Purex No Sort Detergent Review

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Whites go in this pile…darks go in this pile…here’s a load of lights…now what am I going to do with these couple of red items?? Have you ever found yourself just not wanting to deal with sorting your laundry? I seriously am not one for sorting clothes by color when they are dirty; I mean, I try, but I never know what to do when I don’t have enough for a load but I need the items washed anyway. This has resulted in a few items looking a bit dingy because of color bleeding accidents in the wash. Purex has a super awesome solution, their NEW Purex No Sort Detergent for Colors! Get ready to stop sorting!

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What I Love

I love that Purex No Sort for Colors Detergent prevents color bleeding! This means no sorting your loads of laundry before you toss them in the wash saving you both time and money! This detergent contains a breakthrough Anti-Color-Transfer Technology that acts as a dye transfer inhibitor. Now, this does not mean that it is magical. Purex recommends that you still pre-wash strongly colored fabrics or new clothing (especially jeans) at least 5 times before washing in a load with other colors.

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While your regular detergent will allow dyes to leak into the water and onto the other clothing in your wash load, Purex No Sort actually traps the loose dyes not letting them settle on the other fabrics in the load. This helps to prevent color bleeding and keep your colors bright–no more blue and red stains (too many of our clothing items have died victims of bleeding dye.)

I love that the loads we used Purex No Sort detergent on, full of whites, lights, darks, blues, and reds, came out without any stains. I slightly expected to see little droplets of dye stuck to the bottom of the washing machine, but everything was as clean as could be!
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Once again, this detergent is a little too strong for my allergies. I can only handle very small amounts, so my husband mainly uses this for his work clothing and a couple bright items here and there. I did find one way to make this work a little better for me (see the tip below!) 

Overall, this detergent is a high quality product just like the rest of Purex brand products. If you are sick of sorting and ready to save yourself some time, clothing, (and money,) give Purex No Sort for Colors detergent a try.

ENTER HERE for a chance to win $1,000 and a year’s supply of Purex detergent! PLUS 100 second place winners will receive a free bottle of Purex No Sort for Colors Detergent.

Bonus Tip: Detergent a little too strong for you? Have a specialty detergent you want to stretch a little bit? I mixed half the recommended amount of Purex No Sort for Colors detergent with half the recommended amount Purex Free & Clear detergent and it worked well! While my solution may not have full-force color bleed protection, it still helped a little in preventing color leakage, stretched the detergent a little longer, and did not bother my allergies nearly as much as an undiluted cap of Purex No Sort. Why limit detergent mixing to just No Sort? My mom mixes the Free & Clear detergent with the Purex with Crystals detergent all the time and I have mixed it with Purex Natural Elements and Purex Mountain Breeze!

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-Have you lost any laundry to dye transfer? Would no sorting laundry make your life easier?

Did You Know? Adding one blue article of clothing to your load of whites will actually help your whites look brighter! This is the reason most detergents you purchase are dyed blue. The concept applies in other areas as well such as wearing blue-tinted lip color (or I used to use blue-tinged blueberry kids’ lipgloss over my lipstick) to make your teeth look whiter!

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51 Comments

  1. Yes I’ve had the dreaded color transfer problem with washing colors with lights. Thanks fur the chance to WIN!

  2. I haven’t ONLY because I sort everything by color. So annoying and takes FOREVER. This product looks like such a time save

    • I gave up on sorting a long time ago–bad idea because I have a lot of color leakage. This product is great, even though I have to use half the amount with the Free & Clear!

  3. Yes id love to give this detergent a try!

  4. Yes, we have had colors bleed on the laundry.

  5. Oh yes, I sure have. I love my husband and the fact that he helps but I’ve had lots of pinkish former white things.

    • Haha same here but with blues. Honestly though, I can’t complain because I don’t usually remember to do the laundry, he does.

  6. I have lost laundry over dye transfer. as a matter of fact i just did this week. lost my favorite pair of white socks ugh

    • I had a few color leak problems just before I tried out the Purex No Sort too. If you decide to try this out, let me know what you think and be sure to use the coupon above!

  7. I have lost clothes because the colors run. I would love to see this soap in action πŸ™‚

  8. I never try it before, but my husband does it all the time and ruin my clothes.

    • Aw at least he tries to help. If you decide to try the detergent, you can get it pretty cheap at Walmart with the coupon above!

  9. I live alone and do all my laundry at the laundromat so I never have enough clothes to make a whole load of separated colours! Most have all been washed together enough that they’re vaguely grey! I usually use Purex because it’s affordable and works well and so this sounds perfect!

    • You should definitely try this detergent! We have tons of certain colors with a few brighter colors mixed in so we rarely have specific loads and I don’t like letting the laundry sit until I have a full load so this works great. If you try this, be sure to use the coupon above to get it cheap and let me know what you think!

  10. no but i have had a new pants fade

  11. Constance N. Smith

    I’ve not had color issues, but the few times my husband has done the laundry – we have!!!

    • My husband usually does the laundry. I’ve never told him to sort it and I don’t bother so we have some grayish looking clothes!

  12. I’ve had some white’s turn pinkish! Grr!

  13. I dyed my boyfriends tshirts pink!

  14. I have lost clothes due to color bleeding, mostly my husbands socks because he dont like to wear pink socks!

  15. Yep, I’ve had the color transfer issue by washing colors with lights on accident.

  16. YES! Thankfully not recently though!

  17. yes I have, especially when my husband or kids think they are helping by throwing stuff in the washing machine that I don’t catch until taking clothes out of the dryer and find that red sock made it past me.

    • Oh no! My husband usually does the wash and he does pretty well but sometimes things sneak in and leak. My 3-year-old likes to help out too haha. Try out Purex No Sort and let me know what you think of it!

  18. yep. i’ve had to toss a few pink socks before

    • Well, you were one of my winners so try out the detergent and let me know if it helps!! πŸ™‚ I’ve lost some to color bleeding too.

  19. I have lots of pink underwear that belongs to hubby. He refuses to wear it when I mess up the laundry

  20. Yes! From towels and jeans

  21. Just recently I washed a load of light colored clothing and there was a light shirt in there that had black crocheted trim around the neck and shoulders. It bled onto almost every single thing in the load and ruined them. πŸ™

  22. yes ive had new towels bleed into light color clothes.

  23. Congratulatons Natalie and Jennifer.

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