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Super Boy has taken up residence in our home this week. With hugs for his family, and blankets for the cold, Super Boy loves taking care of his family. But every super hero has his weakness.
While Super Boy is great at cheering the sad, and cleaning up toys, some monsters are beyond his realm. Purex Fels-Naptha came to Super Boy’s rescue when he was attacked by the evil juice monster.
While Super Boy has been fighting crime since 2012, Purex Laundry Bar and Stain Remover has been fighting stains since 1894. That’s over 100 years of expertise!
We were pretty impressed with this stain treatment. We tried it first on some old stains with not much of a difference. However, when we tried it on a fresh stain, even one as tough as juice, the result was amazing. All you have to do is rub the wet stain with some Purex Fels-Naptha laundry bar, and an almost immediate dulling occurred. After running it through the wash, there was no sign of our evil stain left.
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Your super boy is awesome… now if only you could really have him do laundry!
oh wouldn't that be nice!
Oh how fun! I just got the bar too to try and looks like you had more fun with it, ha! I'm going to try mine on a neat little blanket we found in a car we bought and it is all stained up 🙁
Awe, I hate blanket stains! I hope it works for you. I think with older and tougher stains you may need to treat it a couple times before it really comes out. You'll have to let me know how it works.
I would love to try this! Also, I've been meaning to try a homemade laundry detergent that uses this.
Got two bars in the garage "drying out" so I can grate them and use them in my homemade soap!
I use it all the time!! I make laundry soap with it too!!! 🙂 would love to win it
I want to try making my own soap with that stuff. I would love to win! 🙂
This would be fun to win since I just used up the last of my homemade laundry soap.
I also make my own dry detergent. I use the Fels Naptha soap. Instead of gtirang it, I put it in the microwave on a paper plate for about 2 minutes or until it fluffs up like cotton candy. Let completely cool and it will smash into a powder that won’t stick to your clothes.