Monday, August 12, 2013

Purex FELS-NAPTHA Review & Giveaway




I am a Purex Insider and I always enjoy trying the new products that they send to me.  This time we are trying a laundry bar and stain remover called FELS-NAPTHA.  While Fels-Naptha has been around and removing stains since 1894, this is my first time to try it.


At first I was hesitant to sign up for this promotion because I have never used a laundry bar before but then I thought, what a great way to try something really new!  I can give Fels-Naptha a try for FREE and then I can make an educated decision on whether or not this product is for me.

I used my bar of Purex Fels-Naptha as a pre-wash stain treatment on my husband's uniforms first and I plan on using it on my son's football uniform later this football season.  I was pleasantly surprised by the Purex Laundry Bar.  Not only is it easy to use but it works well too.  To use, Fels-Naptha you simply rub it on the stain that you wish to remove and then you wash your clothes as you normally would.  It works well on removing grease, dirt, and ring around the collar stains.  It is even safe on colors too!

To help celebrate 120 years, Purex Fels-Naptha is hosting a 120 Years, 120 Winners Sweepstakes.  This sweepstakes will have 1 grand prize winner who will receive $500 and 119 second prize winners will receive a coupon for a FREE bar of  Fels-Naptha.  You may enter this sweepstakes 1 time per person, per day up until August the 28th.  Good Luck! 


Giveaway Time:  For your chance to try Fels-Naptha please fill out this rafflecopter form.  One of my readers will be sent a coupon for a FREE product.

a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclosure:  Purex has sent me a FREE sample of Fels-Naptha to try so that I may provide an honest review of their product.  All opinions are my own.   

11 comments:

Katie said...

no i haven't but it's intruiging

Claudia N said...

I use fels Naptha to make my own laundry detergent, Thank you for the chance to win!

clc408 said...

I used to keep a bar to wash the kids' skin when they came in contact with poison ivy. It seemed to help.

Rodney Jackson said...

nobut I use tide stain stick for food stains. I use hairspray for ink. I also use hydrogen peroxide for blood or protein stains.

Stephanie Larison said...

No I've never used anything like this before.

Breanne said...

No I haven't

Jennifer Reed said...

I have used a laundry bar before and it works great.

cpullum said...

No I haven't

Nicole C. said...

Yes, i use it in my homemade laundry detergent!

Tricia316 said...

I have never used a laundry bar before.
Tricia
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mtbears819 said...

no, have no tried this before-Dorothy deakyne