giveaway: (Please leave a separate comment for each entry. You must leave your email address in your comment or have an email address that's visible in your profile).

  • Become a follower of Embracing Chaos or let me know that you already follow.
  • Blog/facebook/tweet about this giveaway and then let me know!
It's that simple!

The deadline to enter is Sunday, April 17 at noon (CT).  Good luck!


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New GFC follower under Angie K.
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gfc follower!
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Shared giveaway on FB!
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I follow via GFC mindy25414

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