Fels-Naptha® has been cleaning laundry stains since 1894. Enter to Win a bar and see for yourself

We were cottage camping the past two weeks and I have been doing loads of laundry since then. Between towels, sheets, and my husband's clothing that spent some serious time working on buildings, and cottages, I spent some time looking for ways to boost my laundry detergent.

After the car was unpacked, I unpacked the mail and packages. I was happy to find Fels-Naptha® in the package pile. Like really happy. I put it to use on the spot and spots!



 


What I like about Fels-Naptha® Laundry Bar and Stain Remover:
It's been around since 1894
Made in USA
Has a nice fragrance
Easy to use
Easy to store
Easy to carry home from the store, no heavy bottle
Stain Treatment
Stain Remover
Safe to use on colored clothing
Use on grease and oil stains
Use it on ring around the collar stains
No spray, no over spray
Rub the laundry bar right on the stain
Add Fels-Naptha shaving to your laundry load to boost your laundry soap cleaning power
Grate  1/16 of Fels-Naptha®  Laundry Bar and add it to the beginning of the wash cycle
want to know more about Fels-Naptha? go to: http://www.purex.com/products/laundry-enhancers/fels-naptha




closed/Giveaway: Got stains? Leave a comment on this post telling me you laundry woes for a chance to win one of three coupons good for a FREE Bar of Fels-Naptha® laundry Bar.



Three comments will be chosen by random.org. Each winner will be sent one coupon. Comments close on August 19, 2012 at 12 midnight EST. Open to residents of contiguous USA. Please leave your email in your comment so I can contact you if you win.

Here is another chance to win! Enter the 120 Years, 120 Winners Sweepstakes
One lucky winner will win the $500 grand prize and 119 second place winners will receive a coupon for a free bar of Purex® Fels-Naptha Laundry bar. The sweepstakes runs July 31, 2013 through August 28, 2013. To enter head over to Purex




Disclosure: Purex ® provided a sample of Purex® Fels-Naptha Laundry Bar for this product review. The comments, views, and laundry are my own.


 

26 comments:

  1. wow this looks like a great way to clean, I would love to try it. suelee1998 @gmail.com

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    1. I've been using the laundry bar all day on the piles of wash I have. It's so easy to use and works great.

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    2. congratulations to Susan S! you won a free bar of Fels Naptha laundry bar!

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  2. My laundry woes are makeup, grease and food stains on synthetic fabrics. Thank goodness for Fels-Naptha.

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    1. same here! my girls get make up on their shirts, and I seem to have the spilled tea on my clothing. glad to have a stain remover.

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  3. We love Fels Naptha - but for poison ivy prevention!!!!!!
    I have all sorts of laundry woes...I am just pitiful at laundry.

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    1. oh that is interesting, do you use it to get the oil off the clothes?

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  4. We love Fels Naptha - but for poison ivy prevention!!!!!!
    I have all sorts of laundry woes...I am just pitiful at laundry.

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  5. I love Fels Naptha simple bar design and I've never actually used it for stains....I know I should! We also use it for poison ivy treatment! It helps dry out any poison ivy breakouts without irritating our skin. If it can be sensitive for my kids and our skin, I'd love to try it out on our stains!

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    1. thanks for sharing about the posion ivy, I did not know that tip! awesome!!!

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    1. congratulations to Kim Wardell, you won a free bar of Fels Naptha!

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  7. Thanks for the tip on grating some of the bar right before starting the laundry. I will have to try that =)

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    1. it worked good. I use cold water all the time, but I think in warm it would dissolve better, but it washed out the next load. I used a knife to shave some off, but I think a grater would be better to get the smaller shavings to dissolve better.

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  8. My laundry woes are the mystery stains my kids come home from camp with that don't want to leave!

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    1. ha, I know what you mean. I found a white shirt with a stain, after it went through the dryer. almost out. a few rubs of the laundry bar are working.

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    2. congratulations to Mommy Entourage! you won a bar of Fels Naptha Laundry bar!

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  9. My woes would be babies. Every meal = a new stain. And with sensitive skin, I just can't seem to find a way to get the stains out! ugh.

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    1. my oldest daughter just request sensitive skin detergent. as she gets older she seems to have more skin sensitivities. too many fragrances in the soap. seems the natural good foods leave the worst stains!

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  10. I use this soap in my laundry mix. I found a recipe online for mixing my own detergent and have been using it every since. Fels Naptha is great for removing stains.

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    1. I am really liking the laundry bar for stains. It is so easy to use and not bulky bottle to lug around. I bet the recipe is better than the store bought stuff too.

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  11. I use fels Naptha to make my own laundry detergent, I like how fels Naptha cleans well and the clean scent. Thank you for the chance to win!

    dealsfan32 at gmail dot com

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    1. I like the scent also. I've heard of a few people making their own laundry detergent. I think I'll have to look up a recipe and try it!

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  12. I am forever fighting coffee stains, spaghetti sauce stains, oil splatters from cooking and grass stains from sports - one stain I would especially love to be able to conquer are underarm stains on my husband's white T shirts. Would love to give this a try! Thanks for the chance :)
    Kelly @delcodealdiva.com

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    1. I am going to try it on my husbands collars of shirts. My teens have the underarm stains from school sports. great idea to rub the bar on the stains!

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