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Laundry Should Not Be Messy Business!
Although we are only a family of 4, we seem to go through laundry like it is going out of style. Between my hubbies stinky workout clothes to the boys food stained shirts, it is never ending. I am always trying to figure out a way to get this unwanted task completed, and it seems like every time I think I have a handle on it, another basket full of dirty clothes pops up!
Bleach has always been my enemy, a majority of my favorite clothes are dark, so the thought of bleach splattering up and leaving a spot (or many) has always been a fear. My laundry process would always be darks washed first, then change out of my good clothes to wash whites… You know what that causes? MORE LAUNDRY!
I am always trying to simplify the process, but have never figured out the secret to having the mythical empty laundry basket. That is until I found some great new products while I was at my local Walmart that will fix all of my white nightmares! No more spills or splatters, no more dark clothes with specs of white stains… No more liquid bleach needed!
With the new Clorox® Bleach Packs™ and Clorox® Bleach Crystals™ I no longer have to worry about ruining my clothes that I have on or wear a full space suit to protect them.
See that image above? I poured some of the Clorox® Bleach Crystals™ onto a black shirt…. A BLACK SHIRT! I would never even place liquid bleach in the same room as a black shirt! They are water activated so there was no worry! I can use it to spot bleach some of my hubby’s hard to clean workout clothes without worrying about the print on the shirt.
The Clorox® Bleach Packs™ are perfect because there is no measuring and no spills, so I can just toss them in the washing machine and not have to worry! They have all of the whiting power of traditional liquid Clorox, but are so much easier to use.
Want to learn some more tricks and tips to make laundry less messy? Head over HERE to check them out!
How do you handle laundry? As needed or one designated laundry day?