Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. This one’s for me, and all those who want to stop sorting laundry!
You think little girls are cleaner than little boys, do you? Little girls wear their pretty pink clothes, and stay pristine all day long. HA! Not in this house. First, my daughter loves to get into everything. She’s out there digging up worms, and making the slide in our yard into a water slide. Second, I encourage all that pink clothing to get filthy, in hopes it’ll be destroyed and I’ll have to throw it out. Totally hate the color pink! I’ve always hated it, but now I really hate it because of the laundry I’m constantly doing!
Pink’s a color that causes a lot of color bleeding accidents if you happen to find your laundry wasn’t properly sorted. If there’s a bit of white in with the pink, you’ve got yourself a “situation.” It’s infuriating having to sort laundry from my daughter’s wardrobe, so that it doesn’t turn my son’s totally pink. I just want #LaundrySimplified – is that too much to ask?
Every time the laundry builds up, I’m stuck sorting it out. It’s not just sorting things by “wash in cold,” and “wash in warm.” Every label says “wash with like colors.” Why can’t laundry detergents out there be more sophisticated, so I can just dump all of this mess into one load and walk away.
I’m going to be honest with all of you out there. After years of sorting by temperature, and then by colors, I stopped sorting by temperature and just washed everything in cold. SHHHHH. Don’t tell the clothing manufacturers. I’m not sure if I’ll go to jail for that kind of defiance. I just couldn’t take it anymore. Sorting sucks, and then doing 15 different loads of laundry based on water temperature and then “like colors.” Who has time for that nonsense? Once I was down to sorting to prevent color bleeding, I felt like a free woman.
The feeling of freedom? It didn’t last long. Mama needed a breakthrough Anti-Color-Transfer Technology kind of detergent. A detergent that traps loose dyes, and brings my sorting down to almost nothing. Yes, I’d still have to wash new clothes separately, jeans, too, and probably all the red stuff by itself. However, once the new stuff was washed at least 4 to 5 times, FREEDOM to add it to the big, unsorted pile of never-ending laundry! Sweet!
Stop sorting laundry
“The Rules Have Changed” was calling to me. I heard it in my sleep. I knew at least one company out there loved me, and my sanity enough to create a simpler way to do laundry. Where could Mama go to find this beautiful dream come true? Walmart, of course. It’s the land of inexpensive laundry options, and where they have the one and only Purex® No Sort™. Less loads of laundry, means more time for me, and less money out of my pocket! SCORING on so many levels!
Oh yes. For just a mere $3.97 at my local Walmart, salvation is mine. I’ve taken back my time. Sorting laundry is no longer my time sucker. How I spend my time these days is much more relaxing for me……
Stop sorting laundry, it takes up way too much time!!!! Besides, you’ve got to make sure you’re following Purex® everywhere on social sites. You’ve got Purex® on Twitter, Purex® on Facebook, Purex® on YouTube and of course, Purex® on Pinterest. Go, now, there’s less laundry to do, and lots of information to read up on! Perhaps a few deals, and specials, and announcements being shared on those social sites. Scat, I’ve got laundry to not sort.